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  1. Apple diseño sus nuevos iPods para ser muy difíciles de desarmar sin destruir componentes importantes. Debido a la placa frontal metálica, soporte metálico y los 13 (si, 13) clips metálicos sosteniendo al armazón, este es uno de los iPods más difíciles de desarmar.
    • Apple diseño sus nuevos iPods para ser muy difíciles de desarmar sin destruir componentes importantes. Debido a la placa frontal metálica, soporte metálico y los 13 (si, 13) clips metálicos sosteniendo al armazón, este es uno de los iPods más difíciles de desarmar.

    • Procede con precaución y con la advertencia de que puedes dañar significativamente tu iPod más allá de su condición actual. Además, es posible que desees algunos pares adicionales de herramientas de apertura de plástico durante la instalación, ya que son fáciles de arruinar al abrir el iPod. ¡Que te diviertas!

    • Antes de abrir tu iPod, asegúrate de que el interruptor de retención esté en la posición bloqueada.

    If you're meticulous, the job can perfectly be done, without any of the recommended tools. I hadn't the time to order them, so I opened my iPod with the large blade of my Victorinox swiss army knife. By just following the instruction I succeeded in releasing all of the metal tabs all around the iPod, and didn't damage any of them. You can clearly hear them "declipsing". I think the blade of the Victorinox is thiner than the putty knife, the only thing you have to take care of, is not to cut the black or silver painting of the front of the case, but if you are used to cut with a knife, you should succeed. Just be aware that it is however a difficult job !

    jcfsystems - Yanıt

    Thank you for these instructions - my dead iPod classic (that died whilst attached to an ipod dock during a heavy thunderstorm which took out the dock too) is now working again. Opening the case took me 40 minutes and 7 plastic case openers not to mention very sore hands but the rest of the process worked fine. thanks again

    Stuart Hutchesson - Yanıt

    Opened it up with MANY super thin nylon guitar picks in less than a minute starting from the two tabs on the bottom - I used the putty knife in my shop for wood filler and patching walls :)

    cmguitar - Yanıt

  2. Abrir este iPod es un desafío. No te desanimes si te lleva varios intentos antes de abrir el iPod. Una cosa a tener en cuenta es el ángulo de la punta de la herramienta de apertura de plástico al insertarla en el iPod. Idealmente, el ángulo debe ser lo más vertical posible sin dejar de despejar el borde del panel posterior.
    • Abrir este iPod es un desafío. No te desanimes si te lleva varios intentos antes de abrir el iPod. Una cosa a tener en cuenta es el ángulo de la punta de la herramienta de apertura de plástico al insertarla en el iPod. Idealmente, el ángulo debe ser lo más vertical posible sin dejar de despejar el borde del panel posterior.

    • Inserta una herramienta de apertura de plástico en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod.

    I have with luck (several times) used the metal spudger to create a small initial gap.

    But be careful, it's easy to severely scratch the iPod.

    rousp - Yanıt

    right here, you should insert a picture of the little clips on the rails inside the back of the ipod, so that we can visualise what we're trying to undo, & get a better idea of which way to bend, which way NOT to bend the tools.

    duncanrmi - Yanıt

    Actually it’s a wayyyyyyy easier using the iFlash opening tool and following the pdf of this guy (youtube link)

    Bastien Arata - Yanıt

    Actually it’s wayyyyyy easier using this tool as mentioned by this awesome guy on his video.

    Bastien Arata - Yanıt

    That video is excellent. He has a PDF you print which is the same size as the iPod so you know exactly where the 11 clips are (1 on top, 2 on bottom, and 4 more along each side).

    Kevin Moorman - Yanıt

  3. Inserta otra herramienta de apertura de plástico en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod, dejando al menos 1.5 pulgadas de espacio entre las dos herramientas.
    • Inserta otra herramienta de apertura de plástico en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod, dejando al menos 1.5 pulgadas de espacio entre las dos herramientas.

  4. En ángulo, inserta cuidadosamente una espátula de aproximadamente 1/8 de pulgada en la costura entre las dos herramientas de apertura.
    • En ángulo, inserta cuidadosamente una espátula de aproximadamente 1/8 de pulgada en la costura entre las dos herramientas de apertura.

