Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by .xLr8™, Jan 31, 2009.
I got error 1604 while restoring with iTunes. How do you fix it?
You sure you used the 2.1.1 ibss and not the 2.2.1? thats why mine wouldnt work at first.
No but im stuck at 7) Use iRecovery.exe -s and run all of the commands listed in the pwn211ibss.txt script from the rslite folder??
un plug your ipod for 10 seconds then plug it in and the screen should be white, then type iRecovery.exe -s then text will come up now you put each command in 1 at a time e.g
mw 0x9000000 0xe59f3014
mw 0x9000004 0xe3a02a02
so on for all of them
I used the 2.1.1 ibss, unplugged it for 10 seconds then plugged it back in.
It just keeps showing the DFU mode screen.
from where did you get the 2.1.1 ibss would someone uppload it
So to clarify. After uploading the ibss then unplugging and plugging back in the screen is supposed to turn white?
When I plug it it stays in DFU mode.
I timed exactly ten seconds and plugged it back in and nothing happens. I continue with the instructions and it fails with the 1604 error.
I restored to the original FW and run it again. At step 6 I waited a bit longer after unplugging the ipod. It eventually turns itself off. I boot into DFU mode again and continue with the instructions. It still gives the 1604 error.
Is there some step I missed? Maybe it seems obvious to you but I guess I stupid or something.
Download the 2.1.1 ipsw. Rename it to a zip file and extract it. The ibss is in the dfu folder.
Now where can you get the 2.1.1 ipsw you ask? felixbruns.de
same here... I just restored to Non-Jailbroken firmware
My screen does not turn white when I unplug/plug it back in. It stays in DFU mode.
This is what you guys did (and so did I) do wrong.
In the Windows tutorial of Redsnow it says, in step 7, to run all the commands as listed. However, you are not supposed to enter them one by one. You are supposed to enter them like this:
This is quote by Thehitman:
] (Recovery) iPhone$ arm7_stop
(Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000000 0xe59f3014
(Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000004 0xe3a02a02
(Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000008 0xe1c320b0
(Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x900000c 0xe3e02000
(Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000010 0xe2833c9d
(Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000014 0xe58326c0
(Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000018 0xeafffffe
(Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x900001c 0x2200f300
(Recovery) iPhone$ arm7_go
(Recovery) iPhone$ #
(Recovery) iPhone$ arm7_stop
When done typing it exactly as it shows, EXIT the Command Prompt and then open iTunes, and restore using the PatchedFW in Xpwn directory.
It worked for me.
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