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My sister received the new Nano for her birthday, I was left with the 2nd gen, and her old mini lie in her room collecting dust!She received a ...
Here is what you need to complete this job:iPod MiniFlat-head ScrewdriveriTunesMac/PCAny other micro drive that can fit into the pins that the old micro drive fit in to.That ...
Here is the most tricky part of this process. You have to pry open the top, and bottom white pieces of plastic off. Take your screwdriver, and try ...
Now it is time to pull out the guts of the iPod away from the casing.There are two screws on the top of the iPod. Unscrew them, and ...
This step is pretty easy.There is tape that is holding the micro drive to the circuit board, so all you have to do is take the tape off, ...
Now it is time to grab your 5GB micro drive. I salvaged mine from a Dell Pocket DJ that had a broken screen. I never got around to ...
Now slide the iPod back into the metal casing. It should fit pretty well.KEEP IN MIND: There is a connection on the bottom, that must fit an input ...
Ok, so if you made it to this step, I am proud of you. It has been a rough ride.However, since you have been here you should have ...
Now just add as much music as you like. You have an extra Gigabyte!
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