Any iPod repair place should be able to do it. It's not that hard to do yourself but if your uncomfortable then take it to someone. The hardest part is opening the iPod but once you have that done, it's all just a matter of unplugging the old parts and plugging in the new ones. If you change your mind and want to try it yourself, HMU, I can walk you through the whole thing.Are there any companies that will swap out the HD and battery on iPods? I'm not very confident doing it myself. I've got an 80GB classic that's still going strong but I know it won't last forever.
I'm not sure If you found out but I have bought a 128gb sd card to try and put into an iPod photo (4g I think). I figured if it doesn't work then I'll just use it in my camera. My iPods broken so nothing really to lose.I've got an iPod Color (4G) and a couple of Minis that I am thinking of upgrading with CF and/or SD. Anybody know what the limits are?
Sorry if this is a FAQ, but I can't seem to find solid answers via Google.