6030 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: May 11, 2008 10:04 AM by chapi0109
It seems the LCD screen and the battery need to be replaced for your iPod. After doing few restores, which does not leave you with any other option but
Consider setting up a mail-in repair for your iPod http://depot.info.apple.com/ipod/
Or visit your local Apple Retail Store http://www.apple.com/retail/
In case your iPod is no longer covered by the warranty and you want to find a second repairing company, you can try iPodResQ or ifixit at your own risk
I have replaced my LCD with a brand new screen due to having my previous one cracked, but you think that the battery is somehow affecting it also?
After it's been connected to my computer for a while, it does hold the white blank screen for a good few hours before the battery dying...
Why would this be affecting it's ability to connect to the computer and iTunes without being in forced disk mode?
I am having the same exact issue..I dont know what to do either..I had to replace my screen as well because it cracked...then I was able to restore it and it syncs just like my ipod would always do...It is almost fully functional..I have parts from 3 different ipods of the same gen. and ive tested and done many trials with different pieces..I ordered a new screen and battery ,and have used those parts on mine,so I do not believe that is my problem ..I need help too