This is an official Powerbookmedic.com take-apart guide for the 4th generation iPod Touch with model number A1367.

dunsum

1 month ago
WHERE IS THE REST OF THIS VIDEO??? IT ENDS BEFORE THE BATTERY WAS REMOVED WTF????????

Terrie

1 month ago
@THetter - The screws are different sizes if not put back correctly things will go wrong torn ribbons and can even crack the LCD .

Mrs. Larrison

6 months ago
Not gonna lie, I got mad and threw my ipod touch 4th gen. It hit a wall. Now the screen doesn't work and all I can see is the top corner but there are no visible cracks. Is this just a screen repair? I can tell something is happening on the screen I just can't see anything because almost all of it is white.

Gustavo

11 months ago
Hello , I got the iPod fourth generation , when I put it to load it appears the battery all normal, but when I call it simply gets the white screen and I can not do anything , what can it be?

ルイヴィトンエピ長財布

11 months ago
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Powerbook Medic

1 year ago
@Faith - that is most likely a problem with the backlight on the LCD. You may want to try reseating the cable first, but it will most likely require replacing the LCD.

Faith

1 year ago
My iPod powers up, but I'm not able to see the display clearly. Is that a logic board problem or a LCD problem. If i put it at a good angle under light i can see a very dim display. Otherwise, it's pretty much just looks like a black screen. Have done hard reset, and updates but it's still the same. Thanks

Oakley Canada Laval

1 year ago
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