Battery compatibility and keeping 3.1.3 OS on older device.I actually have 2 questions. First, according to ifixit, both the 2nd and 3rd gen Touches can take the same battery. I have t...
What/where is the immersion indicator?How do I tell if an iPod Nano might have water damage? I've read about the indicator but don't know exactly where to look for...
Using electronic cleaning wipes.Some people have recommended using rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab to clean corrosion off the logic board and other parts o...
Answer to: Why wont my iPod Touch respond to touch?Check your connections again. Most likely you either didn't connect something thoroughly or a connection came loose in the process of disassembling and reassembling your iPod.
Answer to: Can u upgrade a 6GB iPod touchI'm not sure what you're asking, but I'll give an answer. You can upgrade the operating system of a Touch via iTunes. You cannot upgrade any of the hardware. If you want a more powerful Touch, you have to buy it.
Answer to: Where is the memory of the iPod touch?An iPod touch isn't like a regular computer. You can't easily remove the flash drive and memory from a Touch logic board and replace/upgrade them. If you want more power, you have to get a better Touch. If your logic board is fried, you need to order a replacement board.
Answer to: How do I open my iPod nano?First you need to identify which generation/model of iPod you own. Then you can look for the tear down for your model at this site. Here is the basic link for getting to the repair guides for each of the models. iPod Nano Repair
Answer to: I can't turn it on and it won't chargeYou need to give a lot more information than is in your question. Have you dropped your iPod? Has it been exposed to water? What generation is it and how long have you owned it? Your problem could be a dead battery, loose connections, water damage.
Answer to: Why cant I sync music onto my I podDo you have iTunes loaded? You'll need to do a "restore to factory settings" in iTunes. This will erase all the settings the previous owner used, then you can customize the iPod with your music, photos, etc. Here is the direct link for downloading iTunes to your main computer: http://www.apple.com/itunes/ Good luck!
Answer to: Really odd quirks...what's wrong with it?I also am a newbie to working on the iPods and have taken apart a couple of them. It sounds like this might be a logic board problem, your Nano may have water damage. The only way to find out about this is to disassemble the iPod and look for corrosion. If there is corrosion, it could be shorting out the logic board. Cleaning tips are available throughout these forums. However, the battery must be fully discharged or be disconnected before using any sort of cleaner! The gen 5 iPods are a pain to disassemble, they have many small parts. Work slowly and carefully. Good luck!
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