    • Hay rieles metálicos delgados que corren a lo largo del interior del panel posterior, así que ten mucho cuidado al insertar la espátula.

    • Una vez que la espátula haya despejado el borde del panel posterior, gira la espátula para que quede vertical y con cuidado (pero con firmeza) muévela directamente hacia el espacio entre las herramientas de apertura.

  5. Empuja con los dedos el panel posterior detrás de la espátula para minimizar la flexión. Lentamente flexiona la espátula, como se muestra en la imagen, para asegurarse de que la mayoría de las pestañas metálicas de este lado del iPod estén desenganchadas.
    • Empuja con los dedos el panel posterior detrás de la espátula para minimizar la flexión. Lentamente flexiona la espátula, como se muestra en la imagen, para asegurarse de que la mayoría de las pestañas metálicas de este lado del iPod estén desenganchadas.

    • En este método, en vez de intentar no doblar el panel trasero, lo hace de forma que permita ponerlo luego más fácil. Así, cualquier doblez en los lados del panel posterior debe estar alejando el borde del panel posterior del iPod, en lugar de empujarlo hacia la superficie curva. Este método también desactiva tantos clips laterales como sea posible.

  6. Retira la espátula del iPod y vuelva a insertarla más cerca de la esquina del iPod, utilizando el mismo método de movimiento que antes.
    • Retira la espátula del iPod y vuelva a insertarla más cerca de la esquina del iPod, utilizando el mismo método de movimiento que antes.

    • Si es posible, no dobles la esquina del panel posterior.

  7. Cerca de la toma de auriculares, inserta una herramienta de apertura de plástico en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod.
    • Cerca de la toma de auriculares, inserta una herramienta de apertura de plástico en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod.

    • Puede que te resulte más fácil flexionar cuidadosamente la espátula hacia abajo para crear más espacio para la herramienta de apertura, ¡pero asegúrate de no doblar la esquina del panel posterior!

  8. Cerca del centro de la pantalla, inserta cuidadosamente un spudger de metal en el espacio creado por la herramienta de apertura de plástico.
    • Cerca del centro de la pantalla, inserta cuidadosamente un spudger de metal en el espacio creado por la herramienta de apertura de plástico.

    • Es fácil crear un bulto notable en el panel posterior aquí que es difícil de reparar. Cuando levantes la lengüeta, intenta que el spudger de metal pivote en el borde del panel posterior en lugar de doblar el panel posterior hacia afuera.

    • Usando la espátula de metal, desengancha el clip único que hay en la parte superior del iPod.

  9. Cerca de la otra esquina superior, inserta una herramienta de apertura de plástico en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod
    • Cerca de la otra esquina superior, inserta una herramienta de apertura de plástico en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod

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  11. En el otro lado, inserta una herramienta de apertura de plástico en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod.
    • En el otro lado, inserta una herramienta de apertura de plástico en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod.

    • Puede que te resulte más fácil inclinar la herramienta de apertura fijada en la esquina superior para crear un hueco suficiente.

  12. Retira la herramienta de apertura de la esquina superior e insértala en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod, dejando al menos 1.5 pulgadas de espacio entre las dos herramientas (como se hace en el otro lado).
    • Retira la herramienta de apertura de la esquina superior e insértala en la costura entre la parte frontal y posterior del iPod, dejando al menos 1.5 pulgadas de espacio entre las dos herramientas (como se hace en el otro lado).

  13. En ángulo, inserta cuidadosamente una espátula de aproximadamente 1/8 de pulgada en la costura entre las dos herramientas de apertura.
    • En ángulo, inserta cuidadosamente una espátula de aproximadamente 1/8 de pulgada en la costura entre las dos herramientas de apertura.

    • Una vez más, hay rieles metálicos delgados que corren a lo largo del interior del panel posterior, así que ten mucho cuidado al insertar la espátula.

    • Una vez que la espátula haya despejado el borde del panel posterior, inclina la espátula para que quede vertical y con cuidado (pero con firmeza) muévela directamente hacia el iPod a través del espacio entre las herramientas de apertura de plástico.

