How To Use These Tools
(1) Metal spudger opening tool
The metal pry tool is used to remove your old screen assembly. The pry tools and guitar picks can also come in handy during the removal of your iPod Touch screen, but will not complete the job alone.
Once inside your iPod Touch, there are small phillips screws that will need to be removed in order to access various areas and remove certain parts, such as the LCD screen.(1) Mini suction cup
The suction cup can help when prying and lifting out the replacement screen.(1) Mini flathead screwdriver
The small flathead is not particularly used in the dis-assembly of the iPod Touch but can come in handy in certain instances or with future repairs.(2) Durable non-conductive pry tools
(2) Durable non-conductive guitar picks
Use the non-conductive pry tools and picks when unplugging cables, unlatching connectors and unplugging antennas that are attached to your iPod Touch logic board. This is a good precaution to avoid potential static and short circuit damage.
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Location: Rio Rancho, NM, United States
'Plastic pry tools snapped with barely any pressure.. Other than that it all worked very well'
Location: Las Cruces, NM, United States
'Very good size for fixing my iPod. My set was not magnetized as advertised.'
Location: Pont-Rouge, Quebec, Canada
Location: Marion, ND, United States
'Get this tool set, it makes life a lot easier when you are trying to get into all those tight spaces for the IPODs. Glad I spent the extra five bucks.'
Location: Howell, MI, United States
'The first not junk tool kit I have found'
Location: Denver, CO, United States
'The magnetic tip screw drivers saved me a lot of grief.'
Location: Urbandale, IA, United States
'The kit was wonderful except for the philips head was too big for the screws. I repair laptops so I have small screw drivers. The rest of the kit was wonderful.'
Location: Henrietta, NY, United States
'These tools were well worth the few dollars.'
Location: Buhl, ID, United States
Location: Compton, CA, United States
'the tools made it easy to work with.'
Location: DALLAS, TX, United States
'very satified with all orders'
Location: San Antonio, TX, United States
'These tools were really useful and convenient! I don't have anything like these tool just "lying" around the house.'
Location: Winterville, NC, United States
'The ipod 4th generaton click dial 20 GB device wss VERY difficult to open. The plastic tools would not work as the edge was not fine enough to pry into the crack. I took a single edged box cutter razor (solution from internet) and pried it into the crack and finally was able to open it. The rest w'
Location: Philadelphia, PA, United States
'The plastic picks didn't work well ,was able to open with metal pry tool.Video was very helpful.'
Location: Roswell, NM, United States
'This tool kit is pretty snazzy and has everything I need to "operate" on my iPod. Thanks guys! Top notch!'
Location: Leesburg, GA, United States
Location: Platteville, WI, United States
'Great kit for opening the device, although one of the plastic pry tools broke pretty easily'
Location: Senoia, GA, United States
'These tools worked great.'
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