iPod touch full restore

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  1. Vhax

    Vhax Member

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    I got an iPod 3G 8GB Jbroken.
    I've been thinking about doing a full restore, like I don't want any traces of JB, factory settings. You know, nothing at all, "7GB" free.
    Juat doing this when the new jb comes out . Like a fresh new start

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    thanks in advance.
  2. Theodosius

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    What's your question?
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    How to restore.
  4. Theodosius

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    Plug your iPod into iTunes. Click restore. Wait for restore. Done.

    *Note all apps/settings/photos/songs etc. will be deleted unless you back-up first, and restore to back-up.
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    Okay, I just wanted to make sure that, maybe if I did a restore, I wouldn't get my whole memory back.
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    You should get all 7GB's back.
  7. Coca Cola

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    If you want to start "fresh" you use DFU mode.. not iTunes restore mode. To get into DFU Mode, you much hold both power+home button for 10 seconds, release the power button but continue to hold the home button until iTunes detects recovery mode but you see a blank screen on your iPod. Now restore.

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    Yeah, DFU mode is always the best if you want to erase all traces of a jailbreak.

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