Repair a cracked iPod classic screen easily with this guide. You firstly will need to disassemble the device and replace the glass. The glass screen of a vertically-shaped iPod nano is vulnerable to damage due to the lack of any front-mounted protection. You will need a few common tools and some you can purchase from an iPod supply store along with a replacement glass screen. Repairing the cracked screen yourself instead of sending it to a service center will save you time and money.
Insert the tip of the iPod opening tool into the seam between the top plate and the nano's case on one side. Slide the tip across the width of the nano to loosen the plate from the case. Repeat this on the other side of the plate. Insert the tip into the center of the plate and lift upwards. Pull the plate off the top and place it aside. Remove the screws now revealed in the top with the screwdriver.
Place the LCD module on the towel face up. Insert the tip of the flat-edged screwdriver into a clip on one side of the LCD module. Lift up on the tip to release the clip. Repeat this on the other side of the LCD module.
Insert the bottom of the logic board into the top of the nano's case. Push the logic board back into the nano. Reattach the screws on the top of the nano. Place the top plate back into position. Reattach the screws.