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Versión actual por: Todd ,

Título:

iPod No Power On and Not Recognized by Computer

Texto:

Hello iFixit,
 
After using other's iPods for such a while, I decided to pick up an iPod touch 3rd gen 32GB. I love fixing things and tearing things apart, so I've got the heart to do it. But this iPod happens to have a big issue. No power at all. The digitalizer is cracked, and it appears that the LCD has some pressure damage. When hooked up via USB with a known good cable and known good USB port (because it charges a friend's iPod), it does nothing. The mac doesn't see it at all, and the screen doesn't show the fantist sight of life. I tore it down in 30 minutes thanks to the excellent tutorial on this site. The back-plate is really bad, so I'm replacing it. The LCD and digitalizer are probably going to be replaced to after I determine what is wrong. I must thank oldturkey for the link to that website.
 
Continuing, I am unsure what to do next. I am thinking I need to get a multimeter and get the voltages off of the battery to see if it is dead. Or, I need to hook it back up via USB and then read the voltages off of the mainboard, although I am unsure where I would do that.
 
Any ideas?
 
Thanks!
 
 
EDIT JULY 23rd: I ended up selling this since. I tried soldering the battery, rather desoldering, and I couldn't get it. I bought an iPhone 3gs with water damage instead.

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch 3rd Generation

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Todd ,

Título:

iPod No Power On and Not Recognized by Computer

Texto:

Hello iFixit,

After using other's iPods for such a while, I decided to pick up an iPod touch 3rd gen 32GB.  I love fixing things and tearing things apart, so I've got the heart to do it.  But this iPod happens to have a big issue.  No power at all.  The digitalizer is cracked, and it appears that the LCD has some pressure damage.  When hooked up via USB with a known good cable and known good USB port (because it charges a friend's iPod), it does nothing.  The mac doesn't see it at all, and the screen doesn't show the fantist sight of life.  I tore it down in 30 minutes thanks to the excellent tutorial on this site.  The back-plate is really bad, so I'm replacing it.  The LCD and digitalizer are probably going to be replaced to after I determine what is wrong.  I must thank oldturkey for the link to that website.

Continuing, I am unsure what to do next.  I am thinking I need to get a multimeter and get the voltages off of the battery to see if it is dead.  Or, I need to hook it back up via USB and then read the voltages off of the mainboard, although I am unsure where I would do that.

Any ideas?

Thanks!

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch 3rd Generation

Estatus:

open