We Repair all Models of iPods
iPods can experience adverse conditions while in normal use. Touch screens are particularly vulnerable to scratches, shattering, and loss of touch-sensing. Group Micro’s experts are Apple Certified, and we carry parts in-house for immediate work. We will evaluate the damage and let you know if it wouldcost less to buy a new device.
Helpful Advice | Try This First
Group Micro believes in solving the problem and not charging unnecessary fees. These steps can help revive a troubled iPod and save the time and money that would otherwise be spent on parts/labor.
1. Reset your iPod. Holding the [Menu + Center] buttons for at least six seconds will normally reset the device. Hold [Menu + Play] on the third-generation iPods to perform a reset.
2. Reconnect the iPod with a different USB or FireWire to a different port on your computer (The latest iPod models can only be synced through USB/iPod Video and USB/iPod Nano connections.)
3. Restart the computer and check to make sure the latest software updates are installed.
4. Reinstall the iPod and iTunes software. You can download the latest versions of iPod Updater and iTunes from Apple.com.
5. Restore the iPod using the latest iPod Updater. (Please note that restoring an iPod will erase all songs and files on your iPod and restore it back to its original settings!)
Group Micro values our UCLA and community clients. We will make sure the services we recommend are absolutely necessary before we perform them.