Back from the dead....

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by xxdrumm3rp1r4t3xx, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. xxdrumm3rp1r4t3xx

    xxdrumm3rp1r4t3xx New Member

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    My iPod has officially gained zombie status. It was confirmed that the software had been bricked my ipod had turned into a $300 paperweight. About 30 minutes ago, i looked at my taskbar to see the iTunes tab flashing, (i had my apparently-dead ipod plugged in in hopes of resurrecting it) and there it was....my ipod was being recognized by iTunes!!!!
    HALLELUJAH!!!!!!!!

    *NOTE* my iPod had been non-responsive for about two weeks - wasn't being recognized by windows or iTunes - not even being charged
  2. awal

    awal Well-Known Member

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    Did you ever even try to put it into DFU mode?
  3. swillard8

    swillard8 New Member

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    its a miracle, the lord graced you with life!
  4. xxdrumm3rp1r4t3xx

    xxdrumm3rp1r4t3xx New Member

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    I couldn't. the battery ran out before i could do anything. and it wasn't charging
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    awal Well-Known Member

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    Hmm.....fun times, eh?
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    well congrats, but you have to plug it in to put it into DFU mode, so batter doesn't matter
  7. f1av0rflave

    f1av0rflave Banned

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    not true, if you hold the hold, and home button for about 30 seconds it puts it into dfu mode, i have done it many times.

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