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  1. LiamzEffectz

    LiamzEffectz New Member

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    I don't know if my ipod is completely bricked or if it can be fixed at all!

    I was jailbreaking it and whilst writing was appearing on my screen my power went off on the laptop.

    Now I can't get any power to it. Plugged into a plug socket or computer.

    Is this fixable AT ALL?

    Thanks

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  2. Baker5

    Baker5 Well-Known Member

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    dude just take it to apple and get the new one if its broken
  3. cainy

    cainy New Member

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    if it was during the transfer of the firmware it could very well be bricked, try the DFU mode procedure and see if that works

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  4. TmacHot

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    see the stickies and if those dont help you
    go it to apple
  5. LiamzEffectz

    LiamzEffectz New Member

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    How do I go about sending it back to apple etc?

    I've tried everything, although I haven't tried them for a month. I've sent it back to littlewoods once and they told me nothing they can do.

    I wouldn't mind but I had only had it 4 days.

    My closest apple store is in Manchester. I'm in Blackpool kinda hard for me, lol
  6. SpartanPatriot

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    For talking to Apple you can just call them and if you need to you can send in your ipod to them.

    You might want to try DFU mode.

    Turn on the ipod touch.

    Hold the home and power button for about 11 seconds or until it shuts off.

    Exactly 2 seconds after it shuts off let go of the power button and continue holding the home button until the computer recognizes it.

    You will probably need to hold for around 30 seconds.

    Restore.

    If that does not work then you should probably call Apple.
  7. LiamzEffectz

    LiamzEffectz New Member

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    Ahh an update.

    I went on the Apple site and am now sending it to them.

    I've tried DFU mode 100's of times last night, so now they're going to replace it!

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