How to Remove and Replace an Ipod Touch Screen

How To : Replace the battery on a 2nd Gen iPod Touch

This video by repairs universe shows viewers how to replace the battery in the 2nd Generation iPod Touch. The tools you will need for this project include safe-open pry tools and a small phillips head screwdriver. To begin, remove the screen by releasing several clips that hol ...more

How To : Repair the LCD screen on a 2nd Gen iPod Touch

This how to video will show you how to repair an iPod Touch screen. First, take a pry tool and undo the clips of the device's front cover. Now remove the front cover. Use the tool to remove the cable connecting the cover to the main board. Next, remove the screw from the metal ...more

How To : Replace a broken iPod screen

This video will help you repair your iPod classic first to fourth or fifth generation that has been damaged. Overall goal is to remove the broken, smashed, destroyed screen by removing the broken screen from the main board and replacing it with another screen. You start first ...more

How To : Replace the LCD screen in an iPod Photo or 4th gen

This video will show you how to remove your old LCD from your 4th generation iPod or iPod Photo and replace it with a new one. If the Apple warranty no longer covers your iPod, it may be more inexpensive to do this simple repair yourself, instead of purchasing a new iPod. Watc ...more

How To : Replace the LCD screen on a 3rd Gen iPod Nano

This video shows you how to replace the LCD screen on a third generation iPod nano. Using a plastic safe pry tool, run it along the edges of the iPod, releasing the clips. Once the clips have been released, you should be able to remove the back cover. There are six exposed scr ...more

How To : Replace a broken iPod screen

This video shows us how to replace a broken iPod screen. First thing to do for this is to remove the broken screen which is actually connected to the main board. The screen is actually connected to the main board with a very short ribbon cable. Now all you have to do is to pul ...more

How To : Add and remove icons and apps on an iPod Touch

This video is in the Electronics category and you will learn how to add or delete applications and icons to your iPod Touch. First, if you want to add something, go to Safari. If you want to add the iPod Touch bookmark to your home page, go down to where it says ‘add’ and pres ...more

News : 20 Things That Suck About iOS 11 for iPhone

There's no denying that there are some seriously useful new features in iOS 11 for iPhone. But there's also no denying that Apple got a few things wrong with the latest iOS update, as well as left a few important features out. Some of the items listed below are things Apple b ...more

News : Apple's Latest iOS 10 Beta 4 Adds Emojis & More

Things are definitely starting to shape up with iOS 10. After three developer betas of the upcoming operating system, Apple has begun rolling out the developer beta 4 release for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, which focuses mostly on refining some of the cool new features. Don ...more

News : The 10 Most Annoying Things About iOS 10 for iPhone

There's a lot of great things to be excited about with iOS 10 on your device. You can remove annoying stock apps, search emails better, remember where you parked, and much, much more. Seriously, there's actually more outstanding features in iOS 10 than in Apple's latest iPhone ...more

News : 24 Cool New Features in iOS 11.3 for iPhone

While iOS 11.3 doesn't have as many new features as iOS 11.2, there's still a lot to love about Apple's latest update for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, even if some of the best features we were expecting didn't make the cut. Apple released the iOS 11.3 beta on Jan. 24, and ju ...more

How To : 21 Must-Know Tips & Tricks for Mac OS X Yosemite

By now, you've probably already installed 10.10 Yosemite, the newest version of Mac OS X, on your computer. While you most certainly noticed the visual changes, you might have missed some of the really cool additions. We've spent the last few days getting to know it, and let ...more

How To : Put Music on Your iPhone Without Using iTunes

There are quite a few flaws with Apple's mobile products, and one that drives me crazy is their reliance upon iTunes for all your music syncing needs. If you want a song on your iPhone, you pretty much have to use iTunes to get it on there. Either that or buy it directly from ...more

How To : Take apart an iPod Touch for repairs

This video tutorial will show you how to take apart your iPod Touch (iTouch) for repair and screen removal. Why? Because it's probably broken, that's why. Disassemble Apple's iPod Touch to replace the touchscreen, replace the battery, or do other minor repairs. Be warned that ...more

