Downgrade 2.2.1 to 1.1.1

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  1. cardinalsrule109

    cardinalsrule109 Member

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    I have an iPod Touch 2G and I was just wondering if it would be possible to downgrade to 1.1.1 from 2.2.1?

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  2. RainbowKT

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  3. iamkewl

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    Short Answer: No

    Long Answer: no no no no no no no no no no no

    I would explain to you why, but its 1:25 am here and I really don't feel like thinking too hard.
  4. cardinalsrule109

    cardinalsrule109 Member

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    Just for fun lol
    There's really no reason
  5. vannmann

    vannmann New Member

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    2g isnt set up for it
  6. ipodtouchfan101

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    1.1.1 was never made for the 2g and never will be.
    so no u cant, theres also really no reason to downgrade.
  7. rafarquhar

    rafarquhar New Member

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    The 2G can't read those old firmware files. It's literally not possible, even if you wanted to for some reason.
  8. jarcon49

    jarcon49 Guest

    impossible. hardware wise. the touch 2g cannot handle the the ipsw. thus, cant dycrypt it or install it.

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  9. SiN Altr Ego EL

    SiN Altr Ego EL New Member

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    i think its the new processor.. but yes it is a hardware issue.

    @ ketchuptouch?

    well if there WAS a way to do this (which there isn't...) there are a few things u COULD do... but they really aren't worth trying...

    1) dual booting... but i believe that u can do this with the newer FWs, but its just harder...
    2) Jailbreakme.com... XP

    other than that... not much...
  10. azntiger1000

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    The lowest firmware a 2g can go to is 2.1.1

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