Every jailbreak failed! (Access Denied)

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.4 Jailbreak' started by 13u5ted, Jun 15, 2008.

  1. 13u5ted

    13u5ted New Member

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    Hey!
    I started off with a restored (by Apple) 1.1.3 touch. I tried to jailbreak it with Ziphone and the ipod kept on saying 'access denied' or 'no such....'.
    I restored it to 1.1.4 and tried iLiberty, same thing happened
    I then downgraded to 1.1.1 and tried iLiberty, same thing!
    I restored to 1.1.1 and did the jailbreakme.com method, it worked! I then tried to do the iJailbreak (by Arix) which updates 1.1.1 and 1.1.2 ipods to 1.1.3 and jailbreaks but I got access denied and no such directory errors again!
    I don't know what's wrong at all, please help, I just want a jailbroken 1.1.3 or 1.1.4 and I don't want to mess around with winpwn.
    Thanks for any help
  2. tian_kr

    tian_kr New Member

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    check the tutorial on how to jailbreak in this forum, if you do the steps correctly, everything should work out fine.
  3. stabbyjoe12

    stabbyjoe12 Member

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    yawn click forums 1.1.4 and its stickied
  4. Gitykins

    Gitykins Banned

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    God, am I just destined to follow every stupid post on this forum? First cryptsucks, now you.

    Just follow a simple guide to pwning your iPod. It's actually very simple and safe if you know what and what not to do.
  5. ibitapple

    ibitapple New Member

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    9its because ur using the wrong jb method for each firmware
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    sokolov1 New Member

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    For 1.1.4 using iLiberty or ZiPhone is a sensible thing to do. How is it doing the wrong jailbreaking method for this firmware?
  7. 13u5ted

    13u5ted New Member

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    I might try it if iLiberty fails again, I haven't even looked at the method because some say it's 'complicated.
  8. BroadStBullies

    BroadStBullies Well-Known Member

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    Its not that complicated just read the instructions a couple times before you do it.
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    mrgas2004 New Member

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    if u call clicking a jailbreaking button on yur comp complicated then u have some serious issues
  10. 13u5ted

    13u5ted New Member

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    I didn't say it was, someone else told me. I'm just worried about bricking it with winpwn as the bootloader is modified.

    Anyway, I tried iLiberty again, and it worked, I got the development notice, but when my iPod restarts, there's no indication of a jailbreak, no installer or anything.
    I don't know that's wrong with it!

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