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IPad 2 GSM con 16, 32 o 64 GB de almacenamiento y un procesador Dual Core A5. Número de modelo A1396. La reparación es complicada y requiere calor y palanca.

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Can I swap the eMMC chip from an iPod touch 5th generation.

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I have an iPad 2 GSM which doesn’t seem to turn on, that is it just shows the Apple logo and then nothing else.Tried restoring it with iTunes but the restore doesn’t complete and I get an error.

When I took it to a repair shop they figured out that it was caused by the eMMC and that they don’t have replacements.

I also happen to have an iPod touch 5th gen which also has the same processor and such as the iPad 2.So i was wondering if its eMMC could be swapped with the iPad.

Thanks in advance!

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There is no eMMC module in either the iPod's or iPad's or iPhone's

Apple uses custom flash chips.

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Replacing a NAND IC on the iPad 2 is doable but as Dan mentions, it requires a special programmer and micro-soldering skills. I don't know if the iPod Touch NAND IC is compatible or not but functionally speaking, compatible NAND’s are available via Chinese vendors.

The question really becomes wether you’d want to spend the money to have this done to an older device like an iPad 2. It would certainly be much cheaper than the prices quoted in Dan’s answer but IMO, still expensive in relation to the value of an old iPad.

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Swapping chips around is not something I recommend, Unless you really know what you are doing and have the proper equipment (only pro’s have the needed skills & gear). Even still these devices use special software that prevents swapping out the flash chips alone. Basically, just not doable!

Just review the IFIXIT teardowns:

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iPad 2 3G GSM & CDMA Teardown

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iPod Touch 5th Generation 16 GB 2014 Teardown

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So even if the chips where swapped successfully by a pro,it won’t work?

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The cost factor and risks doesn't make it worth the effort. Are you going to spend $300 ~ 500 to do this?

Remember! You need to swap out more than the one chip and because of the big differences between these devices the pre-loaded OS is not even compatible across them. And besides the flash chips are not the same.

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Hey Dan, a NAND swap would be much cheaper than this (although still not worth it IMO) and the IC is fully formatted prior to installation. iTunes automatically installs the appropriate iOS version when the device is initialized.

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A point I think got lost here is the chip used in the iPad is a combo chip NAND/RAM unlike the iPod which is a NAND.

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That's not what the schematics say, they both use NAND Flash IC's. The A5 SoC is a layered CPU/GPU & SDRAM.

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