    • Empuja con los dedos el panel posterior detrás de la espátula para minimizar la flexión. Flexiona ligeramente la espátula para asegurarte de que la mayoría de las pestañas metálicas de este lado del iPod estén desenganchadas.

  14. Los clips metálicos cerca de las esquinas son conocidos por agarrar tenázmente el panel frontal. Es necesario desenganchar estos clips para abrir el iPod.
    • Los clips metálicos cerca de las esquinas son conocidos por agarrar tenázmente el panel frontal. Es necesario desenganchar estos clips para abrir el iPod.

    • Inserta con cuidado un spudger de metal en el área cerca del clip de metal que se resiste.

  15. Mueve suavemente el spudger de metal hacia abajo para que quede completamente en el panel posterior.
    • Mueve suavemente el spudger de metal hacia abajo para que quede completamente en el panel posterior.

  16. Comienza a desenganchar suavemente el clip del panel frontal.
    • Comienza a desenganchar suavemente el clip del panel frontal.

    • Es fácil crear un bulto notable en el panel posterior aquí que es difícil de reparar. Cuando levantes la lengüeta, intenta que el spudger de metal gire sobre el borde del panel posterior en lugar de doblar el panel posterior hacia afuera.

  17. Continúa empujando hacia arriba el panel frontal con la espátula de metal hasta que se suelte el clip de metal.
    • Continúa empujando hacia arriba el panel frontal con la espátula de metal hasta que se suelte el clip de metal.

  18. Hay dos cables de cinta que conectan el panel posterior al resto del iPod. En el siguiente paso, ten cuidado de no dañar estos cables planos.
    • Hay dos cables de cinta que conectan el panel posterior al resto del iPod. En el siguiente paso, ten cuidado de no dañar estos cables planos.

    • Sujeta el conjunto del panel frontal con una mano y el panel posterior con la otra.

    • ¡Toma una respiración profunda!

    • Suavemente (SUAVEMENTE) desengancha los clips restantes del panel posterior tirando de la parte superior de los paneles frontal y posterior (piensa en la parte inferior del iPod como una bisagra), teniendo mucho cuidado de no dañar los cables de cinta que sujetan el dos mitades juntas

  19. Usa un spudger para deslizar hacia arriba el conector que sostiene la cinta naranja de la batería en su lugar. Solo necesitas levantar la barra de bloqueo unos 2 mm para liberar el cable.
    • Usa un spudger para deslizar hacia arriba el conector que sostiene la cinta naranja de la batería en su lugar. Solo necesitas levantar la barra de bloqueo unos 2 mm para liberar el cable.

    • Desliza la cinta naranja de la batería fuera de su conector.

    If the small battery black/white connector pumps out of the ipod when you are trying to unplug the cable...REMEMBER the "U" black shape is meant to be just in the same direction as the blue plastic "U" beside it. If you plug it back in the wrong way it will display "Charging please wait..." forever!.

    :)

    riverate - Yanıt

    How did you get the black battery piece to stay in after it popped out?

    Katrina Frantz -

    I knocked this little bit out too! Any tips to get it back in? Soldering?

    David Ewing -

    This step is what ultimately destroyed my iPod. A caution to be very careful would be good.

    I got the whole black white thing disconnected from the pins. After a lot of struggle I was able to get it back in, but I couldn’t get the black locking part to go up on its own. after many tries and some tries to get it in when the black thing is closed, i tore out the pins that were connected to the panel. can’t get it back on so it isn’t connected to the battery…

    Now i have a perfect iPod with a new harddrive but I can’t use it.

    Please add a red caution sentence because I’m pretty sure that if i had known what I had to do I would’ve been more careful and I would now have a functioning iPod.

    Nonetheless, great guide! without this I wouldn’t even have tried and the harddisk came from another broken down iPod classic so it’s not that I lost money.

    stef.kuypers - Yanıt

  20. Coloca el panel posterior al lado del iPod, teniendo cuidado de no forzar el cable naranja de los auriculares.
    • Coloca el panel posterior al lado del iPod, teniendo cuidado de no forzar el cable naranja de los auriculares.

