Downgrading 1.1.3

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.3 Discussions' started by Exosion, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. Exosion

    Exosion Member

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    All the methods weren't working for me. I got the same error as everyone else. Can someone who succesfully downgarded from 1.1.3 to 1.1.1 please say how?
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    in an ipod touch or an iphone?
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    i have used the "DFU" mode method successfully, has it worked for you? (i havent tried to jailbreak yet, but it worked flawlessly)
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    does pressing shift or crlt and restore at the smae time work?
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    d00m, please elaborate into specifics. I have iPhuc, and the 1.1.1 firmware.

    Also, I'm using and itouch.
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    no you will just have to restore it again if you do the shift method. Use the program "iPhuc" lol its got a weird name but trust me it works =)
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    EXACTLY what do I do?
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    iphuc worked fine for me
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    ok well for the DFU mode, you connect the ipod to the computer, and let itunes recognize it. then you hold sleep and home together until the screen shuts off and the ipod disappears from itunes, then you let go of ONLY THE SLEEP BUTTON WHILE STILL HOLDING THE HOME BUTTON until itunes recognizes your ipod again. if you did it properly, then windows should say it found a new DFU device or something like that and itunes will pick up the ipod as if it were in restore mode, except the ipod will not have the itunes icon with the cable. btw DFU means "Device Firmware Upgrade"
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    well then what? please complete the explanantion from start to finish. =P

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