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The question to ask is howHopefully you didn't use too much superglue didSuper Glue. That was stupid, but if you use?didn't use too much the damage shouldn't be too bad.
The question to ask is howHopefully you didn't use too much superglue didSuper Glue. That was stupid, but if you use?didn't use too much the damage shouldn't be too bad.
 
Superglue was suchIf you didn't use a dumb choice, i don't know where to start inlot, it's likely you can remove the complaint department or howold screen with little to help you out, but I will giveno effort. However, it WILL get cracked during removal; there's no way around this. If you used a shotlot you're likely to inflict a fair amount of damage on the iPod and may damage other components removing the LCD assembly.
Superglue was suchIf you didn't use a dumb choice, i don't know where to start inlot, it's likely you can remove the complaint department or howold screen with little to help you out, but I will giveno effort. However, it WILL get cracked during removal; there's no way around this. If you used a shotlot you're likely to inflict a fair amount of damage on the iPod and may damage other components removing the LCD assembly.
 
If you did not use a whole lot, you mightI'd honestly recommend just replacing the LCD shield in your iPod; removing the glue isn't going to be able to remove the digitizer clean enougheasy and not have to crackyou'll spend more time removing it too badly,but ifthen you used a fair but, this will be a task to remove it, but if you glued the top and sides on, you may be out of luck removingreplacing the glassshield.
If you did not use a whole lot, you mightI'd honestly recommend just replacing the LCD shield in your iPod; removing the glue isn't going to be able to remove the digitizer clean enougheasy and not have to crackyou'll spend more time removing it too badly,but ifthen you used a fair but, this will be a task to remove it, but if you glued the top and sides on, you may be out of luck removingreplacing the glassshield.
 
IfOnce you were able to remove it enough to remove the metal shield from the iPod entirelydisplay, replace it with onethe midframe. Cleaning the glue from this part is not practical, since a used replacement that works is often cheap to purchase. A parts unit, asiPod will suffice for this if you need to go that route. As long as you can test the home button and see it works, you are golden ondo not need to be picky about anything else. This is the parts unitpart you now need: https://www.ifixit.com/Store/iPod/iPod-Touch-4th-Gen-Midframe/IF146-010-1
IfOnce you were able to remove it enough to remove the metal shield from the iPod entirelydisplay, replace it with onethe midframe. Cleaning the glue from this part is not practical, since a used replacement that works is often cheap to purchase. A parts unit, asiPod will suffice for this if you need to go that route. As long as you can test the home button and see it works, you are golden ondo not need to be picky about anything else. This is the parts unitpart you now need: https://www.ifixit.com/Store/iPod/iPod-Touch-4th-Gen-Midframe/IF146-010-1
 
One trick you can try is picking at it or sanding it down to get it flat, or at least flat enoug when you removeAfter removing the metal shield, wear safety goggles in case glass flies, I learned thismidframe and LCD, check the components and flex cables inside for damage. If you see any and it's serious, I'd just replace the hard way doing a iPod for her and did not have anything happen to me(well, except a minor scratch on my desk)never do something so dumb ever again (if it's your fault).
One trick you can try is picking at it or sanding it down to get it flat, or at least flat enoug when you removeAfter removing the metal shield, wear safety goggles in case glass flies, I learned thismidframe and LCD, check the components and flex cables inside for damage. If you see any and it's serious, I'd just replace the hard way doing a iPod for her and did not have anything happen to me(well, except a minor scratch on my desk)never do something so dumb ever again (if it's your fault).
 
CheckHere's the speaker connection in the iPod now, if it's ripped,parts you might as well tell her the speaker is shot because you need SERIOUS soldering skills unless you can pull off the soldering or know someone who can pull off this soldering dealing with lead free solder

After checking the connector and replacing the RF shield, here is a new digitizer with the
need:
* Display: [product|IF146-000]
* Guide: [guide|3639]
* Display
adhesive you need

[product|IF146-000]

[guide|3639]

[product|IF146-002
should have used: [product|IF146-002]
CheckHere's the speaker connection in the iPod now, if it's ripped,parts you might as well tell her the speaker is shot because you need SERIOUS soldering skills unless you can pull off the soldering or know someone who can pull off this soldering dealing with lead free solder

After checking the connector and replacing the RF shield, here is a new digitizer with the
need:
* Display: [product|IF146-000]
* Guide: [guide|3639]
* Display
adhesive you need

[product|IF146-000]

[guide|3639]

[product|IF146-002
should have used: [product|IF146-002]

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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The question to ask is how much superglue did you use?
 
