How do I get out of recovery mode?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.3 Discussions' started by kitren2, Jan 30, 2008.

  1. kitren2

    kitren2 New Member

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    I tried iBrickr, but I'm not on 1.1.3 and iPhuc idk about that. Any other way and please explain I'm a noob.
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    optikalefx New Member

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    run iNdependance, works for me when it happens
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    I'm on Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition.
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    If you plug your iPod and open iBrickr, it will detect it in recovery mode. Press the reboot button and your iPod screen should turn orangeish and it will be forced out of recovery mode in a few moments. I've also heard that windows.bat can do the same thing if you select "Boot from recovery with your iPod plugged in"

    edit: Oops didn't see that you already tried iBrickr.
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    I know you tried ibricker but try again and follow the instructions on the post above. It works every time( at least for me) if all else fails use iTunes and jailbreak again
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    yeah I treid iBrickr and it didn't say that. I'll try windows.bat.
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    so my ipod is plugged in and in recover mode
    i opened ibrickr and am in 1.1.2 firmware jailbroken
    it doesn't say anything about recover mode
    it says customize your iphone
    ringtones
    sounds
    applications
    files
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    Download iphuc and the enter these commands:
    cmd setenv auto-boot true
    cmd saveenv
    cmd fsboot
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    I have downloaded iphuc and its just a bunch of words.
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