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Is there a (non-brute-force) way to remove the clip-part of the iPod nano 6G? I find, I don't use it and it add clunkiness. Also it's a bit scratched since it's the only part not protected by a silicone wrapper.

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It's very tricky.

You have to disassemble the whole iPod nano as the guide for clip removal on iFixit shows.

This is a picture taken from the second last step:

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Great answer. But way too fancy for me :) – bitmask Mar 18 '12 at 11:13

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