[HELP] iPod Touch 2G "Waiting for iPod..."

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  1. jpinheiro1993

    jpinheiro1993 New Member

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    Hello,

    I had another thread b4 but it was getting kinda bulky and I wanted to put all the information together in one post so here we go.

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    iPod Touch 2nd Generation
    Current Firmware: Unknown
    Has a serial number on back: So I believe this means its an MB Model

    System:
    Windows 7
    iTunes 10.0.1
    All windows updates are updated

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    Here is the Problem:

    My iPod Touch 2G connects to iTunes and Apple Mobile Device Manager is installed correctly,

    I click the restore button on iTunes it says "Restore and Update"
    and this is what happens:

    Extracting Software (on iTunes) ->
    Preparing iPod for restore ...(on iTunes) ->
    (iPod flashes and then shows the apple logo with the spinner at the bottom of the iPod) -->
    Verifying iPod restore with apple (on iTunes) ->
    Waiting for iPod...(gets stuck here and the ipod is now showing the apple logo with a progress bar that does not move)

    Check Images Attached

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    Here is What I have tried to Fix this iPod (also let it be known that I want to restore the iPod before I got into restore mode the iPod would only boot to the apple logo and would stop there)

    -Restore (Regular and Shift-Restore) WORKED [ ] FAILED [X]
    -DFU Restore (Regular and Shift-Restore) WORKED [ ] FAILED [X]
    -ih8sn0w (to kick iPod out of Recovery) WORKED [ ] FAILED [X]
    -Reinstalling iTunes and Apple Mobile Device WORKED [ ] FAILED [X]

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    None of the above methods worked and all ended with the same result of waiting for iPod.

    Here is the Updater Log:

    I stopped the restore by unplugging and when I unplugged it gave me error 9 so that's what that is but here is the log:

    Code:
    2010-09-27 15:36:46.710 [3792:300]: restore library built Aug  6 2010 at 11:14:46
    2010-09-27 15:36:46.710 [3792:300]: iTunes: iTunes 10.0.1.22
    2010-09-27 15:36:46.710 [3792:300]: iTunes: Software payload version: 8B117
    2010-09-27 15:37:11.522 [3792:13ec]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
    2010-09-27 15:37:11.524 [3792:13ec]: requested restore behavior: Erase
    2010-09-27 15:37:11.548 [3792:13ec]: amai: AMAuthInstallPlatformCreateDataFromFileURL: can't resolve file
    2010-09-27 15:37:11.559 [3792:13ec]: amai: AMAuthInstallDebugWriteObject: debug object written: C:\Users\Joeyy\AppData\Local\Temp\Per8178.tmp\amai\debug\tss-request.plist
    2010-09-27 15:37:21.610 [3792:13ec]: amai: AMAuthInstallRequestSendSync: received tss response (server version: 0.6.31-b2)
    2010-09-27 15:37:21.617 [3792:13ec]: amai: AMAuthInstallDebugWriteObject: debug object written: C:\Users\Joeyy\AppData\Local\Temp\Per8178.tmp\amai\debug\tss-response.plist
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.299 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: production fused device
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.300 [3792:1648]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.323 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::OpenDFUDevice: path: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#9a2c5fec
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.323 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::OpenDeviceByPath: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#9a2c5fec
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.367 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 2
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.390 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 4
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.402 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 6
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.414 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 8
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.431 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 10
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.438 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 12
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.453 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 14
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.565 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 16
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.679 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 18
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.729 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 20
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.733 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 22
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.736 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 24
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.739 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 26
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.742 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 28
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.745 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 30
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.748 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 32
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.751 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 34
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.754 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 36
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.758 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 38
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.761 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 40
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.764 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 42
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.767 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 44
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.771 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 46
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.775 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 48
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.778 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 50
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.782 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 52
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.785 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 54
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.791 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 56
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.795 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 58
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.798 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 61
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.801 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 63
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.817 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 65
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.828 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 67
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.831 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 69
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.834 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 71
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.841 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 73
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.846 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 75
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.851 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 77
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.854 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 79
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.858 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 81
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.861 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 83
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.864 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 85
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.869 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 87
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.873 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 89
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.876 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 91
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.879 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 93
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.882 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 95
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.885 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 97
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.888 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 99
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.889 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::UploadData: EOF, cbRead: 360
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.892 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: operation 0 progress 100
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.893 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::UploadData: ZLP
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.895 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 6
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.895 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST_SYNC
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.895 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 7
    2010-09-27 15:37:23.895 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST, PollTimeout: 3000
    2010-09-27 15:37:26.896 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 8
    2010-09-27 15:37:26.896 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST_WAIT_RESET
    2010-09-27 15:37:26.896 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::ResetDevice: resetting...
    2010-09-27 15:37:26.992 [3792:1648]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: success
    2010-09-27 15:37:26.992 [3792:1648]: <DFU Device 07B001B0>: DFU succeeded
    2010-09-27 15:37:27.127 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceRemoval: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#9a2c5fec
    2010-09-27 15:37:27.152 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07775140, notify: 2, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:37:27.152 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07a866b0, notify: 2, connected: 1
    2010-09-27 15:37:27.152 [3792:e1c]: AppleDevice::NotifyDisconnect: DFU \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#9a2c5fec, inst: 0x7a866b0
    2010-09-27 15:37:27.152 [3792:e1c]: _AMDFUModeDeviceFinalize: 07B001B0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.359 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceArrival: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{ED82A167-D61A-4AF6-9AB6-11E52236C576}\IB0000#7a5d1f0f
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.359 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::AddAppleDeviceToDeviceList: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{ED82A167-D61A-4AF6-9AB6-11E52236C576}\IB0000#7a5d1f0f
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.374 [3792:e1c]: AppleDevice::SetNotification: CONNECT, interface type: 1, id: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{ED82A167-D61A-4AF6-9AB6-11E52236C576}\IB0000#7a5d1f0f, inst: 0x7a864d0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.374 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::AddAppleDeviceToDeviceList, new device
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.374 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07775140, notify: 2, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.374 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07a866b0, notify: 0, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.374 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07a864d0, notify: 1, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.375 [3792:e1c]: AppleDevice::NotifyConnect: Device type: 2, Interfaces total: 2, arrived: 1
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.375 [3792:e1c]: AppleDevice::NotifyConnect: Interfaces total != arrived, no notification
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.463 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceArrival: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#7a5d1f0f
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.463 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::AddAppleDeviceToDeviceList: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#7a5d1f0f
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.489 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::AddAppleDeviceToDeviceList, device already connected, new interface
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.489 [3792:e1c]: AppleDevice::SetDeviceID: AMD_INTERFACE_DFU \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#7a5d1f0f, inst: 0x7a864d0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.489 [3792:e1c]: AppleDevice::SetNotification: CONNECT, interface type: 1, id: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#7a5d1f0f, inst: 0x7a864d0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.489 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07775140, notify: 2, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.489 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07a866b0, notify: 0, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.489 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07a864d0, notify: 1, connected: 1
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.489 [3792:e1c]: AppleDevice::NotifyConnect: Device type: 2, Interfaces total: 2, arrived: 2
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.489 [3792:e1c]: AppleDevice::NotifyConnect: IBOOT, IBOOT \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{ED82A167-D61A-4AF6-9AB6-11E52236C576}\IB0000#7a5d1f0f, inst: 0x7a864d0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.489 [3792:e1c]:                             IBOOT, DFU \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#7a5d1f0f, inst: 0x7a864d0
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.489 [3792:300]: iTunes: SCEP 4
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.603 [3792:4a4]: iBoot build-version = iBoot-931.18.27
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.616 [3792:4a4]: iBoot build-style = RELEASE
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.628 [3792:4a4]: AMDeviceIoControl: GetOverlappedResult failed
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.628 [3792:4a4]: AMDeviceIoControl: pipe stall
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.628 [3792:4a4]: USBControlTransfer: error 31, usbd status c0000004
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.628 [3792:4a4]: command device request for 'getenv radio-error' failed: 2008
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.628 [3792:4a4]: radio-error not set
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.628 [3792:4a4]: <Recovery Mode Device 077F80C0>: operation 44 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.628 [3792:4a4]: requested restore behavior: Erase
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.658 [3792:4a4]: amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: nothing to be done
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.671 [3792:4a4]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.672 [3792:4a4]: <Recovery Mode Device 077F80C0>: production fused device
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.674 [3792:4a4]: interface has 1 endpoints, file pipe = 1
    