How To : Fix broken front glass on an iPhone

In this how to video, you will learn how to replace a broken iPhone screen. This screen is called a front panel. First, turn off the iPhone. Open the repair kit and look up the instructions. First, remove the screws at the bottom. Next, use a suction cup and pull the front ass ...more

How To : Paint Your Car's Interior for a Two-Tone Look

Painting your car's interior is a great way to enhance your driving surroundings and give you a new plush look. In most cases it can even increase the value of your car when you trade it in or sell it. You could spend hundreds, even thousands for changing or replacing your in ...more

How To : Repair a broken iPod LCD screen

This video teaches you how to replace a LCD screen for the 5th generation iPod. The tools you will need are a soft cloth, a mini screwdriver, a plastic or metal putty knife, and of course your iPod. First, pry your iPod open with your putty knife. Place the knife in between th ...more

How To : Take apart an iPod Touch 1G

Trying to replace your iPod battery, change the screen, or doing some modification that a MAC pro wouldn't suggest you doing yourself? Before you can start tinkering around inside this delicate piece of equipment, you're going to at least need to know how to get it open and ta ...more

How To : Delete photos from an iPod Touch / iPhone / iTouch

Learn how to delete photos from an iPod Touch, iPod, iPhone, or any kind of iTouch. The trick is to hook it up to your Windows PC or Mac and use iTunes to sync with it. You'll then be able to go to the photos tab to remove specific photos from your iPod/iTouch device. On on i ...more

How To : Fix and repair the LCD screen on the HTC Touch

How to fix and repair the LCD screen on the HTC Touch Start by removing the back cover and the battery. Use a t5 torx screwdriver to remove the 4 screws on the back of the phone. Once the screws are removed remove the the back plate of the phone using a pry tool to release th ...more

How To : Upgrade the hard drive on your laptop computer

Not enough space on your laptop? No problem! Grab a new hard drive from your local office supply store and follow this tutorial to learn how to install it. You Will Need • New hard drive • External hard drive enclosure • USB cable • Hard-drive cloning program • Small Phil ...more

Camera Plus Pro : The iPhone Camera App That Does it All

Even with Apple's forthcoming iOS 5 updates to its default camera application, those upcoming features can't match what already exists in Global Delight's Camera Plus Pro. For $1.99, Camera Plus Pro provides users with over 100 tools for every part of the picture taking proces ...more

HowTo : Hack Any iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad

Hallelujah, a miracle tool has been released to the world. This Windows/Mac tool is called Spirit and it enables you to jailbreak any iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad quite easily. And Gizmodo is all over it, with an in-depth guide on exactly how to do it. Some of you may be hackin ...more

How To : Get 3D Touch-Like Actions on Any iPhone

The new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus models have a really cool feature called 3D Touch that lets you perform app-specific Quick Actions from the home screen for apps that support it. The only downside is that this awesome new feature is not available on older iOS devices. While olde ...more

How To : Make Your Mac Look & Feel More Like Your iPhone

Is your Mac starting to feel messy and sluggish after using iOS 8 on your iPhone every day? Even with all of the iOS-friendly features built in to Mac OS X Yosemite, your Mac can still feel kind of "old" in comparison to an iOS device—but it doesn't have to. Using the tips and ...more

How To : Turn Off Find My iPhone Remotely

Before you sell or give away an old iPhone, Find My iPhone, which works in conjunction with Activation Lock (Apple's anti-theft system) needs to be deactivated from your iCloud account. This also applies if you've lost your passcode and are locked out of the device, if you're ...more

How To : Reset Your iPhone's Home Screen Layout

Time takes its toll on your home screen. Before you know it, your clean app pages start filling up with social media, music streaming, video, and dozens of other kinds of apps. And let's face it, a lot of those apps are never touched after the first few times you use them. Yo ...more

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