Superglue was such a dumb choice, i don't know where to start in the complaint department or how to help you out, but I will give it a shot
 
If you did not use a whole lot, you might be able to remove the digitizer clean enough and not have to crack it too badly,but if you used a fair but, this will be a task to remove it, but if you glued the top and sides on, you may be out of luck removing the glass
 
If you were able to remove it enough to remove the metal shield from the iPod entirely, replace it with one from a parts unit, as long as the home button works, you are golden on the parts unit
One
One
trick you can try is picking at it or sanding it down to get it flat, or at least flat enoug when you remove the metal shieldshield, wear safety goggles in case glass flies, I learned this the hard way doing a iPod and did not have anything happen to me(well, except a minor scratch on my desk)
One
One
trick you can try is picking at it or sanding it down to get it flat, or at least flat enoug when you remove the metal shieldshield, wear safety goggles in case glass flies, I learned this the hard way doing a iPod and did not have anything happen to me(well, except a minor scratch on my desk)
 
Check the speaker connection in the iPod now, if it's ripped, you might as well tell her the speaker is shot because you need SERIOUS soldering skills unless you can pull off the soldering or know someone who can pull off this soldering dealing with lead free solder
 
After checking the connector and replacing the RF shield, here is a new digitizer with the adhesive you need
 
[product|IF146-000]
 
[guide|3639]
 
[product|IF146-002]

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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The question to ask is how much superglue did you use?
 
Superglue was such a dumb choice, i don't know where to start in the complaint department or how to help you out, but I will give it a shot
 
If you did not use a whole lot, you might be able to remove the digitizer clean enough and not have to crack it too badly,but if you used a fair but, this will be a task to remove it, but if you glued the top and sides on, you may be out of luck removing the glass
 
If you were able to remove it enough to remove the metal shield from the iPod entirely, replace it with one from a parts unit, as long as the home button works, you are golden on the parts unit
One trick you can try is picking at it or sanding it down to get it flat, or at least flat enoug when you remove the metal shield
 
Check the speaker connection in the iPod now, if it's ripped, you might as well tell her the speaker is shot because you need SERIOUS soldering skills unless you can pull off the soldering or know someone who can pull off this soldering dealing with lead free solder
 
After checking the connector and replacing the RF shield, here is a new digitizer with the adhesive you need
 
[product|IF146-000]
 
[guide|3639]
 
http://www.ifixit.com/iPod-Parts/iPod-Touch-Gen-4-Adhesive-Strips/IF146-002#.T9Kdwr9Lli4[product|IF146-002]
http://www.ifixit.com/iPod-Parts/iPod-Touch-Gen-4-Adhesive-Strips/IF146-002#.T9Kdwr9Lli4[product|IF146-002]

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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The question to ask is how much superglue did you use?
 
Superglue was such a dumb choice, i don't know where to start in the complaint department or how to help you out, but I will give it a shot
 
If you did not use a whole lot, you might be able to remove the digitizer clean enough and not have to crack it too badly,but if you used a fair but, this will be a task to remove it, but if you glued the top and sides on, you may be out of luck removing the glass
 
If you were able to remove it enough to remove the metal shield from the iPod entirely, replace it with one from a parts unit, as long as the home button works, you are golden on the parts unit
 
Check the speaker connection in the iPod now, if it's ripped, you might as well tell her the speaker is shot because you need SERIOUS soldering skills unless you can pull off the soldering or know someone who can pull off this soldering dealing with lead free solder
 
After checking the connector and replacing the RF shield, here is a new digitizer with the adhesive you need
 
[product|IF146-000]
 
[guide|3639]
 
Here is the parts one to get a good RF shield with glass you can remove

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-iPod-touch-4th-Generation-Black-Cracked-Digitizer-Salvageable-Working-LCD-/251064093503?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a74960b3f
http://www.ifixit.com/iPod-Parts/iPod-Touch-Gen-4-Adhesive-Strips/IF146-002#.T9Kdwr9Lli4
Here is the parts one to get a good RF shield with glass you can remove

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-iPod-touch-4th-Generation-Black-Cracked-Digitizer-Salvageable-Working-LCD-/251064093503?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a74960b3f
http://www.ifixit.com/iPod-Parts/iPod-Touch-Gen-4-Adhesive-Strips/IF146-002#.T9Kdwr9Lli4

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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The question to ask is how much superglue did you use?
 
Superglue was such a dumb choice, i don't know where to start in the complaint department or how to help you out, but I will give it a shot
 
If you did not use a whole lot, you might be able to remove the digitizer clean enough and not have to crack it too badly,but if you used a fair but, this will be a task to remove it, but if you glued the top and sides on, you may be out of luck removing the glass
 
If you were able to remove it enough to remove the metal shield from the iPod entirely, replace it with one from a parts unit, as long as the home button works, you are golden on the parts unit
 
Check the speaker connection in the iPod now, if it's ripped, you might as well tell her the speaker is shot because you need SERIOUS soldering skills unless you can pull off the soldering or know someone who can pull off this soldering dealing with lead free solder
 
After checking the connector and replacing the RF shield, here is a new digitizer with the adhesive you need
 
[product|IF146-000]
 
[guide|3639]
 
Here is the parts one to get a good RF shield with glass you can remove
 
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-iPod-touch-4th-Generation-Black-Cracked-Digitizer-Salvageable-Working-LCD-/251064093503?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a74960b3f

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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The question to ask is how much superglue did you use?
 
