i killed my touch please help (cry)!!!

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.3 Jailbreak' started by tz5099, Feb 21, 2008.

  1. tz5099

    tz5099 New Member

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    i was trying to jailbreak my ipod but when i got to the part where the screen turns green it stopped like working to i restarted and then it went red then went pitch blak like it was restarting but all these words started flashing on the screen like its a program it kept doing it for like 30 sec then it would reboot and start again over and over i finally got it to quit i plugged it in to a wall chrager but still i think its dead can someone please tell me whats going on please help me

    oh ya at the beginning the words sair "darwin kernel version" i googled it and i but think that is a bad thing

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  2. birkett

    birkett New Member

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    Hold the power and home buttons to restart the iPod. It should then boot in restore mode.
    Grab your copy of 1.1.1, and re-flash.
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    deathdr0ne New Member

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    Ziphone? Go into DFU mode, and restore an old firmware from itunes. You need to find an old firmware to download though.
  4. tz5099

    tz5099 New Member

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    but when i plugged the ipod into the computer it never read it and holding the home and standby buttons just starts up that darwin kernel thing any ideas?
  5. Mortel

    Mortel Active Member

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    To enter DFU mode, to easily restore your iPod to any firmware:
    Plug your iPod into iTunes.
    Hold the power and home button for approximately 7 seconds.
    Wait until your iPod turns off.
    Before it turns on again, quickly release the Lock/Power button, but continue to hold the Home button. Your iPod should still be plugged in, and iTunes should still be open.
    Hold the Home button for about 15 seconds, give or take. Your iPod should connect to iTunes, without anything appearing on the screen. iTunes should read it as an iPod in recovery mode.
    Shift + Restore.

    Hope this helps.

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    omg!!!!!!!!!!!!! it worked thank you so much people yay!
  7. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Wow, I can safely say, this is the shortest brick thread ever out of the dozens of brick threads ever!

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