I knew jailbreaking was a bad idea...

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X Jailbreak' started by sane, Sep 5, 2008.

  1. sane

    sane Member

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    I went from 1.1.4 to 2.0.2 because I've heard good things about quickpwn.
    I restored and now I'm on 2.0.2 trying to jailbreak

    I use QuickPwn with the 2.0.2 firmware and I click "go" after doing the steps.
    It does about three lines on the command promt after Hashing and then Vista tells me
    "quickpwn.exe has stopped working" then it tells me to close the program.

    I'm stuck -_-
  2. Ipodtouch97

    Ipodtouch97 Banned

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    and thats why macs are better than pc

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    well look for some tuts maybe you dont really have expierence

    No offence
  3. thechungster

    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    Doesn't explain why you think jailbreaking is bad?
  4. sane

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    I have experience and I used a tutorial thank you very much. My problem is not on google or on the forums.

    And jailbreaking is bad because everything always happens to ME. Then I live without music for a week ._.
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    DotSlashSlash Active Member

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    the jailbreaking isnt bad, its the program you use to jailbreak is bad... i would say jailbreaking is pretty safe atm (compared to the crappy firmwares)
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    hmm...
    try the regular pwnage tool
    or try to restart you pc and reinstall quickpwn
  7. sane

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    What exactly are you suggesting then....

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    Regular pwnage tool? Never heard of it, I didn't think that still worked.
    I read somewhere about trying the DUI Quickpwn, but I can't find that.
  8. DotSlashSlash

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    advice - put all the music you want on you ipod in a playlist and sync that playlist, that way you dont lose all your choice of music and its easy to put back on again

    (thats if you dont do that already)
  9. sane

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    I've done that already. I backed it all up the other day.
    I'm not the average idiot that comes here with every little question, I try to figure it out first and if I can't I ask.

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    DotSlashSlash Active Member

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    i am suggesting that 2.x is much more buggy and dangerous than the 'additions' that jailbreaking has ever been.

    Also WinPwn i think is capable of jailbreaking 2.x

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