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Friday, 06 February 2009 07:30

Upgrade of 5G iPod to 240GB now possible

Written by David Stellmack

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Still working on additional iPod models

Still running out of storage on your 5th generation iPod? The modders at Rapid Repair have just the ticket for you, with the announcement that they have been successful at upgrading the 5G iPod to a whopping 240GB of storage.

According to Rapid Repair CEO Ben Levy, “The mod is actually very simple on the 5th generation iPod.” The upgrade uses the Toshiba MK2431 hard drive to expand 5G iPod to 240GB.

Right now the Toshiba hard drive is only compatible with the 5G iPod, but the company is working hard to mod the iPod Video, iPod Classic, and the second generation Zune to be able to add these to the list of units that are compatible with the 240GB upgrade. The only problem may be with the almost $250 price of the MK2431GAH hard drive required for the upgrade.

You can learn more here
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