Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.3 Discussions' started by Murder, Jan 29, 2008.
thanks il remember that next time...although i dont like the sound of those sliced people!!
how do u do steps 2 and 3?
by steps 2 and 3 i assume u mean launching on command and running the service:
on windows xp, click start, then run, and type cmd.exe and hit ok, that will start command
on vista, click the start orb, then type in cmd without pressing anything and it will show. click on that.
then use basic commands to go to the ibrickr folder:
"cd desktop" (without the " ) will take u to the desktop folder, then navigate through to the ibrickr folder using this method.
when u have done this, simply type "iphoneinterface" (without " ) and hit enter
wellllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll, since sliced bread sounds kinda lame so i used something which will jerk some people up, lol,
Uh... wierd happen something... (LOL)
I did the...
didnt work, so i was like, "Oh Well..."
Then I heard of the iBrickr one, and then i tried... i went turned off my iPod, and i turned it back on. I went into the kitchen real fast, and BAM! It was on the Springboard... wierd...
The problem worked its way out i guess... Thanks anyways guys!
nvm anup its back to its old ways springbaord is showing but its still going into recovery mode after a force reboot. i rly dont want to hav to use ibrickr everytime my ipod freezes...o well
i have a video tutorial on how to do this.
link is in my sig.
No. I just did it with 1.1.2 Conceited jailbreak.
Yes, i was told that its for windows too.. just wasnt in my jailbreak folder.
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