If you did not use a whole lot, you might be able to remove the digitizer clean enough and not have to crack it too badly,but if you used a fair but, this will be a task to remove it, but if you glued the top and sides on, you may be out of luck removing the glass
 
If you were able to remove it enough to remove the metal shield from the iPod entirely, replace it with one from a parts unit, as long as the home button works, you are golden on the parts unit
 
Check the speaker connection in the iPod now, if it's ripped, you might as well tell her the speaker is shot because you need SERIOUS soldering skills unless you can pull off the soldering or know someone who can pull off this soldering dealing with lead free solder
 
After checking the connector and replacing the RF shield, here is a new digitizer with the adhesive you need
 
[product|IF146-000]
 
[guide|3639]
 
Here is the parts one to get a good RF shield with glued on glass you can remove
Here is the parts one to get a good RF shield with glued on glass you can remove
 
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-iPod-touch-4th-Generation-Black-Cracked-Digitizer-Salvageable-Working-LCD-/251064093503?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a74960b3f

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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The question to ask is how much superglue did you use?
 
If you did not use a whole lot, you might be able to remove the digitizer clean enough and not have to crack it too badly,but if you used a fair but, this will be a task to remove it, but if you glued the top and sides on, you may be out of luck removing the glass
 
If you were able to remove it enough to remove the metal shield from the iPod entirely, replace it with one from a parts unit, as long as the home button works, you are golden on the parts unit
 
Check the speaker connection in the iPod now, if it's ripped, you might as well tell her the speaker is shot because you need SERIOUS soldering skills unless you can pull off the soldering or know someone who can pull off this soldering dealing with lead free solder
 
After checking the connector and replacing the RF shield, here is a new digitizer with the adhesive you need
 
[product|IF146-000]
 
[guide|3639]
 
Here is the parts one to get a good RF shield with no glued on glass you can'tcan remove
Here is the parts one to get a good RF shield with no glued on glass you can'tcan remove
 
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-iPod-touch-4th-Generation-Black-Cracked-Digitizer-Salvageable-Working-LCD-/251064093503?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a74960b3f

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편집 작업: Nick ,

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The question to ask is how much superglue did you use?
 
If you did not use a whole lot, you might be able to remove the digitizer clean enough and not have to crack it too badly,but if you used a fair but, this will be a task to remove it, but if you glued the top and sides on, you may be out of luck removing the glass
 
If you were able to remove it enough to remove the metal shield from the iPod entirely, replace it with one from a parts unit, as long as the home button works, you are golden on the parts unit
If you were able to remove it enough to remove the metal shield from the iPod entirely, replace it with one from a parts unit, as long as the home button works, you are golden on the parts unit
 
Check the speaker connection in the iPod now, if it's ripped, you might as well tell her the speaker is shot because you need SERIOUS soldering skills unless you can pull off the soldering or know someone who can pull off this soldering dealing with lead free solder
 
After checking the connector and replacing the RF shield, here is a new digitizer with the adhesive you need
 
[product|IF146-000]
 
[guide|3639]
 
Here is the parts one to get a good RF shield with no glued on glass you can't remove
 
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-iPod-touch-4th-Generation-Black-Cracked-Digitizer-Salvageable-Working-LCD-/251064093503?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a74960b3f

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원문 게시자: Nick ,

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The question to ask is how much superglue did you use?

If you did not use a whole lot, you might be able to remove the digitizer clean enough and not have to crack it too badly,but if you used a fair but, this will be a task to remove it, but if you glued the top and sides on, you may be out of luck removing the glass

If you were able to remove it enough to remove the shield from the iPod entirely, replace it with one from a parts unit, as long as the home button works, you are golden on the parts unit

Check the speaker connection in the iPod now, if it's ripped, you might as well tell her the speaker is shot because you need SERIOUS soldering skills unless you can pull off the soldering or know someone who can pull off this soldering dealing with lead free solder

After checking the connector and replacing the RF shield, here is a new digitizer with the adhesive you need

[product|IF146-000]

[guide|3639]

Here is the parts one to get a good RF shield with no glued on glass you can't remove

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-iPod-touch-4th-Generation-Black-Cracked-Digitizer-Salvageable-Working-LCD-/251064093503?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a74960b3f

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