Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Your Everyday Hacker, Oct 21, 2008.
Title says it all.
1. iPhone Fanatics
2. iPhone section
3. Restore, thats all I can think of, put it into DFU and do a clean restore to the stock firmware, then restore again to the PWNed version. This always help a lot with problems.
Generally any problem that isn't hardware related would refer to the software, which again, is generally the same. So technically this could happen on an iPod Touch to, I'm 99% sure. XD
And I'm trying to avoid restore..
I really doubt there is any other way.
DFU Restore is my verdict. =\
but, if I had this problem with my ipod touch I would put it into dfu and then restore, you wanna make sure your iphone is okay, cause if its not, you dont wanna wait until your warrenty is up to buy a new one.
BTW: is it your iphone 2g or 3g?
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