Introduction

This guide shows how to remove the back panel from the 1st Generation iPod Touch.

  1. Opening the case is a tough and potentially dangerous task. A good amount of force is required to wedge the plastic opening tool in between the case seams. The case may be damaged if this step is not done properly. Make sure not to hurt yourself while opening your iPod.
    • Opening the case is a tough and potentially dangerous task. A good amount of force is required to wedge the plastic opening tool in between the case seams. The case may be damaged if this step is not done properly. Make sure not to hurt yourself while opening your iPod.

    • Insert the small plastic opening tool into the seam in between plastic display panel and the metal back panel. The angled edge should point towards the metal back panel.

    • Hold the tool in place once it is wedged inside and the two panels are separated.

  2. There are seven interlocking retaining clips on each side of the iPod. The large plastic opening tool will be used to separate the front panel from the metal back of the iPod. Insert the large opening tool into the right side of the iPod, with the edge of the tool pointing towards the metal back. Gently enlarge the existing crevice by wiggling the large opening tool and moving it to the right.
    • There are seven interlocking retaining clips on each side of the iPod. The large plastic opening tool will be used to separate the front panel from the metal back of the iPod.

    • Insert the large opening tool into the right side of the iPod, with the edge of the tool pointing towards the metal back.

    • Gently enlarge the existing crevice by wiggling the large opening tool and moving it to the right.

    • Continue doing so until the right side of the iPod is loose.

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  4. Switch to the other side of the iPod. Follow the same procedure as in the previous step to release the seven clips holding the panels in place. Once the panels are separated on this side, the back panel can be separated from the rest of the iPod.
    • Switch to the other side of the iPod.

    • Follow the same procedure as in the previous step to release the seven clips holding the panels in place.

    • Once the panels are separated on this side, the back panel can be separated from the rest of the iPod.

  5. Gently lift the rear panel using your fingers. The front and back of the iPod should now be completely separated. The gold antenna (third picture) can easily fall out from its housing. Make sure that the antenna is securely in place before closing the iPod.
    • Gently lift the rear panel using your fingers.

    • The front and back of the iPod should now be completely separated.

    • The gold antenna (third picture) can easily fall out from its housing. Make sure that the antenna is securely in place before closing the iPod.

  6. The back panel can now be replaced.
    • The back panel can now be replaced.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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