iPod stuck at pwnapple

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  1. datrupnoy

    datrupnoy New Member

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    ok so i used sbsettings to make the icons invisible and then it started to respring, but it got stuck at the spinning wheel, so i force shut the ipod off and tried to turn it off. now it wont turn on. its stuck at the pwnapple now. then the steve jobs animation showed, now what do i do
  2. leadergo

    leadergo Active Member

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    you are now in Recovery Mode. Plug your iPod into iTunes and restore. Or even better, put your iPod in DFU mode and restore. Just a reminder, never hide all icons with Poof. That was my biggest mistake with my 3G at work.
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    datrupnoy New Member

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    ok, so it shows up on itunes and it says that it is syncing, but it still doesnt turn on amd beeps constantly

    it is also showing the SWOD on top of the pwnapple
  4. leadergo

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    First, plug it in to iTunes. Put it in DFU mode by holding Home and Power for 10 seconds, then let go of Power, but keep holding home for another 10 seconds. You timings must be correct, so use your computer clock to help. It should show up as a black screen, and iTunes will tell you to restore. Proceed to restoring.
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    datrupnoy New Member

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    ok ill try

    i got error 2001, i cant DFU my ipod, after error 2001 it doesnt show up on itunes as a new ipod that i have to restore
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    use a 3rd party app to force it into DFU. Ziphone readily comes to mind. Restore using that
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    that happened to me also, I just had to restore. It didn't work at first but I kept trying and it eventually worked
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    behold the spinning wheel of death
  9. ipodtouchpwnd69

    ipodtouchpwnd69 New Member

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    haha u spoofed all the icons? thats pretty funny haha

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