1. AndersTheSwede

    AndersTheSwede New Member

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    I need help.

    I tried to unlock my ipod touch with ziphone. But accidentally pressed the "do it all" instead of just the unlock, which I now guess is just for the iphone.

    Now my ipod touch just scrolls text and I can't get it recognized in itunes to reset. What do I do?

    Edit: I found out how to get it into DFU mode, but when I go into itunes it still doesn't recognize it.
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    jpga13 Banned

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    You need to use Ziphone advanced options to kick back into normal mode. It will be as if you never jailbroke it if you do that. When I get a min I will explain that and will send you a guide.
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    The touch is in DFU mode right now.

    ziphone says normal mode will not work if it is in DFU mode.
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    Anyone?

    Edit: I don't want to move further for fear of screwing things up worse.
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    ok, get the script going again, hold the power and home buttons until it shuts off, then let go of the power button but keep holding the home button for like 5 secs, then let go of home button for 3 secs and then hold again. If I remember correctly it will go black or white. At that point use Ziphone to kick into normal mode and it will be like new.
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    Got it fixed by restarting the computer, it seemed to load an extra Apple recovery driver that wasnt loaded previously on the detection of the DFU-Touch (I'm in Windows.)

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