iPod Touch Gen 2 Replacement Battery

 
 
 
 

iPod Touch Gen 2 Replacement Battery

$15.95

$15.95

Product Details

Features

Features

Batteries, constructed like miniature prisons, cram unstable individuals into tiny, cramped, windowless cells. Bent on escaping, these frantic characters get out to exploit anything and everything in their path, only to find themselves eventually returning to the very cells from which they escaped. Restore your iPod Touch Gen 2 to perfectly-maniacal working order with our replacement battery.

Installation requires soldering of battery to logic board.

Fix Kit Contents:

  • New 800 mAh Replacement Battery
  • Small Phillips #00 Screwdriver
  • Plastic Opening Tool
  • Spudger

Additional Required Tools:

 

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My Problem

I went through the normal plug-in for my Ipod, and nothing. I found your site and bought a replacement battery. Installation was as easy as following the directions and looking at the photos. I didn't unplug the touch screen as advised, but had no problem bringing my Ipod back to life. It was like C . . .

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My Problem

After charging overnight my battery would go to red line in a few hours.

My Fix

The repair went very smoothly. The hardest part was getting the ipod apart. The 7 Philips screws were difficult. Of the 7, 5 came out ok, but 2 had head damaged by the time I was done.... but there was enough left to reassemb . . .

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My Problem

Battery was not holding charge

My Fix

Opening case hardest part ... takes a while of prying (to the point you might not think it will ever come apart).

One of the opening tools broke doing it ... I then resorted to using guitar picks to hold case open in one spot as I pry'ed in another ... eventually it . . .

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My Problem

The battery was dead, and we didn't want to buy a new IPod Touch just cause of that...

My Fix

It was perfect! The only "difficult" part was the soldering. But it was pretty easy in fact. No worries about that!

My Advice

Just do it! It's much more cheaper than buying a new IPod Touch, and if you really can't do that, t . . .

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My Problem

Wife's 32G IPod Gen 2 died...dead battery. Earlier, I'd used an IFIXIT kit to replace a battery in a IPhone 4 and decided to tackle another Apple product.

My Fix

Repair went perfectly. The hardest step was the initial removing of the screen from the case. (I did find that very careful use of an Xacto knife . . .

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My Problem

The iPods were eating battery juice a lot quicker than when they were new.

My Fix

On the first iPod, I tore the flex circuit to the front panel. I was having trouble locating the clips, so that may have been a factor. On the second iPod I made a full-scale guide for finding the clips and used a number 17 ch . . .

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My Problem

Wife's 32G IPod Gen 2 died...dead battery. Earlier, I'd used an IFIXIT kit to replace a battery in a IPhone 4 and decided to tackle another Apple product.

My Fix

Repair went perfectly. The hardest step was the initial removing of the screen from the case. (I did find that very careful use of an Xacto knife . . .