How to replace a touch screen
The touch screen iPod Touch controls all functions of the media player – replacing buttons that otherwise would have to be included. A broken or faulty touch screen can be replaced by the owner of iPod Touch, saving the cost and time lost in a service center. A center for few tools and to replace a touch screen will require repair and supply iPod, but does not need knowledge about special electronics. However, do it yourself will void the warranty.
1. Put a bath towel on the table. Slide the lock switch on the top of the iPod Touch for the orange stripe can be seen. Place the touch screen on the bath towel with the lock switch away from you.
2. Insert the iPod opening tool into the joint between the back and front bezel rubber. Pull the tool along the touch screen to release the clips. Repeat this step on the other side.
3. Insert the iPod opening tool into the joint between the upper half of the back and front bezel rubber. Push the tool until the clip inside loosens. Repeat this procedure on the left and right of the dock connector on the bottom side of the touch screen.
4. Turn the iPod Touch. Pull up the right side of the front rubber cover off the back cover again. Insert the tip of a flat screwdriver box in the upper left corner of the front rubber cover to release the cable from the digitizer inside the back cover. Pop the front bezel rubber.
5. Push out the touch screen bezel with your fingers. Get rid of it properly.
6. Place the touch screen replacement part the same way that I was brought out above. Push the replacement touch screen on the bezel firmly to locked.
7. Insert the plug of the cable into the scanner at the top left of the screen.
8. Put the bezel back on the back cover. Press down on the sides, top and bottom to engage again.