Ipod Nano 1st Gen Repair

How To : Do a battery replacement on a 1st Gen iPod Touch

Is the battery life on your Ipod diminishing? Watch this video as the folks at Repairs Universe show you how to replace the battery on your 1st generation Ipod. First you need some tools to pry open your Ipod. Flathead screwdrivers and razors work well. Take the razor and slow ...more

How To : Disassemble a 5th Generation Apple iPod Nano

PowerBook Medic is the ultimate resource for Mac computers and electronics repair. They have helpful tutorials on most Apple products including the MacBook, MacBook Pro, PowerBook, iBook, iPhone, iPod, and more, covering topics from disassemblies, to RAM upgrades, to replaceme ...more

How To : Open an iPod Video, Classic, and Nano

This video will show you how to open up iPod Video, Classic, 3rd generation, 4th generation and Nano 1st and 3rd generations. If the Apple warranty no longer covers your iPod, it may be more inexpensive to do simple repairs yourself, instead of purchasing a new iPod. The first ...more

How To : Reset your 2nd gen iPod Nano

This is an Electronics video tutorial where you will learn how to reset your 2nd gen iPod Nano. The video plays a song for more than half the duration of the video clip. Then the presenter of the video clicks through the song and the iPod Nano breaks down. To reset it is a ver ...more

How To : Create a 4th gen iPod Nano in Photoshop

Learn how to create the 4th Generation iPod Nano in Adobe Photoshop. Sure, you'll only have an image of the 4th generation iPod Nano, but if that's what you need, then this Photoshop tutorial is for you.

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 1st generation iPod nano battery

This video shows you how to disassemble a first generation iPod nano so you can replace the battery. You will need a soldering iron and need to do some electronic soldering so make sure you're comfortable with soldering or have practiced a bit beforehand. Be careful or you'll ...more

How To : Repair an iPod Nano 4th Generation

In this tutorial, we learn how to repair an iPod Nano 4th Generation. First, remove the top and the bottom bezel from the device using a small and flat tool. When these are removed, switches will fall out, make sure to set these aside in a safe area. Now, remove the Philips sc ...more

How To : Take apart your 2nd Gen iPod for repair

If you need to get into your 2nd generation iPod to replace a part or see what is wrong with it. The best way to take it apart is to use a very thin tool, you will see how to take it apart the 2nd gen iPod using a putting knife. Make sure you release all 4 sides of the iPod be ...more

How To : Take apart a 1st generation iPod Nano

This video shows the correct procedure to dismantle a first generation iPod Nano. The presenter starts by using a putty knife (aka the iPod take apart tool) and separates the casing. Next, the presenter removes the battery from the internal circuit board by using a soldering i ...more

How To : Take apart an iPod Nano 3rd generation for repair

In this tutorial, we learn how to take apart an iPod Nano 3rd generation for repair. First remove the back casing using a guitar pick. Next, use a flat tool to lift up the battery carefully and remove it from the casing. You will see three wires that lead to the launch board, ...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 : SSH by USB using iFunbox with firmware 3.0

This will work for 1st gen to 3Gs Iphones and Ipod touch 1st and 2nd gen. The Ipod or ipone needs to be jailbroken and SSH needs to downloaded to the iphone or ipod touch. Now on your computer you need ifunbox downloaded (http://www.iphonepunker.site40.net/). should take a few ...more

How To : Reset and restore an iPod Nano 5G to factory settings

Something amiss with your fifth-generation Apple iPod Nano? Before you send it in for repair, you should reset your iPod to its factory-default settings and see if that doesn't clear up your problem. This iPod owner's guide offers a complete overview of the process.

How To : Replace the battery or LCD screen in an iPod Nano

This video will show you how to install a battery or LCD screen in a first generation iPod Nano. 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. Watch this video iPod tutorial and ...more

How To : Replace the battery in the Apple iPod Nano

This is one of a series of videos offered on iPod Nano repair. This video describes how to replace the battery on an iPod Nano. The instructor cautions that this process is for advanced iPod users only. The techniques he demonstrates are good for four generations of the iPod. ...more

How To : Find out which model iPod you have

Need to know what kind of iPod you have? Don't know quite what generation your iPod is? Is it a 1st Gen, is it a Video iPod, or is it a Photo iPod? Check out this video tutorial from iPodJuice to help you figure it out.

How To : Disassemble a 4th Generation Apple iPod

PowerBook Medic is the ultimate resource for Mac computers and electronics repair. They have helpful tutorials on most Apple products including the MacBook, MacBook Pro, PowerBook, iBook, iPhone, iPod, and more, covering topics from disassemblies, to RAM upgrades, to replaceme ...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

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