You can find detailed instructions for installing and solving the main problems (if your iPod does not see the card through iFlash) - on the manufacturer's website indicated on the board. Top popular reasons: fake SD card, incorrect formatting of the card, incorrect restore of the iPod (software problem), problem with the HDD ribbonPlease check your model against this compatibility list before ordering: * iPod 5g Video 30Gb ~2 000 Tracks * iPod 5g Video 60Gb ~5 000 Tracks * iPod 5.5g Video 30Gb ~20 000 Tracks * iPod 5.5g Video 80Gb ~50 000 Tracks * iPod 6g Classic 80Gb - 128gb cards, ~50 000 Tracks * iPod 6g Classic 120Gb, 160Gb 128gb cards, ~50 000 Tracks, may be Requires Ribbon * iPod 6.5g 120Gb - 128gb cards, ~50 000 Tracks * iPod 7g Classic 160Gb (late 2009) * iPod 6th Gen 160Gb (Thick) model will require a replacement HDD Ribbon as the original hard drive uses an CE-ATA interface, replacement Ribbons must be purchased separately The track limit's shown are only approximate, the actual limit will depend on your iTunes library and the amount of meta-data stored within (e.g. artist name, track name, genre, comments, album art, etc, etc). The track limits are a function of the iTunes database size and the memory (RAM) on the iPod motherboard, it is not a limitation of the iFlas...
- ASIN: B07538C6PX
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- ASIN: B07538C6PXPart No: 5823794477