Originally Posted by NewOne17
I think we have a bit of missunderstanding here. I don't intend spending 200€ on an iPod itself. 200€ for iPod + 64/120GB SSD, is what I had in mind
That's what I thought you meant, the 128gb contraption will eat up a major chunk of it say around 130$ US on average and the iPod depending if you want to keep it as is, that would fetch an additional 60$ for a 30gb 5g, bringing the total to around 190$ US or about 125 pounds so it's well below the 200 pounds, shipping etcetera will eat a few more pounds but not to the point of costing more than 200 pounds.
What do you want to do on that iPod if you don't mind me asking as far as refurbishing work is concerned?
Originally Posted by niof
I have one 6th gen classic (Order No: MB029LL/A* Model No: A1238 (EMC 2173)), and when i opened it, I was very surprised, because I found this HDD:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/83971178/IMG_20130808_163657.jpgMy question, can I replace it with SSD or mSATA? Any experience? Works fine? (This Samsung have bad sectors, it need to be changed soon.)
Thanks for your help!
I did my iPod 6th gen has now the front acrylic cover of a 5 gen with the 5 gen frame I had in surplus and a sdxc card in it.
You have the choice, you can either go with a cf card, an sdxc card or SSD drive but avoid the mSata drive too many people seem to have power issues with it.
Chuck this old crummy drive and go for flash memory, it's more fun that way.
Go back a few pages, I gave link references for instructions on how to and compatible parts.Edited by musicheaven - 8/8/13 at 4:27pm