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Welcome to the iPod nano Take-Apart manual. Nanos are small and fragile, so you have to handle them with care. The inside is pretty much one piece including the logic board, battery (which is soldered on), RAM (2 or 4GB), headphone jack, and data port. There is one slight difference between the design of the 2GB and 4GB models. The 2GB model in the revisions seen so far have a socketed daughterboard. This allows for easy replacement of the RAM by just removing a couple of screws. The 4GB models have the RAM chip soldered directly to the logic board making it nearly impossible to change RAM chips without the proper soldering equipment. This manual will show a comparison between the two models a little bit later.
Begin by removing any cable that may be attatched to the iPod mini including headphones or docking cables. At the top and bottom of the iPod Mini are white oval plastic inserts. Using a flat head tool gently pry the insert out. It is held on by a very light adhesive and 3 clips. It should come off easily. Do not use too much force in prying or you may damage your casing. It is also recommended to use a plastic or nylon tool (available from our store) so you do not scratch the casing.
Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the innovative TuneBase FM from Belkin. This product is designed to mount, stabilize, charge, power, and play your iPod as you drive. Please review this User Manual carefully so that you can be sure to get the most from your iPod, virtually anywhere you go. Firmware Required For complete compatibility, confirm your iPod has the following version of firmware. To check your iPod’s firmware, select the “Settings” menu and then select the “About” menu. Your iPod’s version is listed under “Version”. If your firmware is out of date, consult the manufacturer’s website to download an updated version. iPod