From 3.0 back to Jailbroken 2.2.1?

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  1. The-Kenny

    The-Kenny New Member

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    Hello,

    I'm thinking about updating my iPod Touch 2G to 3.0.
    But if I don't like it, it is possible to downgrade it back to 2.2.1 and jailbreak it again?
  2. sueccae

    sueccae New Member

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    Just search for a downloadlink to the 2.2.1 firmware. Then go to itunes and hold down shift while klicking on the restore button. Now choose the original 2.2.1 firmware you downloaded. you are back on 2.2.1. All you need to do is rejailbreak the device.
  3. ZombieKiller

    ZombieKiller Banned

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    Doesnt work...
  4. ipodman2009

    ipodman2009 New Member

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    i have got a biggggg problem i have got an ipod touch 2nd gen i have put a ******* downloaded version of the 3.0 software and now my ipod is stuck in the "connect to itunes " picture. when i connect to itunes there is an error message that come up "unknown error code[0x80005D] please help me

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  5. Kayzo

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    Why wouldn't that work?
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    ZombieKiller Banned

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  7. uckitsay

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    DFU mode Then restore... that will teach you to try and steal the update now won't it.. i shouldent've even told you how to fix you little twit
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    You gotta be in DFU mode fo sho.
  9. pine_dreamz

    pine_dreamz New Member

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    It is possible to downgrade your ipod and jailbreak it. I did it too. But just make sure that you are using a lower version of iTunes while downgrading it. The latest version, 8.2 gives random errors while you try to downgrade it. Once you done with the downgrading part, you can jailbreak it with the QuickFreedom tool. (Personally, i would prefer the 1.1.1 verson, which is more promising than the latest beta version.)

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