Get iPod Touch 2G out of recovery?

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  1. Brandon639

    Brandon639 New Member

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    I tried to install the run rs and it failed. Now everytime I boot using a boot program that I always use, I end up in recovery mode.... Help?

    Thanks
  2. mitchell209

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    DFU, Shift-Click Restore, look for the original 2.2.1 FirmWare, and click on it.
    Then, redo the jailbreaking process..
  3. Brandon639

    Brandon639 New Member

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    Thats my only option?

    -.-"
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  6. Brandon639

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    I cant use .exe since Im on a Mac, but how do I boot it?
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    No that isn't your only option
    send ibss211
    unplug/replug
    open an irecovery shell and type
    then you just use your normal tethered booter. That's how i got it out of recovery
  8. Brandon639

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    when I type fsboot, I get an error.... :/
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    i posted in your other thread about how to fix it.
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    you don't have to type fsboot. It makes the process faster sometimes. Try it without fsboot

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