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Herramientas Destacadas en este Teardown

Introducción

Desmontamos este iPod el 10 de septiembre de 2008.

Este desmontaje no es una guía de reparación. Para reparar tu iPod Nano 4th Generation, utiliza nuestros manuales de servicio .

  1. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación, Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 1, imagen 1 de 1
    • ¡El iPod Nano 4G!

    • Muchas de las características del nuevo Nano están basadas en software, pero todavía hay muchos cambios interesantes en su interior.

    • Estamos emocionados de ver exactamente cómo integraron el vidrio curvo en la caja.

    • Por supuesto, teníamos que conseguir el naranja.

    this is just kool!... i like iPod... i heard muzic on it ... but never have looked inside it!.. actually which parts are there... thanks for this kool review... :) http://www.buyergen.com

    dean miller - Contestar

    This is much easier to follow on how to do this people.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zh3kPGza...

    D3VEUS - Contestar

  2. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 2, imagen 1 de 1
    • Contenido estándar incluido. Tienes que desembolsar más de $ 80 para obtener los nuevos y elegantes auriculares con control de volumen.

    • Estamos trabajando en el desmontaje ahora.

    • Por cierto, nos gustaría felicitar a Apple por su progreso ambiental. El único aspecto que olvidan mencionar es la facilidad de reparación para garantizar su reutilización. Afortunadamente, lo tenemos cubierto allí.

    • Pronto haremos una Guía iFixit para el nuevo Nano. ¡Manténganse al tanto!

  3. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 3, imagen 1 de 1
    • Nano, nano, gordo nano, nano.

  4. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 4, imagen 1 de 1
    • La familia Nano, menos la 3.ª generación. La pantalla del nuevo Nano es casi el doble de alta que la del Nano original.

  5. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 5, imagen 1 de 1
    • Apple dice que es "más delgado que nunca. Claro, si tienes un micrómetro. ¡Pero el estuche curvo seguro se siente bien!

    Sorry to be so direct but Steps 1 through 5 are useless. They tell you nothing about taking this item apart. If this information is necessary then perhaps a "History" icon can be created so when you click it it will give this information.

    Tony R - Contestar

  6. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 6, imagen 1 de 1
    • La parte superior del Nano, después de quitar el bisel superior de plástico.

    • Este diseño es muy similar al Nano de segunda generación, incluidos los tornillos Phillips increíblemente pequeños y difíciles de quitar.

    Hi! please, how did u remove the top bezel? does it damage when removing it?

    FanMac - Contestar

    Cita de soporte:

    Hi! please, how did u remove the top bezel? does it damage when removing it?

    you grab a simple razor or object thats slender and reomve the top beze with it

    person - Contestar

    I found another website that explains the process of taking the Nano 4th gen apart much better than here. Perhaps ifixit can refer to it and make it more clearer to other people how to take them apart much easier than described above.

    http://www.rapidrepair.com/guides/nano4g...

    Sorry ifixit, but your description wasn't as clear here and i ended up breaking the click wheel cable. don't want others like me to do the same thing here cos your website does have great guides, just this one wasn't as great.

    Madhatta87 - Contestar

    Cita de Madhatta87:

    I found another website that explains the process of taking the Nano 4th gen apart much better than here. Perhaps ifixit can refer to it and make it more clearer to other people how to take them apart much easier than described above.

    http://www.rapidrepair.com/guides/nano4g...

    Sorry ifixit, but your description wasn't as clear here and i ended up breaking the click wheel cable. don't want others like me to do the same thing here cos your website does have great guides, just this one wasn't as great.

    The teardown is not meant as a take apart guide. In the introduction there is a warning "Teardowns provide a look inside a device and should not be used as disassembly instructions" and on step 8 "We'll be working on finding a better way to get into this iPod, but for now we'd recommend keeping your new Nano in one piece."

    Chris Cline - Contestar

    I don't mean to blame ifixit but I also broke the wheel and lock cables following this teardown (teardowns for other devices are much more complete).. now my question is: is there a way to repair, change or solder these really thin cables?

    cgf - Contestar

    Cita de Chris:

    The teardown is not meant as a take apart guide. In the introduction there is a warning "Teardowns provide a look inside a device and should not be used as disassembly instructions" and on step 8 "We'll be working on finding a better way to get into this iPod, but for now we'd recommend keeping your new Nano in one piece."

    Chris,

    Isn't your reply contradictory to goal of iFix?

