iOS 4.0 iPod Hangs on Restore logo

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  1. edwinqut

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    Hey guys!

    I just recently updated to iOS4

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    , but I installed some apps which weren't working too well on my iPod, so i tried to go for a restore back to iOS4. I left my iPod Touch 2G MC model plugged in, and then noticed that the restoring stops when theres about 3% of the bar left..

    I've tried DFU and restore mode..

    Any help guys :/?

    Cheers in advance
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    Try iRecovery?
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    ^WIll do that bro.

    Also forgot to state, everytime i boot, it just comes up with the connect to itunes restore logo thing..
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    Run it when it gets to that.
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    ^WIll do. Now the problem is that when i open iRecovery it closes..
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    What do you mean? Did you drag it into your Terminal/Command Prompt window?
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    How do i do that >.<?
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    Move the .deb file (I think it's .deb. Might be wrong. Just move the file to the desktop.) to the desktop. Then open up the Command Prompt/Terminal window and drag the icon into the window. Then start it up with the -s prompt, etc.
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    Alright, i did that, but it says No iPhone/iPod found.. I have libusb installed..
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    Is your iPod connected to the computer and in recovery mode?

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