  21. Levanta el disco duro con una mano para poder acceder a la cinta de auriculares debajo.
    • Levanta el disco duro con una mano para poder acceder a la cinta de auriculares debajo.

    • Usa un spudger para voltear la lengüeta de plástico que sujeta la cinta de auriculares en su lugar. La pestaña girará 90 grados hacia arriba, liberando el cable plano.

    • Desliza la cinta naranja del conector para auriculares fuera de su conector.

    • El panel posterior ahora está suelto del iPod.

    I broke off the plastic tab I lost it any suggestions. How could I replace the plastic tab?

    Fabio a - Yanıt

  22. ¡Ahora hay que  reparar el daño causado por la liberación de las partes internas del iPod Classic! Es muy probable que al menos uno de los clips metálicos en minúscula se haya doblado hacia arriba. Todos estos clips deben apuntar hacia abajo para reinstalar el panel posterior.
    • ¡Ahora hay que reparar el daño causado por la liberación de las partes internas del iPod Classic! Es muy probable que al menos uno de los clips metálicos en minúscula se haya doblado hacia arriba. Todos estos clips deben apuntar hacia abajo para reinstalar el panel posterior.

  23. Toma el lado ancho y plano del spudger de metal y empuja el clip hacia abajo, teniendo cuidado de no rasgar el delgado riel de metal del panel posterior.
    • Toma el lado ancho y plano del spudger de metal y empuja el clip hacia abajo, teniendo cuidado de no rasgar el delgado riel de metal del panel posterior.

    • ¡Ten cuidado de no dañar ninguna de las partes de la toma de auriculares mientras da forma a estos clips!

  24. Sobre una superficie limpia y dura, coloca el panel posterior de costado. Empuja con cuidado pero con firmeza hacia abajo, haciendo rodar todo el lado del labio nuevamente en su lugar adecuado.
    • Sobre una superficie limpia y dura, coloca el panel posterior de costado. Empuja con cuidado pero con firmeza hacia abajo, haciendo rodar todo el lado del labio nuevamente en su lugar adecuado.

    • Puede ser necesario hacer esto varias veces para lograr una rectitud óptima en los lados. Es mejor empujar los bordes de la carcasa de más que de menos, porque el reasentamiento del panel frontal doblará el panel trasero en su alineación correcta.

    • Ahora que el panel trasero vuelve a estar en una condición hermosa, ¡puedes pasar a reparar el iPod!

  25. Girar el disco duro  hacia fuera del framework y posicionarlo de tal manera que el conector se quede mirando hacia arriba.
    • Girar el disco duro hacia fuera del framework y posicionarlo de tal manera que el conector se quede mirando hacia arriba.

    • Utiliza un spudger de plástico para levantar la lengüeta de plástico que sostiene la cinta naranja del disco duro La pestaña girará 90 grados, liberando el cable plano.

    To be clear, the plastic tab to be flipped up is the SMALL BLACK piece shown vertically in the photo above. The spudger is pointing directly to it. The tab flips TOWARDS the ribbon. While the picture is correct, this wasn’t obvious to me.

    Linda and Brian Henning - Yanıt

    Thanks for the feedback! I will adjust the wording to clarify this.

    Arthur Shi -

  26. Desliza el cable plano naranja del disco duro directamente fuera de su conector.
    • Desliza el cable plano naranja del disco duro directamente fuera de su conector.

    • Si estás reemplazando el disco duro de tu iPod y no viene con los soportes de montaje de goma y el acolchado de espuma, transfiere estos elementos de su unidad anterior a la unidad de reemplazo.

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The instructions worked like a charm. This is not for the faint of heart and requires some modicum of skill, but I saved a buttload of money by doing it myself. You will definitely need the recommended tools.

johannesdecruce - Yanıt

It worked like a charm... Just need to follow the instructions carefully and you can avoid to spend 200 something € to buy a new iPod!

Thanks iFixit

Fanny Millon - Yanıt

i couldn't get the plastic opening tool in between the 2 sections. i ended up using two razor blades instead of the plastic tools and the putty knife, i was able to replace the hard drive with very little struggle and almost no cosmetic damage(not that i care what the thing looks like)

algore2016 - Yanıt

Thanks for a highly useful guide. Slowly and methodically, using a single-bladed, razor blade, I was able to open the case, following this procedure. Patience is, indeed, a virtue, in this case.

