This is an official Powerbookmedic.com take-apart video for the 2nd generation iPod Mini.

12 Comments Parts Tools

Powerbook Medic

13 months ago
@Rajkumar - it sounds like you need to restore the iPod in iTunes.

RAJKUMAR SONDHI

13 months ago
I M DELET THE SONGS BUT SUDANLE PUT THE RONG BUTTEN ALL APPLCATIONS DELITE.I WANT A DOWNLODE AGAIN APPLICATIONS

Powerbook Medic

3 years ago
@donald - you can request a repair quote using the Send-in Mac Repair link above and our techs will try to figure out what you need.

donald C

3 years ago
The video is great but I didn't see a trouble shooting guide to tell me what parts I may need to replace

edgranda

3 years ago
Excellent tutorial very explicative, thanks for the information

Powerbook Medic

3 years ago
@mest - I would check the headphone jack connection and see if it is damaged or if the socket on the logic board is damaged.

mest

3 years ago
i tried changing the battery on my ipod without realising that the audio jack is connected to the motherboard. After i tried fixing it back together and tried playing it, theres no sound coming out of it. Any ideas to solve this issue?

MUT

4 years ago
Hey how do i get my ipod mini to on windows media player

Powerbook Medic

4 years ago
@lionthefly - i would reset it with iTunes if you haven't already just to rule out a software issue.

lionthefly

4 years ago
Really informative video. Thanks. I have this ipod but it won't turn on anymore, unless I reset it each time by pressing center button and menu button for 20 seconds or so. Takes a couple of tries usually. Any ideas?

Powerbook Medic

4 years ago
@trojan - you can try to solder it, but most likely it won't be fixable without replacing the part.

trojan

4 years ago
Hi i really enjoyed your video, i wished i had watched it before taking apart my ipod and causing a mess. I have a problem, i wanted to replace the battery of my ipod mini and ended up not disconnecting the connector from the bottom and it came off the cable. I dont know what to do now cos the ipod is acting up. can i solder the connector back to the brown cable? I really need help fast. Thanks
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