I fix iPods, iPhones and Apple Watches.
I have never successfully jumped rope.
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I can’t think of any reason to do this.
No points given.
It’s possible that you put one of the 1.3mm screws into the 1.2mm hole. That hole is right under the button.
I would never use a knife like this to remove the screen. It’s way to wide to get in between the glass and body, without potentially breaking the glass. I use the Ultra Thin iFlex Opening Tool, sold by IFIXIT. Seriously. You won’t wanna use a fat blade like that after you take the iFlex for a test drive.
I’ve actually seen videos where the guy separates the digitizer from the display. Very tricky procedure and I don’t wanna do it.
It sounds like a Force Touch Gasket issue to me. You’ll need to replace the FTG and be careful to avoid stretching the cables attached to the screen. F the display works ok it should be fine.
Thank you for an awesome guide. It got a little dodgy for a second there, but I replaced the screen, Force Touch Gasket and Battery. It works as new!
I have no idea why they include the extra adhesives. When I tried to use one the screen sat too high and it looked bad.
I just replaced a battery and Logic Board in an iPod 2nd Generation. Totally easy; No soldering necessary. The hardest part was waiting for the Logic Board in the mail.
I wish all iPods were this easy to fix!
I CAN NOT find this midframe screw tab.