So i was replacing my ipod battery...
and I bought this replacement tool kit pack that including these two screw driver, plier-like tools and the battery of course.
I jabbed it into the side of my ipod video like they did in the picture but it didn't work and then the plastic tool (plastic! argh) went blunt so I had to use a metal flathead and smash my way. Replacing the battery itself was pretty easy though. But the sides of my ipod are all smashed in and screwed up cause i tried so hard to pry it open lol
anyone else have experience replacing ipod batteries?
I replaced my iPod photo, the plastic tool is shit. I used a very small screw driver to pry it open. I damaged the side very slightly but it looks ok.
I actually opened my iBook up two nights ago in an attempt to replace the DC In board, but after I closed it up I realised that I didn't check to make sure the board was actually plugged in all the way. So I have to open it up and check. Hopefully the board is bad so I can exchange it.
Also, opening up the laptop is not easy. There are latches all over the side of the casing (at least the bottom of it) and it's a bitch to get them all. The worst part is next to the optical drive; I had to force it open and broke it a little.
I used ifixit.com's guide when I replaced my SO's HD in her iBook. The guide was spot-on.
[quotedd47ca4c43="doylnea"]I used ifixit.com's guide when I replaced my SO's HD in her iBook. The guide was spot-on.[/quotedd47ca4c43]
I am using Powerbookmedic.com's guide. It's also a great guide, but it still doesn't make it a pain in the ass to do.
you should have been patient and used a guitar pick. I've only messed with the insides of my iPod once and it fixed it all up!
Hahaha. I remember replacing my iPod battery. That tool IS shit! I did the exact same thing. It was blunt as shit by the time I realized it was next to useless. I ended up grabbing a butter knife and getting kinda rough. Luckily, I didn't do any damage. If I remember correctly, you couldn't even tell it had been opened.