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  1. l Krafty l

    l Krafty l Active Member

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    I think something is wrong. I started it up and its been sitting there for almost an hour. It took about 20 mins to go from "Jailbreaking" to "executing Jailbreak" but its just been sitting there. Is this normal and does it normally take this long?
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    Wayyyy too long, it took me around 1 min.....
  3. l Krafty l

    l Krafty l Active Member

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    Awesome...

    Seriously dont feel like re-inputting my music...
  4. l Krafty l

    l Krafty l Active Member

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    So basically it just f***ed up my iPod?
  5. GrooveMachine

    GrooveMachine Active Member

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    No, not at all. You can't brick an iPod with iLiberty+. Just go into DFU and restore, then sync your music back later.
  6. l Krafty l

    l Krafty l Active Member

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    *smacks head*

    Wish I had know this would have happened.
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    hakk79 Well-Known Member

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    iLiberty is pretty good for JB'ing iPod's. I just started using it recently.
  8. GrooveMachine

    GrooveMachine Active Member

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    It usually doesn't happen haha. But yeah, it shouldn't take more than 20 minutes to restore your stuff back.
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    jonnysniper44 New Member

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    Just manually put it into restore mode and restore it back
  10. l Krafty l

    l Krafty l Active Member

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    My music is still there, and its on 1.1.4.

    Attempt number two, here we go, and it seems to be working properly now.

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