iOS 4.0 How The **** do i Reboot My 4.0 jailbroken ipod touch

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  1. iloveipodtouches

    iloveipodtouches New Member

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    help me this tethered sh*t sucks
  2. kevuk09

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    Everytime you shut it off/restart it, you will be confronted with a "Connect to iTunes" screen.

    During this time, you should connect it to your computer and run "iBooty".
    In the same folder as "iBooty.exe", there should be the following:

    - bspatch.exe
    - devtree.40
    - ibec.40
    - kernel.40
    - sn0w.img3
    - wait.img3

    If you were successful with the jailbreak, you should already have this folder.
    After the initial jailbreak, it is safe to erase your "iboot.payload" file.
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    iloveipodtouches New Member

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    Thank You So Much

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    Mircix Active Member

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    I would edit the title of the thread if I were you...(can you?)
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    no.. you can't change the title
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    studangerous Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    No need for expletives in thread titles please. Edited.
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    Is it ok to make the extra iboot files hidden? Apparently because mine is an 8gb MC model I have to leave the files on the desktop

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