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Upgrading Ipod Classic to 240 gb
Greetings. My iPod is full. I proposr buying a 240 GB hard drive to update my iPod
My concern is opening the case and installing the drive. Anyone tried this before ?
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It's rated "very difficult", but it's possible. Guide
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Or you can watch this, though the video changes the HDD to a flash card, it's the same concept.
EDIT: Added embed for video link.
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Thanks, it was the ifixit guide that got me worried and hence my inquiry. It seems like the kind of thing that gets easier with practice. I am just queasy about practicing on my ipod...
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