I was able to successfully replace the hard drive and battery.

The only snag I encountered was that the headphone jack ribbon was glued to circuit board adjacent to the connector under the hard drive. (I just left this ribbon be, not wanting to risk damaging the ribbon.) It was a bit awkward straightening the case edges, but I managed.

Overall, I'd give this guide a grade of "A"....it was nearly perfect and very clear. Bravo!

rgstout - Yanıt

Well I managed to get it apart, though it wasn't all that difficult with the right tools, but getting it back together has been a nightmare. Just saying "reverse the process" is reall not quite enough in this case. All the little pieces of shock padding keep falling off, it's almost impossible to get the two wires plugged back in as well as keeping them in place, but I got there in the end. Or so I thought . Now my ipod has no sound (except from dock output) - and on investigating I find I have severed the orange cable near the jack itself- either by bending it or catching it on something. So another part to buy. So it's a warning to be very careful.

James Skilton - Yanıt

Yeah. I did it. It wasn't easy, and the results could have been prettier, but I did it.

On opening, I found my plastic tools to be useless. I ended up taking the blade of a cheap Gerber knife to the thing, being careful not to damage the rails. I found that thin grade guitar picks were a great thing to stick in the spaces!

It's a good idea to take a picture of the innards once you open it. The little bumpers can be a bit tricky to reposition when you put it back together. Also you'll want to remove the blue foam padding if possible from the old hard drive and stick it to the new one.

Don't freak out when you get to the ribbons. They're tougher than they look, and they seem to know where to go. I did have to use a pair of needlenose plyers to guide the headphone ribbon back into place.

If you're a stickler for aesthetics, then pay close attention to steps 21-23. Especially 23, or you'll have unsightly gaps along the edges.

The hardest part of this project is taking it apart. Take your time.

David - Yanıt

This is great instruction.

Could you please add the list of compatible hard drives.

I have a need for larger hard drive and plan is to install 512GB SSD drive for my iPod Classic 160GB 7th Gen. Do you now is there some limitation in HD size in iPod?

The plan is to replace original 160GB hard drive with Samsung PM851 512GB SSD drive

Based on my understanding this adapter works

Mini PCI-E Msata SSD to 40pin ZIF Adapter Card

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mini-PCI-E-Msata...

with Samsung PM851 512GB mSata Internal Solid state drive SSD

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Samsung-PM851-51...

I guess that I need also new wider back cover for iPod classic.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/upgrade-iPod-Cla...

I'm not sure how much space is needed for Msata to SSD adapter and ssd drive

Any comments?

Jari - Yanıt

@Jari

Have you considered using a Compact Flash instead of SSD? i.e. check eBay for "CF to Zif 1.8" HDD SSD IDE Adapter"...

htk - Yanıt

I tried to install Samsung PM851 512GB SSD drive for iPod Classic, but iPod does not detect the drive.

I formatted SSD drive to FAT32 beforehand, but finally I had to intall original 160GB drive back.

Jari -

This was indeed a tough shell to crack! The plastic tools can bend easily and become weak so be careful as you are trying to create the initial gap for the putty knife. Once you get one side unhinged, the rest moves much more quickly!

Upgraded my 80 to a 120 and did the battery while I was at it...now hopefully I can squeeze another 5 years out of my iPod which should be long enough for a Apple to release Touch with a large enough hard drive for all my music!

doomius - Yanıt

The guide is very good. Take your time and with patience and perseverance it can be done. I used a kitchen palette knife to prise open the case. I replaced the hard drive and after several attempts at fixing the hard drive cable in place given that the flimsly retainer clip broke first time on the new drive. I used a piece of paper in the slot to keep the cable connected and secure which was then curved back and taped into place to keep the pressure on. Fiddly but sucessful. I now have my ipod up and working. Not bad for a 7 year old piece of kit which has has a few knocks and bashes on the way. So it is worth trying!

