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Matthew Johnson 1
Asked Mar 20 2012
I would like to use my old nano again (my classic was dropped in a puddle and lost for a few months in the snow) but 2gb is not nearly enough. Are there any larger hard drives out there that will fit?
oldturkey03 ( Oct 18 )
even tough you can with the EXACT memory used, the recall and battery safety issue is more important then a memory add-on, you don't want it to explode in your pocket
Mar 21 2012
and you need to be able to solder WELL
Answered Mar 20 2012
This iPod is recalled, get it replaced
If it was not, you could not unless you could solder well and get the exact memory for it
it's not a fiesable project, with the recall, get the iPod replaced with the link
nick ( Mar 20 2012 )
Matthew Johnson,it is not possible. The Nano does not use hard drive. It stores all the information to a NAND memory IC that is an integrated part of the logic board.
Answered Mar 21 2012
I had a 2gig 1st gen. Nano and got an 8 gig unit in the bad batt exchange program.
While I prefer the shape & size of the older Nano, it's nice getting 6gigs more storage for free!