iOS 4.0 4.0 Won't Boot

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  1. Radish

    Radish Banned

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    Immediately after I restore my iPod touch 2G to the 4.0 GM, I get booted into Recovery Mode. The restore process goes smoothly, but when iTunes says that the restore has completed and to wait for the iPod to reboot, the iPod is immediately in Recovery Mode. I thought that the 0.9.5 redsn0w would be able to jailbreak and boot the iPod, but after the jailbreak, I am still in Recovery Mode. I have iTunes 9.2 and Windows 7 x64. Restoring back to 3.1.3 works perfectly and is able to boot and start perfectly. Anyone know what the problem is?
  2. leadergo

    leadergo Active Member

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    Try to reboot your computer and use a different USB port. That might help.
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    1337PWN New Member

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    Also make sure you r running redsn0w in admin mode
  4. Radish

    Radish Banned

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    Tried already.

    I have UAC off.
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    dinitrokes New Member

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    try iRecovery!
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    Dude, just said that, right above you...
  8. Radish

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    I'm not going to use iRecovery. LibUSB for x64 systems is a b*tch. Any others?
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    Beg it to start until it boots up.

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    Or find a 32 bit system to use iRecovery.

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