Paula Pompei - Yanıt

Had great success using 6 guitar picks instead of the putty knife. Allowed me to move in smaller sections and caused zero damage to the iPod. Didn't even bend any metal clips mentioned in Step 21! Replacing a damaged drive with 128 GB of flash memory using StarTech 1.8-Inch ZIF to CF Adaptor and Komputerbay Dual Micro SD to CF adaptor. Can use two cheaper 64 GB SD cards to achieve a solid state 7th Gen Classic!

http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B001CC3N...

http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B004WKIG...

Sea Pea - Yanıt

Don't know much about memory technologies but why did you use 2* micro SD cards instead of a 128gb CF card?

matt donovan -

A very useful guide -I read through a couple of times before starting. I did not have spudgers, but used a variety of other small tools. It came apart more easily than expected, and the case only needed one clip bending back. There are some minor marks at the joint between case and front, but all works fine.

Esbjorn - Yanıt

I don´t have the plastic tools, which I believe are meant to open the device without scratching it. I still haven´t repaired my iPod Classic, but I followed the instructions to open it and identify the hard drive model so I could order a new one. I opened it with a round blade knife and two coffee spoons. :) I wasn´t afraid to scratch the dang thing as it was already badly scratched. It will be my "backup" Classic, as I already got myself a new one (one of the last ones).

Ubirata Silva - Yanıt

Is there a drive bigger than the 160 Gb that will fit? I just need more space. :)

Orcinus Orca - Yanıt

I have a 512gb flash memory iPod Classic. It has a Tarkan adapter in it. Paid $400 for it. Didn't do the work myself. Just paid for, basically, a new iPod.

Chris George -

I would like to try this because my iPod classic died and I'm very upset that it's been discontinued. I have no want for a Touch and I listen to too much music for a low GB. I must ask though where you got the new hard drive? Or what kind of hard drive it is. I've only ever installed a hard drive in an XBox 360 slim and that was just opening a panel and slipping it into a port. Thanks.

CyanideBreathmint - Yanıt

Do a flash memory upgrade. Mine is at 512gb now. Replaces the hard drive with flash memory. It has no moving parts and it's lighter!!!

Chris George -

Everything went smoothly. I replaced both the drive and the battery at the same time. I suggest you invest a little $ and buy the necessary tools as I did. Makes everything sooooooo

much easier. Took about an hour but what the heck.....I wasn't doing much else. Now I have my Tunes back! Thanks iFixit.com!

Kenny From San Clemente, CA

kenwinters1 - Yanıt

Great guide, just take your time and make sure you use the proper tools. Used this guide for my iPod and you can't tell it has been opened whereas I used a different guide in the past for the Mrs's iPod with no where near as good results.

Michael Gregory - Yanıt

This is a great guide, I was able to change both my hard drive and my battery in a simple 30 minutes since my package arrived. My iPod always worked really hard just to stay powered on, it felt like it was going to explode every time I picked it up, now the iPod is running quietly and smoothly with no problems. And for once I am able to sync all of my music from iTunes onto it.

Patricia Princivil - Yanıt

A few weeks back I saw someone selling a 160 gig Classic on LetGo for $35 and decided to get it. Got home and discovered why the price was so low, the disk could not be accessed when I tried a restore. So I ordered up some parts from Amazon, a ZIF to CF adapter board and a CF to SD adapter. Ran about $20 for the pair. I went to Harbor Freight Tools to see about a putty knife but decided to get a razor blade with handle that I found in the paint scraping aisle where the putty knives were. Turned out this was the only tool I needed to get the clips undone while not uglifying the iPod. I pried on the edge of the back case like the instructions show using the putty knife to do, then a very small amount of persuasion by placing a small flathead screwdriver in the gap and a bit of twisting got it apart.

Randy - Yanıt

(cont'd) I put a 32 gig SD card in the adapter for testing, then put the adapter into the ZIF adapter and slid it in. I had a 32 gig solid state Classic to show for my efforts. I synced some music and tried playing through some headphones to see what I got, after all this was a cheapie secondhand 'Pod so had to find out if it'd work. Works great.

