Could I Send It To Apple

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by fear_2670, Jan 31, 2009.

  1. fear_2670

    fear_2670 Banned

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    So in my f'd attempt to jb my iPod touch 2G, it had happened to fail, i have tried everything but the message is the same:

    Anyways, since the iPod was never jailbroken, it's only bricked, could i take it to Apple considering it was never jailbroken, only attempted, unless of course you have a solution.

    So tell me what you think.
  2. HM82

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    Whats the harm in trying, they will ether accept it fix/replace or reject it and send it back.
  4. rob2687

    rob2687 New Member

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    You can get it into DFU mode.
    Hold down sleep and home until the device disconnects. (Listen for the device disconnect sound).
    When that happens release the sleep button. Keep holding down the home button until the device is detected again.

    It should be detected as being in DFU mode.

    Restore.
  5. hondarider525

    hondarider525 New Member

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    This is the easiest way and it will fix it.

    1. you are on the black screen.

    2. open task manager.

    3. End process's Ipodservices.exe and applemobiledeviceservice.exe

    4. with the phone STILL plugged in (that means it should have already been plugged in)
    hold the power and home buttons.

    5. wait for the first sound from your computer, the normal sound you here when you plug in a usb device. Then let go of the power button but stay holding the home button.

    6. keep holding the home button until the second usb noise, then you are safe, and you can continue the jailbreak.
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Is this a serious thread? Not a Joke?
  7. milkman

    milkman New Member

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    i thought i bricked my pod this way got a new one, but i guess i didnt have to w/e new ipod
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    Bubalooshi Active Member

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    I wouldn't be so quick to think about sending it to Apple.....

    Try as many possible things as many times as you can.
    If EVERYTHING doesn't work, you can try taking it to an Apple Store.

    If you really claim it's that screwed up, maybe they won't be able to detect anything when they inspect it because of the 'damage' done, and replace it with a new one.
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    that's what i did when i had that problem


    it SHOULD work

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