Can you replace the Digitizer only on a 4G?

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Tazadoobii, Jun 27, 2012.

  1. Tazadoobii macrumors newbie

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    I've acquired an iPod Touch 4G for £20 (get in!). Only problem is, the digitizer is cracked. I've looked on eBay for replacements and it looks like buying the LCD & Digi together is the best option? If this is the case, why is this?

    I'd rather just pay for a new Digitizer, assuming the hassle isn't much worse than putting both LCD and Digi together in one package?

    Thanks guys :)
     
  2. hondaboy945 macrumors member

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    One piece

    They are one bonded piece and cheap.
     
  3. TyroneShoes2 macrumors regular

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    What in the world is a "digitizer"?

    That refers to analog-to-digital conversion. Any ADC is done in iTunes. The iPod is strictly a digital device with the content in the digital domain already, although it does have a DAC for analog audio playback into the earbuds.

    "Digitizer" sounds like a misnomer; nothing is ever "digitized" inside an iPod.
     

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