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Aktuelle Version von: Sarabian ,

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Generally speaking you do not lose much or anything from your iPod if you have to replace a logic board. The main reason for this is that generally everything is backed up on your computer, and after replacing parts on the iPod, you restore and everything is back as it was.
 
If you got something directly on the iPod and had not synced it with the computer, then that might be lost. Other than that you are at low risk if you have synced it.
 
I only added this to more directly answer the title question.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Sarabian ,

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Generally speaking you do not lose much or anything from your iPod if you have to replace a logic board.  The main reason for this is that generally everything is backed up on your computer, and after replacing parts on the iPod, you restore and everything is back as it was.

If you got something directly on the iPod and had not synced it with the computer, then that might be lost. Other than that you are at low risk if you have synced it.

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