I need some help...

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.x Jailbreak' started by l33t, Oct 20, 2007.

  1. l33t

    l33t New Member

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    I was wondering if jailbreaking is very risky. Is it possible to screw up the jailbreak and break your iPod forever?


    By the way...does anyone know if this metod of jailbreaking is good? I thought that one was pretty easy to figure out.



    Thanks, l33t
  2. PtOs

    PtOs New Member

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    i was in your boat not 5 hours ago..

    i took a step and tried it, and managed to f*** things up, all i had to do was do a restore and i was back to normal!

    you'll void your guarenteee by installing jailbreak, but it wont brick your ipod!
  3. SoManyHaterz

    SoManyHaterz New Member

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    hey use touchfree ! (google it) a lot easier than the other auto jailbreaker. plus installs smb for u
  4. twerk

    twerk New Member

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    i was scared like u and asked the same questions

    just jailbroke it last night

    download touchfree v0.6

    it will b a setup file like touchfree-setup.exe

    install that

    go to touchfree in your program files (PC) -- open it up

    the little window will pop up just follow the onscreen instructions its very straight forward

    it will look like this
    http://www.slovix.com/touchfree/screenshots.htm

    make sure that you dont go to next step until you have done what it said on the screen

    --restart
    or access the jailbreak.tctort02435.com website (not the actual one i forget

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    peace
  5. Drayshak

    Drayshak New Member

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    From what I understand it is very, very hard to render your iPod Touch completely useless - all it takes is a manual restore (The bottom of this post explains how to do so).

    I recommend this tutorial for jailbreaking the iPod Touch - it seems very simple to follow. It's for Windows only though.
  6. omnibus

    omnibus New Member

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    Have some patience, and preserve the warranty, wait till February when all the apps you want will be available without worrying about problems.
  7. PtOs

    PtOs New Member

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    i dont see how apple will see if my warranty is void.. if i just do a manual restore once im sending it in, how on earth will they be able to see i had something else installed!
  8. need4speed

    need4speed New Member

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    You have a point there.
  9. PtOs

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    i mean, i already once did a restore, and that fully removed every trace of my jailbreaking, (cause i screwed the installations up the first time), so unless the defaul firmware drops a line somewhere secret, that it has been deleted/overwritten , i dont see how they'll be able to spot a standard apple firmware, and a restored apple firmware!

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    Collateral Active Member

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    In other words, a win-win

    0-1% chance of total brick
    No void guarentees.

    GO FOR IT!

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