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Upgrading Storage For iPod Touch

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I have a 3rd Gen iPod touch that's 16GB, but I'd like to upgrade it for more storage capacity.  i've searched a few internet sites but couldn't find any reliable information.

Is it possible to upgrade the storage on these, and if so, can you provide instructions or point me in the right direction?
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All the IPod generations up to third as far as I know can't be physically expanded as its storage is all based on proprietary flash storage. IPod OS even if you jail break it would not allow to have storage added unless you are capable in programming/engineering where you might be able to reroute the OS to accept chain-link USB conventional hard drives.
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