    To make less e-waste by fixing what we have and not trashing it.

    I see that at some point iFix will have to decide to either give detailed 'teardowns' or forget doing them.

    I too tried to follow these steps to try and dry out a Nano that I found in the rain. I tore the connectors. Now I am wondering whether there are replacement parts for this or if I just made a bunch of 'e-waste'.

    Tony R - Contestar

    Cita de robbinstony:

    Chris,

    Isn't your reply contradictory to goal of iFix?

    To make less e-waste by fixing what we have and not trashing it.

    I see that at some point iFix will have to decide to either give detailed 'teardowns' or forget doing them.

    I too tried to follow these steps to try and dry out a Nano that I found in the rain. I tore the connectors. Now I am wondering whether there are replacement parts for this or if I just made a bunch of 'e-waste'.

    Creating a guide for anyone to use to take fix a device is difficult and time consuming. It will take us weeks to figure out the best way to take apart a device so that we don't destroy it in the process. However, people are often interested in what is inside a device. We use the "Teardown" section for this. We do not have a safe way of taking apart the device yet but we want to show people what is inside. We warn people not to follow these steps because we were interested in what was inside and did not know how to do it safely. We will create guides for the iPod Nano 4th Generation in the future but are busy with other things. We try very hard to tell people the difference between a "Guide" and a "Teardown." We have many detailed guides for fixing things but the teardowns are meant to "provide a look inside a device and should not be used as disassembly instructions."

    Chris Cline - Contestar

    What tool od i need to get in order to remove the coverings?

    dan - Contestar

  7. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 7, imagen 1 de 1
    • Aquí no hay sorpresas, al igual que el otro extremo, excepto un tornillo extra.

    • El conector de base de 3,2 mm de ancho parece bastante grande en comparación con el iPod. Apple no podrá hacer que sus iPods sean mucho más delgados sin un nuevo conector de base.

  8. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 8, imagen 1 de 1
    • Desaafortunadamente, al igual que cualquier otro Nano, este iPod no fue diseñado teniendo en cuenta la capacidad de servicio. Deslizar el interior fuera de la carcasa resultó bastante difícil.

    • Trabajaremos para encontrar una mejor manera de entrar en este iPod, pero por ahora recomendamos mantener su nuevo Nano en una sola pieza.

    • Desliza el interior hacia afuera hasta que se vea el conector más bajo, aproximadamente 1/4 de pulgada. Asegúrate de deshacer este conector antes de deslizar el interior hacia afuera como se ve en la imagen.

    You cannot slide this part out all the way until you have disconnected it from the 'click-wheel' and the display screen. Some how you'll have to remove the exterior screen and then partially slide out the interior screen display so your can see the connector ribbion...it is under some tape. Once the screen is disconnected it should slide out with out any problem. BUT you'll need to 'gently' pry-up on the battery to un-stick it from the back of the casing...THEN you can slide the bottom piece out.

    Tony R - Contestar

    Battery is glued to the case.This glue seal must be broken in order to slide the logic board out of the case.No matter how you pry, there's always a bit of sticky battery in contact witth the case.Take the bubble pack which the new battery came in and cut a strip about 1.5inches wide and 4inches long.This is stiff enough and thin enough to slide between the battery and case. The rest is easy.

    Pete Green - Contestar

  9. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 9, imagen 1 de 1
    • Extracción de la pantalla LCD.

    • Una de las características más emocionantes del nuevo Nano es lo que cubre la pantalla LCD: vidrio real.

    • Los iPod Nano anteriores han sido increíblemente duraderos. Con suerte, lo mismo ocurrirá con este iPod, incluso con una pantalla de vidrio cubierta. Ciertamente apreciamos la adición de vidrio real; es agradable ver que algunas de las mejoras de los dispositivos más grandes y caros de Apple llegan al Nano.

    Except that the glass breaks really easily! I just got mine, I dropped it and it shattered, on day one. Fortunately it still works but I will really have to watch the LCD screen.