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.674 [3792:4a4]: <Recovery Mode Device 077F80C0>: operation 4 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:37:28.759 [3792:4a4]: <Recovery Mode Device 077F80C0>: operation 42 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:37:29.828 [3792:4a4]: <Recovery Mode Device 077F80C0>: operation 5 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:37:30.624 [3792:4a4]: AMDeviceIoControl: GetOverlappedResult failed
    2010-09-27 15:37:30.624 [3792:4a4]: AMDeviceIoControl: pipe stall
    2010-09-27 15:37:30.624 [3792:4a4]: USBControlTransfer: error 31, usbd status c0000004
    2010-09-27 15:37:30.624 [3792:4a4]: command device request for 'getenv ramdisk-delay' failed: 2008
    2010-09-27 15:37:32.464 [3792:4a4]: <Recovery Mode Device 077F80C0>: operation 6 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:37:33.545 [3792:4a4]: <Recovery Mode Device 077F80C0>: operation 7 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:37:33.755 [3792:4a4]: <Recovery Mode Device 077F80C0>: operation 8 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:37:33.757 [3792:4a4]: <Recovery Mode Device 077F80C0>: operation 9 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:37:33.757 [3792:4a4]: <Recovery Mode Device 077F80C0>: Recovery mode succeeded
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.387 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceRemoval: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{ED82A167-D61A-4AF6-9AB6-11E52236C576}\IB0000#7a5d1f0f
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.395 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07775140, notify: 2, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.395 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07a866b0, notify: 2, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.395 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07a864d0, notify: 2, connected: 1
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.395 [3792:e1c]: AppleDevice::NotifyDisconnect: IBOOT, IBOOT \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{ED82A167-D61A-4AF6-9AB6-11E52236C576}\IB0000#7a5d1f0f, inst: 0x7a864d0
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.395 [3792:e1c]:                                IBOOT, DFU \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#7a5d1f0f, inst: 0x7a864d0
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.396 [3792:e1c]: _AMRecoveryModeDeviceFinalize: 077F80C0
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.412 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceRemoval: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1281#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#7a5d1f0f
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.418 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07775140, notify: 2, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.418 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07a866b0, notify: 2, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:37:35.418 [3792:e1c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07a864d0, notify: 2, connected: 0
    2010-09-27 15:38:43.280 [3792:300]: iTunes: received kAMDeviceAttached action, device 07AD8668, AFC error 0XE8000028
    2010-09-27 15:38:43.280 [3792:300]: iTunes: Restore-mode device appeared, device 07AD8668
    2010-09-27 15:38:43.280 [3792:300]: iTunes: Creating restore mode device with usbMuxDeviceID 0X9
    2010-09-27 15:38:43.280 [3792:300]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 3 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:38:43.307 [3792:300]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 4 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:38:43.404 [3792:300]: Supports value queries: 1
    2010-09-27 15:38:43.775 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 44 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:38:43.775 [3792:13cc]: requested restore behavior: Erase
    2010-09-27 15:38:43.792 [3792:13cc]: amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: nothing to be done
    2010-09-27 15:38:44.268 [3792:13cc]: device did not return saved USB log
    2010-09-27 15:38:44.268 [3792:13cc]: device did not return saved panic log
    2010-09-27 15:38:44.268 [3792:13cc]: previous restore failed with exit status 0x100
    2010-09-27 15:38:44.303 [3792:13cc]: connected to service com.apple.mobile.restored
    2010-09-27 15:38:44.303 [3792:13cc]: using protocol version 12
    2010-09-27 15:38:44.773 [3792:13cc]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2010-09-27 15:38:44.774 [3792:13cc]: board config = n72ap
    2010-09-27 15:38:45.297 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:38:49.283 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:38:53.286 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:38:57.283 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:01.283 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:04.804 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:09.282 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:12.786 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:16.428 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:20.286 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:24.288 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:28.293 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:32.291 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:35.923 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:39.764 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:43.425 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:47.289 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:51.023 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:54.794 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:39:58.759 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:02.764 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:06.534 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:09.794 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:13.538 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:17.295 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:21.045 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:24.543 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:28.295 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:32.047 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:35.641 [3792:13cc]: recv(3824, 4) failed: connection closed
    2010-09-27 15:40:35.641 [3792:13cc]: unable to read message size: -1
    2010-09-27 15:40:35.641 [3792:13cc]: unable to read message from device
    2010-09-27 15:40:35.641 [3792:13cc]: AMRAuthInstallDeletePersonalizedBundle
    2010-09-27 15:40:35.674 [3792:300]: iTunes: received kAMDeviceDetached action, device 07AD8668
    2010-09-27 15:40:36.390 [3792:13cc]: removed personalized bundle
    2010-09-27 15:40:36.390 [3792:13cc]: <Restore Device 07A87788>: Restore failed (result = 9)
    2010-09-27 15:40:36.594 [3792:300]: iTunes: Restore error 9
    
