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I just successfully transferred an iPod touch 2nd gen home button flex cable to a iPod touch 4th gen. Only thing needed is a very thin spacer. I ripped apart the original home button and there was a super slim metal conactcontact I was able to reuse. I did notice the back side on the 2nd gen is offset a little. I just repositioned it on the 4th gen. Ipod touch 4th gen works great now.
I just successfully transferred an iPod touch 2nd gen home button flex cable to a iPod touch 4th gen. Only thing needed is a very thin spacer. I ripped apart the original home button and there was a super slim metal conactcontact I was able to reuse. I did notice the back side on the 2nd gen is offset a little. I just repositioned it on the 4th gen. Ipod touch 4th gen works great now.

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I just successfully transferred an iPod touch 2nd gen home button flex cable to a iPod touch 4th gen. Only thing needed is a very thin spacer. I ripped apart the original home button and there was a super slim metal conact I was able to reuse. I did notice the back side on the 2nd gen is offset a little. I just repositioned it on the 4th gen. Ipod touch 4th gen works great now.

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