This is an official Powerbookmedic.com take-apart manual for the 1st generation iPod Touch with model number A1213.

Powerbook Medic

9 months ago
@Jazz - if it won't sync up to the computer, there isn't much you can do. Any music on there should still be on your computer or redownloadable from the music store.

Jazz

9 months ago
When I plug my iPod into the computer it lights up and shows the apple but then blacks out. It will not show up at all on my mac or PC and I've tried many restoring processes. Please do you know of there's any way possible to get my music off of the logic board? I've tried many restoring software's and still nothing. I just want the data of music.

ali

2 years ago
i think the taken parts preussces was obviouse and clear enught, but if there's any other vids that would explain how to diagnost i pod awsome

Powerbook Medic

3 years ago
@ramadhani - we offer a repair service if you want to send it in to us for a free diagnosis.

ramadhani

3 years ago
my ipod usb device is don't want to work

Powerbook Medic

3 years ago
@John - sometimes you can solder it back, but in most situations it requires a new logic board.

John

3 years ago
The gold clip that works in sync with the power button was laying inside when I took it apart. "The one on the logic board". Is there a way to fix this ?

Powerbook Medic

3 years ago
@CRB - unfortunately the dock connector is soldered onto the logic board on this model, so you'll just need to decide if it is cost effective to repair or replace.
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