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Hacking the iPod nano - changing text fonts and more

Posted on Tuesday, September 13 2005 @ 03:35:55 CEST by

The Apple iPod nano is just out and Make Blog already presents us a guide on hacking the nano to change things like text strings, fonts and graphics..
Like everything else in the household here, the new iPod nano was quickly hacked and modded to see what was possible. The value of a gadget for us here is more than just features, style and function-- it needs to be malleable to bends, tweaks and personalization. While the iPod nano isn't as hackable as older iPods (run linux, record high quality, etc...) there are some things you can do, here are just a few to get started.
Check out the full guide at Makezine.



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