I see that Other World Computing has a more elegant part going straight from ZIF to SD, I think I'll try that. The slim 7th gen doesn't look like it'll hold the adapter contraption in there now. I haven't tried closing it yet since I need a bigger SD.

Randy - Yanıt

Thank you for the guide! It is indeed very difficult, but not impossible. I followed the directions as closely as possible. I had to use a utility knife to open it. The seam was too tight for the plastic tools. Everything else went fine. If you use extreme care and follow the directions exactly you should be able to do this with no damage to ribbon cables. I did, at times, feel like I was performing microsurgery. :-) All went well in the end and I once again have a working iPod classic - at a fraction of the cost of replacing it. Thanks again for the guide and for the great customer service when ordering the parts.

Richard Tracy - Yanıt

The instructions were absolutely clear( even if I deduced some of the words from the context) :-) The only difficulty for me, was to put as much power on the putty knife as necessary. Too little and too shy at the beginning. ... but then you get the necessary feeling! Again it's not as difficult as it seems in the beginning. By the 25-th fixing you can open a little fixing shop :-D. Thank you iFixit!!! Thank you all enthusiasts who post here!!!

laureantudor - Yanıt

I was able to successfully install the physical drive, however the volume is not working well-it can be heard faintly if the volume is cranked all the way up-but its all very distorted. Any suggestions?

Alexander Mathew - Yanıt

I was able to do this with an 4" icing spatula without bending the case at all. Great guide. My classic is now 250GB of storage, faster, and lighter. Thanks!

azcodemonkey - Yanıt

Hi I have 2 questions.

1) I accidentally broke the (brown) connector holding the battery cable to the logic board. What is it called and how can I get a replacement?

2) I exchanged the LCD Color display between 2 ipod classic (one and A1238 80GB with broken screen and the other A1238 160GB perfect screen) the result was a blank whote screen but if i switched it back to the broken screen, I could see the apple logo n startup. How can i solve this problem? Should i buy a new LCD Color display? Are there any difference between the parts?

Please help....

epatmos - Yanıt

Just replaced my bad hard drive, so far so good. This site was a lifesaver

john maibauer - Yanıt

Great instruction, had two iPods- one with screwed battery, the other one with damaged hard drive: Made one out of two- was easy even though i didn't had the plastic tools, a hair clip is perfect for this job! the iPod is dead, long live the iPod

Bep Straßenkehrer - Yanıt

I have saved a lots of valuable photos in my iPod classic. I dropped it one time and it is not working now.It can’t turn on, can’t link to itunes .If I replaced the hard drive and battery,I can still find my photos back? Anyone who can help me please send me an E-mail.dylanweicn@icloud.com Thank you in advanced .

ducwei2001 - Yanıt

So I’ve been using my iPod classic as an external drive, and I dropped it and now my computer won’t recognize it, and won’t even come on; I really don’t care about the iPod but the contents how can I test the Hard drive to see if I can get the documents off of it? Any ideas :(

Abe Montes - Yanıt

The instructions were perfect. I did use a few different tools for my own preference but anyone can improvise a little on this project. Had no issues. You have to go slow and be methodical. This is not an easy tear-down but not nearly as difficult as you might think. Of course hand/finger size may come into play. I was successful on my first attempt. You not only need to be mechanically inclined but have some knowledge of electronic assembly, in general. Not for the inexperienced unless you learn quickly.

Kelly - Yanıt

This guide worked very well for me. I found a jewelers loupe to be indispensable and recommend one highly.

Linda and Brian Henning - Yanıt

Is it possible to install a HD from a 160GB Ipod to a 120GB Ipod Classic? Will the device read 160Gb normally?

carlosedgi - Yanıt

This site is super handy for that:

https://www.iflash.xyz/store/iflash-comp...

Looks like that ipod gets capped at 128gb but the HD would still work I think.

Alec McWilliam -

The opening method works great with other i Pods too.

Daniel Zwerver - Yanıt

I can't wait to attempt this. I either have a fix iPod or it remains the same just in many pieces.

Jose Godoi - Yanıt

I need to have the hard drive replaced, but I have the worst luck doing things like this. Maybe I should pay someone who’s more nimble to do it for me.

elvimark01 - Yanıt

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