Custom 7G Classic ?s

Discussion in 'iPod' started by Taco_97_Thrash, Oct 12, 2016.

  1. Taco_97_Thrash macrumors newbie

    Taco_97_Thrash

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    So here's a fun thing. Building from the ground up a custom IPod 7g Classic. Using all after markets parts. Got tons of questions as I'll be using stuff I haven't used before.
    1) looking at iFlash Pro SSD, they come with the option of running 1/2/4 cards at once (like SD) and you select in your settings which one to use (I think)
    2) How the hell do they install? Look like they have holes to screw down into.
    3) Does it replace my Logic board?
    4) Is there anyway to get a bigger screen in there or better one?
    5) Rockbox, can I still download music off of ITunes?
    6) Back to the Iflash, can I run 4 2 TB cards for a total of 8Tb?
    7) Any titanium face/back plates?
    8) Anyone know of running any games on it (like older simple ones from NES for example)
    9) A way of hooking a controller up to it
    10) getting a Bluetooth in it?

    Lots of questions but I love the classic for: the simplicity, the size of them, the click wheel, and I basically wanna make it like a tiny super computer in a way to.

    If y'all got any other great ideas, please add on! I love ideas!!

    Thanks, Taco
     
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  3. SuperMatt macrumors 6502

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  4. Taco_97_Thrash thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I only saw Rockbox, I never really looked into other software besides the stock Apple OS.

    On the compatibility side, it looks to be only compatible with gen 1-5.5.

    I do like the sounds of it, more game console style.
     
  5. SuperMatt macrumors 6502

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    I put linux on my 1G iPod. Had a couple more games on it and was fun to mess with, but I went back to the stock OS.
     

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