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現在のバージョン作成者: Ron Davis ,

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If you get problems powering up after screen swap, locate the 3 battery terminal beneath the metal cover. Refer to the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Touch+4th+Generation+Battery+Replacement/9829#s17360|batteryguide|9829|battery replacement guide|new_window=trueguide|stepid=17360|new_window=true] to see what the terminal looks like. Find the +3.7 volt terminal using a multimeter (from memoryFrom memory, it's the one on the right as you look at it. it.), and short this terminal briefly to groundground. (The metal plate surrounding the home button will do. do.) Then, plug the phone into a charger, and within seconds you should get your confirmation beep and the screen should show that the phone is charging. Wait a minute or so, and it will boot up.
If you get problems powering up after screen swap, locate the 3 battery terminal beneath the metal cover. Refer to the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Touch+4th+Generation+Battery+Replacement/9829#s17360|batteryguide|9829|battery replacement guide|new_window=trueguide|stepid=17360|new_window=true] to see what the terminal looks like. Find the +3.7 volt terminal using a multimeter (from memoryFrom memory, it's the one on the right as you look at it. it.), and short this terminal briefly to groundground. (The metal plate surrounding the home button will do. do.) Then, plug the phone into a charger, and within seconds you should get your confirmation beep and the screen should show that the phone is charging. Wait a minute or so, and it will boot up.
 
This has worked for me on more than a few occasions. I hope it helps

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編集者: Ron Davis ,

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If you get problems powering up after screen swap, locate the 3 battery terminal beneath the metal cover, locatecover. Refer to the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Touch+4th+Generation+Battery+Replacement/9829#s17360|battery replacement guide|new_window=true] to see what the terminal looks like. Find the +3.7 volt terminal using a multimeter (from memory itsit's the one on the right as you look at it )it. ), and short this terminal briefly to ground ( theThe metal plate soroundingsurrounding the home button will do ) thendo. ) Then, plug the phone into chargera charger, and withingwithin seconds you should get your confirmation beep and thenthe screen shows charging, waitshould show that the phone is charging. Wait a minminute or soso, and it will boot up,up.
If you get problems powering up after screen swap, locate the 3 battery terminal beneath the metal cover, locatecover. Refer to the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Touch+4th+Generation+Battery+Replacement/9829#s17360|battery replacement guide|new_window=true] to see what the terminal looks like. Find the +3.7 volt terminal using a multimeter (from memory itsit's the one on the right as you look at it )it. ), and short this terminal briefly to ground ( theThe metal plate soroundingsurrounding the home button will do ) thendo. ) Then, plug the phone into chargera charger, and withingwithin seconds you should get your confirmation beep and thenthe screen shows charging, waitshould show that the phone is charging. Wait a minminute or soso, and it will boot up,up.
 
HasThis has worked for me on more than a few occasionsoccasions. I hope it helps
HasThis has worked for me on more than a few occasionsoccasions. I hope it helps

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オリジナル投稿者: Rob ,

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If you get problems powering up after screen swap, locate the 3 battery terminal beneath the metal cover, locate the +3.7 volt terminal using a multimeter (from memory its the one on the right as you look at it ) short this terminal briefly to ground ( the metal plate sorounding the home button will do  ) then plug into charger and withing seconds you should get your confirmation beep and then screen shows charging, wait a min or so and it will boot up,

Has worked for me on more than a few occasions hope it helps

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