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  1. InvisibleMan

    InvisibleMan New Member

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    Anybody got any tutorials for taking a ipod touch 2G in bits, Without damaging it. (don't ask)

    I'm adding extra memory. And changing things a bit.
  2. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    your adding extra memory and changing things.... i wouldnt start doing that tbh
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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    thats not possible, unless a professional in the field of electronics.
    its not like a laptop or a computer where you can add memory etc etc.
    its much more complicated to learn about the ipod touch hardware

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  4. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    exactly, one wrong move and your ipods f***ed...

    jlgm25 your avitar is anoying lol

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    flashing hurtz my eyez o.0
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    tat.zizzy Member

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    For upgrading memory u will have to rip off the memory UNO and solder on a new one with the exact same specifications. And also do not forget it also has to have the operating system!! Without it ur touh will transform into a pen drive!! LOL!!! In short NOT POSSIBLE!!!
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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    i meant to put it there. to annoy people
    we are out of the topic again. lol
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    i really doubt your going to be able to do that lol, but go ahead and kill you inocent iPod.

    just google it, im sure its out there somewhere.
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