I broke my Ipod touch 2g :(

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  1. KeneticSight

    KeneticSight New Member

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    Well i broke my ipod touch while putting on invisible shield cus i neglected to follow the wait 12-24 hours and i turned it on and the home button hardly worked. So i restarted it and it still didnt work so i did it again......well lets say when you first turn on your touch u have to plug it into a computer well that picture came up. so i plugged it in and it said this device has malfunctioned!!!!:0. iTunes wouldnt even recognise it so im returning it today to get a new 1............. thank god for longer than one month of warranty.

    Tip#1 listen to invisible shield and dont turn your device on in like 18hours

    Tip#2 Dont be retarded like me lol

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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    good. that is a good warning. lucky me i followed the instructions

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  3. Skeptikal

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    why cant u turn it on for 24 hours
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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    because of the liquid that you applied to the invisishield
  5. nj4x4fever

    nj4x4fever New Member

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    Instructions??? What are they?? Am I missing something here?? I just first plugged mine into a generic car charger on the way home from the Apple store and once I got home, I plugged it into my HP Laptop and all is well.
    Peace!
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    KeneticSight New Member

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    Yeah it is a good warning lols im guna give it another try but this time not turning it on for a while lolz.


    You have to let the solution dry that you spray on the screen protector otherwise it will mess with the electronics inside and malfuntion them.
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    You're a lucky one.
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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    oh not again orange.7 posting useless things again damn you.

    btw, can you just return your ipod to the store and get a new one?
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    How much solution did you use?

    After I put my BSE on my iPod, I became impatient. I turned mine after 6 hours, and it worked fine.
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    yea. You're missing the fact that he applied an invisible shield to his iPod which requires the use of a liquid to prevent bubbles. Then he turned it on. Invisible shields are a waste of money IMO. Go to xpel.com I got 2 3foot roles for under $20. It's the exact same thing.

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