Help Bricked iPod.

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  1. jsg10

    jsg10 New Member

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    Hello, a few weeks ago i Jailbroke my 2g iPod Touch and Today i Turned it off, and i Tried to reboot it as usual. I have done this alot before. The first step is to put it in DFU mode. So i tried to do that, sevral times, but every time i attempted it, the iPod was unresponsive. i cant reboot it, because it wont go into DFU mode, and i can't Restore it with iTunes because iTunes wont detect it. Because it's not on. It's a vicious circle. Can anyone help me please?

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  2. CheeseMo

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    There's no need to post the same thread twice.
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    atomicmufin Banned

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    quit yur double postin fool.
  4. jsg10

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    sorry

    It was an accident..... i don't know how it happened.

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    Search, if you can't find the answer, search some more, and then search some more.
    1. DFU mode, if you can't, restart your computer, then try DFU mode again.
    If that doesn't work, try putting it in DFU mode.
    If that doesn't work, try something different like putting it in DFU mode.
    If you can't put it in DFU mode, it's because you are doing it wrong.
    Do it right, and put it in DFU mode.

    And if all else fails....

    Put your Ipod Touch in DFU mode.
  6. jsg10

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    ......What?

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    use one of the programs that can help you to run ipod in dfu
  9. wSYayo

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    you are not doing something right, 1st time i attempted to jailbreak my 2nd gen it worked without problems, then i tried the tethered reboot and it also worked perfectly.

    maybe you are putting it in recovery instead of DFU?
  10. jsg10

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    it won't go into DFU, OR recovery mode. It's completly unresponsive to everything i do....

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