DFU without restore

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  1. yuyaera

    yuyaera Active Member

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    is it possible to DFU with making it restore to turn it back on?
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    Brewstermax New Member

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    Hold both Home and Power until it boots, after you are in DFU.
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    yuyaera Active Member

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    doesnt work =/
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    Ohfoohy Active Member

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    you should just be able to hold the power, until it goes in recovery mode, then just open iTunes. May I ask what you're trying to accomplish?
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    yuyaera Active Member

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    what do you mean what am i trying to accomplish?
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    I think he's asking why are you going into dfu mode?
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    yuyaera Active Member

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    well if its that then idk because i jailbreak alot of my friends ipods and so this guy he was playing a game and it froze and it just shut down. and so i just put it into DFU and just re-jailbroke
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    i believe that if it freezes, all you have to do is hold both home and power till it reboots.
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    Yeah, just do a Force Reboot...

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