ipod restored but still won't boot

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  1. sweetcriminal

    sweetcriminal New Member

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    Hi I have a 16gb ipod touch first gen. One day i turned it on and it sat at the apple logo for a good few minutes. then it got the little circle that it was loading. After five minutes or so it just restarted and did the same thing. So i broucht it home did a restore and updated it to 2.2 and the problem still exists. I left it on doing the restart thing over night and in the morning it turned on. Right away i clicked on youtube and then a video. it played like normal but when i went to exit out it froze. making me restart it and now stuck in the logo loop. I decided to jailbreak it and it siad it was succesful. Now instead of the apple logo i'm stuck at the pineapple logo lol so what can i do?
  2. NinjaBurrito

    NinjaBurrito New Member

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    Number one, DON'T EVERRRRR CHANGE YOUR BOOT LOGO IF YOU ARE HAVING PROBLEMS LIKE THAT.

    Number two. Trying putting your ipod in DFU mode. Look for a guide on here.

    Number three. Let me stress this. DON"T EVER CHANGE YOUR BOOT LOGO IF YOU ARE HAVING PROBLEMS LIKE THAT.
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    thanks and after 2 hours it loads and i can use it but the problem still exists
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    ipodtouch1313 New Member

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    heres the only DFU guide that worked for me

    1. Turn on your iPod (in my case it would only get as far as displaying the
    Apple logo
    2. Hold the power and home buttons down (the iPod will power off after 10
    seconds, but keep holding those buttons down)
    3. After the iPod powers off, release the power button (but keep holding the
    home button down)
    4. After a couple more seconds, you should hear that magical “ding dong”
    that means the iPod is coming back alive, and that Windows has detected
    it. You may even see a little “New hardware” popup in Windows. It is now
    safe to release the home button, and your iPod is in DFU mode.
    5. Now iTunes will see it as a DFU’ed iPod and should ask you to
    automatically restore its firmware.

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