    Drallemicu - Contestar

    The ipod nano 4th gen is actually realy easy to get into. I will be putting to ifixit with my teardown of the ipod nano 4th gen

    bear250sxf - Contestar

    hi. i spilt coke on my ipod 4th gen.. Is there anyway these steps would work? plz, plz, plz HELP ME!!!!!!!!

    bob123 - Contestar

    Cita de bear250sxf:

    The ipod nano 4th gen is actually realy easy to get into. I will be putting to ifixit with my teardown of the ipod nano 4th gen

    HOW DO U DO IT? I DONT GET HOW U OPEN THE BOTTOM OF THE IPOD. PLZ HELP ME! =(

    bob123 - Contestar

    i dropped my i-pod in the washing machine...everything still works appart from the screen any one know how i can fix it?

    ineedhelp96 - Contestar

    simple buy a screen and iPod opening tools right off this site then use the instructions

    Cita de ineedhelp96:

    i dropped my i-pod in the washing machine...everything still works appart from the screen any one know how i can fix it?

    tman - Contestar

  10. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 10, imagen 1 de 1
    • Afortunadamente, el vidrio está separado de la carcasa. De hecho, nada más que las partes internas del iPod mantienen el vidrio en su lugar en la carcasa.

    • El frente del vidrio está curvado para que coincida con el frente del iPod. El vidrio tiene aproximadamente 0,7 mm de espesor en los bordes y 1,7 mm de espesor en el medio.

    • La nueva pantalla LCD tiene casi exactamente el mismo tamaño que la pantalla LCD Nano de tercera generación. La única diferencia es que en lugar de una resolución de 320x240, ahora obtienes 240x320.

    Can you replace the glass without opening the ipod?

    Purplehorse - Contestar

  11. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 11, imagen 1 de 1
    • a batería no es muy grande, pero tampoco lo es el iPod. Apple afirma que esta batería delgada mantendrá al Nano reproduciendo música durante 24 horas.

  12. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 12, imagen 1 de 1
    • La parte superior de la placa lógica. Estamos trabajando en la identificación de los chips.

    • El procesador principal parece ser un procesador ARM de marca Apple fabricado por Samsung con DRAM en el paquete. Según el código de fecha, este procesador se fabricó a principios de julio de 2008.

    • Marcas en el procesador principal: 339S0049 ARM, K4X56323PI-KGC4, YWE025QH 825, APL0278A00, N1B2HOP 0831

    • Chip con el logotipo de Apple sobre el procesador: 338S0687-AC, 08288HBB

    • Pequeño chip negro debajo del procesador principal: 33DL, 2827

    • Chip Apple brillante en la parte inferior derecha: 338S055C, 189N0824, SGP

    What about the accelerometer?

    phlyboi - Contestar

  13. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 13, imagen 1 de 1
    • El otro lado, dominado por el chip flash Toshiba de 8 GB.

    • En el chip: TH58NVG6D1DLA87, U20516, JAPÓN, 0826MAE

  14. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 14, imagen 1 de 1
    • Desafortunadamente, la batería está soldada a la placa lógica. Reemplazar la batería del Nano no será fácil.

  15. Desmontaje del iPod Nano de 4.ª generación: paso 15, imagen 1 de 1
    • Todas las partes. La placa principal es increíblemente pequeña, especialmente considerando todas las características incluidas en este iPod.

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5 comentarios

Hi!

please someone tell me if you can replace or repair the broken flat interior and how?

Thank you!

Greetings

raffatizia - Contestar

Advice for anyone looking to attempt a repair on this device: If you're experienced in soldering and have a heat gun with a very small tip, I recommend it on this repair. When completing a battery replacement, applying heat to the 4 solder pads that hold it in place, all at once, makes it much easier to remove the battery. Liquid solder flux applied to be pads, beforehand, also reduces the amount of direct heat to the board, needed, to remove the battery. Of course, once the battery becomes desoldered, that where your soldering skills come into the picture. It's not the easiest repair in the world but it is possible with a little bit of, aforementioned, soldering skill.

Corey Hawkins - Contestar

hi there I have the same model as above but with a cracked screen, it still works fine though but I was going to purchase a faulty one which is one good condition apart from the fact it dont work. Should it be easy easy to swap screen or even to change swap the internals from one to the other?

Pete Taylor

pwtaylor_uk@hotmail.com

pwtaylor_uk - Contestar

hello easy to do it. simply follow the procedure on youtube, many video showing how to avoid to break the circuits 5 é circuits could be broken if inattention). regards

ROUIS -

!&&* I ‘m happy to discover this thread ! i have an Ipod nano 4G which only start and work when pluged on an USB port. If i disconnect, all is down. I discovered also when usb pluged that the battery was full and all ok on that side. Could I suspect the Power processor ? and where can i find the value and also values of capâcitors around it if I want to buy and change all of them ? thank a lot for any kind help.

ROUIS - Contestar

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