iPod Touch Gen 4 Display Assembly

$39.95

Product code: IF146-000

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iPod Touch Gen 4 Display Assembly

$39.95

Product code: IF146-000

Product Overview

Everything you need to fix your iPod Touch's cracked screen, except for a heat gun or hair dryer.

  • A brand-new replacement screen, hand inspected by an iFixit tech.
  • The LCD and front panel glass are fused together and must be replaced as a single part to fix a broken screen.
  • Includes display assembly and adhesive strips necessary for installation.
  • You'll need to use a heat gun or a hair dryer for loosening the adhesive.

Kit contents:

Compatibility

Identify your iPod

  • All 4th Gen iPod Touch models

Product Details

$39.95 Fix Kit / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Includes all the tools needed for the repair.

$39.95 Fix Kit / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Includes all the tools needed for the repair.

$34.95 Part Only / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools.

$34.95 Part Only / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools.

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Compatibility

iPod Touch 4th Generation
32 GB
64 GB
8 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

Someone had dropped this poor iPod many times, the screen was so broken you could actually see into the guts of the machine, amazingly it still worked.

My Fix

Given the difficulty in replacing the screen under normal circumstances replacing the shattered mess was very challenging. The new screen works great but the included iPod tool took a beating on the initial separation.

My Advice

Patience, lots of patience. Also an X-acto knife and goo-gone solution to remove leftover adhesive is a must.

My Problem

I was pretty sure I could do it and I didnt want to pay all that money to someone else to do it.

My Fix

The ipod touch 2nd Gen went great. That was pretty easy.

The ipod touch 4th Gen stressed me out... A LOT! I even had to put it down and come back to it later with a clear head. But once I did that i was able to power through and get a good repair.

My Advice

There is a metal bracket attached to the front panel assembly on the ipod touch 4th Gen that must be removed and put on the new panel before assembly but that wasn't in your instructions. The only reason I realized this was from the YouTube video I watched on this matter.

My Problem

My cousin had dropped his ipod in the driveway when they were going to leave. The screen was still useable however the cracks and shards coming off of the screen made the ipod unsafe to use.

My Fix

screen came off easy thanks to the guides.

My Advice

make sure you use all the strips of adhesive if the screen comes with them. you don't want to try to take the screen you just put on off because you didn't use all the adhesive strips

My Problem

The whole top of my screen was broken off, and after a while the cable controlling touch snapped. so after months of disuse i decided to fix it myself after going to a apple technical and them telling me it would be $200

My Fix

It was difficult but after an hour i had fixed it, i could not be more happy.

My Advice

make sure to repair any dented corners before placing the screen, or it will not fit in the housing

My Problem

I had an iPod touch 4th generation I was told was no good, and it had a broken screen and the Home button was missing. I connected it to my computer, updated the iOS and loaded some music on it and it played fine. So I ordered a new screen and home button.

My Fix

Since this was my second iPod touch that I attempted to fix (the first I ended up taking in to get fixed) it went better than my first try. I got the screen all connected and everything but the screen put back where it all belonged and turned it on. I got the white screen of death.

After much frustration, I reset the device by pushing Home button, the power button and the up volume button all at the same time. It booted to the set up screen so I turned it off, put the adhesive strips on and the screen on. I turned it on and got the white screen of death again. This time it would not reset at all.

My Advice

Before you start make sure you're in a good frame of mind. There's lots of tiny parts and screws, along with fragile boards and connectors. It's not a hard fix (if things go well), just a bit tedious working with the small parts.

My Problem

cracked screen from my 8 year old dgt.

My Fix

repair went well, instructions clear and precise.

dgt. says it looks like a new ipod touch

My Advice

thanks.

My Problem

My daughter dropped her iPod Touch and the screen finally cracked. Decided to try fixing before replacing.

My Fix

It was EXCRUTIATING. Apple doesn't do any favors to the DIY crowd. I was nervous the whole time that I would break some small part or another. HOWEVER - it was successfully replaced and my daughter has her iPod back. Also, if I press hard on the screen I get some white spots that fade in a few seconds.

My Advice

Take your time. Don't let frustration take hold. Walk away and come back if you need to. The hardest part is that first connection when installing the new screen. After that everything goes back together pretty well.

My Problem

Before I met her, her iPod Touch had a broken screen from all the times she dropped it. I figured it would be a great idea to try and fix it. As if that was not enough, I told her that if I made it worse, she gets a new one.

My Fix

The most frustrating part of the repair was getting the digitizer cable to mate. Additional advice on how to accomplish that would be very helpful. Everything else went well. There are some light leaks on the side, but I chalk that up to being a beginner.

My Advice

1. If the screen is broken, put a piece of packing tape on it before starting so that the shards don't go everywhere.

2. Clean away shards and bits as you go.

3. Order an additional plastic opening tool set.

4. The digitizer cable needs to be folded and tucked before reassembly.

My Problem

Cracked screen

My Fix

Great

My Advice

Apple owners be careful about repairing phones while still under warranty! Installed new digitizer screen and it work great but before installing the digitizer screen the iPhone's wifi started acting up. Sent the phone back to Apple to have wifi problem fixed under the Express Replacement program. They determined the phone was not repairable because it had been worked on by an unauthorized person. They kept my phone (which still worked) and charged me $549 for the new one. Ouch!! Learned a hard lesson the expensive way.

My Problem

das alte Display arbeitete nicht mehr

My Fix

es war nicht ganz einfach, da der Mainboard Stecker unterhalb anzubringen ist und das Display passt nicht mehr ganz so gut

aber es ist ok.

My Advice

Die Anleitung für das Wiedereinsetzen des Display könnte deutlicher dargestellt werden.