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Re: broke i pod touch
If it is a first gen machine you HAVE to replace the front screen which I wouldnt do yourself as you are likely to damage the small ribbons holding the main boards together. So, you are better off taking it to a professional. But I'm guessing from your description that you have a 2nd gen. This has the digitiser on the front glass. If the glass cracks then the digitiser becomes damaged. Basically, you are not going to be able to fix it without spending money on it. The cracked touch screen needs to be replaced and then all will work fine. The screen for the 2nd gen can be bought fairly cheaply on eBay and is easier to fit yourself than on the 1st gen. There are videos on YouTube showing how to do it without wrecking the iPod. Hope you get it fixed ok All the best Sean
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1...Turn on I Pod
2...Slide to unlock
4. ..Touch "Brightness"
5...Move the "Slider Bar button" to the Right to Brighten the Screen, Left to lower the Brightness, once you have the desired brightness on the screen you will then touch the "Settings" tag at the left corner of the Ipod to take you back to the "Settings" screen.
6.Push the button on the screen at the bottom of the player to return to the Main Screen and you are finished.
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Use the Five Rs to restore the iPod. You will lose the data that is currently on it if you restore but you can always re-sync the data to the iPod.
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