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Ipod heat issue

I open my ipod 4g I lift the metal cover to plug in the digitizer conectorand I think that I muve someting underned, because when i put it to charge it gets hot in top left corner and also it has screen of dead, I try reseting and still the same; please give me a good answer on this one, I will get it done myself.

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It is not a heat issue, you have shorted the board out.
You need to have the iPod repaired. If you know about circuits, you could test each one on the board, but you need to know the resistance of each one. I suggest you send it to apple repair.

Posted on Nov 25, 2013

  • jesus cota Dec 09, 2013

    Thank u sr. For your help, and one last question I found that my on and off botton flex is broken u think that could be the problem, I change the screen many times in difrent divises, I got the right tools and I im very carefull every time I do it, so u think that my flex could be the reson or is it short out for shur? Thank you...

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SOURCE: frozen screen on ipod 4,

I have seen this!
even though the screen is till on, pretend its not OK!

lets try forced recovery.

have iPod unplugged, itunes running on pc/mac

hold down home screen button & then plug into pc/mac

continue holding.....like 45 - 80 seconds (really)

iTunes (may) finally find an iPod in recovery mode, let off button, hit ok on pc/mac then restore

Hope it works!

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How to Replace screen and digitizer for iPod touch 4th gen.


iPod Touch 4th Generation:
iPod Touch 4th Generation: Heat the surrounding edges of the iPod for 30 seconds
Begin at the bottom corner...used a straight blade to pry the glass up slowly; the LCD will come with it since they are fused together.
When you get closer to the top be very careful since the wifi cable is normally sticking to the glass. If it is use a small screw driver to detach it from the glass. The wifi cable is on the opposite side of the power button.
There is one flex cable (LCD) that can be removed; just a slight twist and it should pop off easily.
The other flex cable (Digitizer) is under the logic board and since you'd be replacing it you can cut this flex cable to work with more ease.
Remove the eight screws on the metal plate.
Remove the metal cover over the camera...screw driver on the very edge and pop up...do not use much force or dig at it since it would be very easy to destroy the camera.
To remove the metal plate that covers the batter: bottom left corner... dig your screw driver in (shallow) then push through horizontally until you reach the edge and lift the end of the screw driver upwards...using this method will allow the speaker to stay in place and the metal plate to separate.
Remove the top three screws
Put a screw driver between the logic board and the power flex cable as you gently lift the logic board up on that side...this method will ensure you don't rip the POWER flex cable
Do not lift aggressively...both cameras must be lifted gently, the adhesive is not that strong but there are some there.
The power and volume flex cable connection to the logic board is near the volume buttons, be extremely careful not to damage the connection when lifting the logic board.
Remove the copper tape surrounding the connection for the digitizer and install new digitizer.
Follow steps in reverse.
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How to replace your ipod battery


1. buy a new battery
2. open ipod (where it joins up) with thin pice of plastic or metal
3. there will be clips holding then together. push them in and they will open.
4. open ipod carefully because there a ribon cable holding each side together
5. carefully remove the hardrive, (should have a rubber protection around it) by lifting the cable socket.
6. removie battery carefully with thin plastic or metal. try not to touch the circuit board underneath.
7. disconnect wire from ipod case. (pull them from socket)
8. attatch the new battery
9. put back in hardrive
10. put case back on and your all set.

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Plug your iPod 4G into your computer with its dock connector USB cable. Install the most recent version of iTunes and open iTunes. Wait a moment for your iPod to appear in the side bar. Click on your iPod in the side bar and select "Restore." A pop-up window will ask if you're sure you want to clear your iPod and restore to factory settings. Click "Continue" and enter your password, if prompted. Leave the iPod untouched and on a flat surface while it restores to original settings. It's important that you don't try to disconnect or use the iPod while it's restoring. You'll see a progress bar either on the iPod or your computer that indicates how far along the process is. Select your new syncing settings (automatic sync or manual) when prompted after the restore is complete.

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is it an ipod nano ?

Remove the two screws on the panel on top of the Nano and remove the top panel.


Use a case opener tool to pop the plastic screen cover off the unit.


Slide the screen up to expose the orange ribbon cable on the bottom of the screen that connects to the motherboard.


Unplug the orange ribbon cable from its port and slide the screen out of the Nano.


Fit a new screen in the Nano and plug the ribbon cable into the port.


Replace the screen cover and top panel of the Nano.


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According to Apple, if you have forgotten the code, you can unlock the IPod by doing the following:
Connect your IPod to the primary computer you use it with (the first one IPod synced with), and open iTunes.
When you disconnect iPod from the computer, it will no longer be locked.
If you can't unlock IPod using either [the code or connecting it to the computer you use to manage its songs]. . . you can restore your iPod to factory settings using iPod Updater. Please note that this will erase all data on your iPod.
Afterwards, you can add your music and data back to your iPod.
If you want to change the primary computer that your IPod is associated with, do this:
1. Restore your iPod. WARNING: The restore process cannot be undone.
All of your songs and files will be deleted. Always make a backup of your important data.
2. Connect your iPod to the computer that you want to be the primary computer.
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