iPod Touch Stuck On Boot Logo, 2.0

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X' started by darc10222, Jul 18, 2008.

  1. darc10222

    darc10222 Banned

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    Uhhh... iPod Touch/iTunes froze up while I was syncing, so I unplugged my Touch and had to hard reboot it cause it was frozen still, so now I have done it a few times, and this time it's been going for 30 mins, no start-up.
  2. AngelSynth

    AngelSynth Banned

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    DFU force restore
  3. darc10222

    darc10222 Banned

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    Yay, fixed without restore.
  4. AngelSynth

    AngelSynth Banned

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    how might I ask?
  5. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Just restart the iPod. Thats what I did.
  6. darc10222

    darc10222 Banned

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    Teslanaut, I had already restarted the iPod 3 times...
    I got it to work by plugging it into the computer, exiting iTunes and restarting again.
  7. Peter Delin

    Peter Delin New Member

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    What about a frozen Pineapple

    I know this doesn't help this thread, but I have a frozen jailbroken iPod Touch. all it will do is turn on with the pineapple logo. I can turn it off by holding the power and home keys, and on by pressing power, but that's it. I've tried all the suggestions for unfreezing I could find on this site, but nothing has worked.; iTunes will not recognize its existence. Unless I can get some help I feel I may have a dead iPod.

    Peter Delin
  8. ipodtouchfan101

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    try putting it in dfu mode and restore.
  9. Peter Delin

    Peter Delin New Member

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    I have been unable to put it in DFU mode. I suspect that may require iTunes to recognise it is there.
  10. Abcmsaj

    Abcmsaj Retired Moderator

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    It can't be dead... The only way you can kill it is smashing it into a wall - and I don't even think that would do the job..

    If you can't reboot it, you're going to have to restore it and start from scratch. If that doesn't work, DFU mode (search it). Hope you backed it up (Y)

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