    Any help to fixing this problem would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    John

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    crazytrain320 Active Member

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    ihazrecovery, search it on google
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    jpinheiro1993 New Member

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    Im not seeing anything for that program

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    ------------------double post merged------------------
    Well here is something new:

    After leaving the ipod touch on the waiting for iPod... part the progress is still at 0 but the changelog has something new:

    the last 3 lines are:
    Code:
    20010-09-27 16:25:16.261 [3792:152c]: <Restore Device 07B1D388: operation 28 progress -1
    20010-09-27 16:25:41.901 [3792:152c]: <Restore Device 07B1D388: operation 11 progress -1
    20010-09-27 16:40.59.639 [3792:152c]: <Restore Device 07B1D388: operation 12 progress -1
    
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    GazaIan Well-Known Member

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    Unable to read message size -1 and Unable to read message from device are two things that tell me that your iPod is failing to communicate with iTunes properly.. If you can boot into iOS, erase all data on the device via Settings and try your restore again.
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    jpinheiro1993 New Member

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    The Device when on only shows the Connect to iTunes picture and thats it, before I put it into DFU Restore Mode when I turned the iPod on it would only boot upto the apple logo on the screen and would not go any farther than that.
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    sdettmer New Member

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    Here you go:

    you should choose 2G (I did and will do it). the tutorial is like:
    1. Download umbrella and ios 4.0 2G
    2. start umbrella and connect your ipod (no need for recovery or DFU mode)
    3. Start TSS Server
    4. mark advanced option
    5. crap the shsh blobs from version IOS 4.0 2G and click on save
    6. Start iTunes
    7. hold shift and click on restore

    download tiny umbrella:
    http://thefirmwareumbrella.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2010-09-17T19:37:00-04:00&max-results=1

    Search for IOS 4.0 firmware to download for your device here or google.



    Good luck
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    jpinheiro1993 New Member

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    @sdettmer

    I am having some problems with tiny umbrella

    I ran the program as administrator and here is what happens:
    This error pops up:

    Something is wrong:
    You dont have admin privileges or
    You have something running on port80 or
    Your hosts file is not modifable
    Please check Aint-Virus software or shutdown Skype/Teamviewer/ect as these apps block access to port 80.


    Here is the Log for TinyUmbrella:
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    09/27/2010 17:43:06.176 The Firmware Umbrella - v4.1.4 by semaphore 
    09/27/2010 17:43:06.189 For help click here 
    09/27/2010 17:43:06.197 Connect a device to continue... 
    09/27/2010 17:44:26.593 NOT running as administrator OR your hosts file is not editable - Cannot listen on port 80! TSS Server will not work! 
    09/27/2010 17:44:26.696 Caching shsh files... 
    09/27/2010 17:44:26.717 Found [0] shsh files to cache... 
    09/27/2010 17:44:26.726 Cached [0] shsh files 
    09/27/2010 17:44:26.733 TinyUmbrella is not able to run on port 80. Please check your hosts file permissions and/or applications that use port 80 and shut them down. 
    09/27/2010 17:44:35.790 You are using the current version of TinyUmbrella. 
    09/27/2010 17:44:36.095 Recovery Device Detected - iDevice:1C923Y2B201
    
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    I am administrator on my computer I ran the program as administrator

    I closed all Programs running on port 80
    I used cmd to find programs running on port 80
    with this command -> netstat -o-n-a | findstr 0.0:80
    and then used the PID number to identify the program in the task manager and ended it

    I set hosts file to full control on all users

    but I am still getting the error
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    Edmund New Member

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    I know this is a long shot, but I am experiencing EXACTLY the same issue with an iPod Touch 2nd gen. Sorry for bumping such an old thread, but I figured it's better than making an entirely new one. I have tried EVERYTHING; all the steps listed in this thread, as well as the Apple store, and nothing. Was a solution to this issue ever presented? Thanks everyone, I appreciate any feedback.
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    Old thread.

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    ValleyForge Well-Known Member

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    This thread is very old and the original posters are probably no longer active. To get more help, you should create a new thread outlining your problem

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