Ipod Touch Virus

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by ddxcb, Mar 17, 2010.

  1. ddxcb

    ddxcb Active Member

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    My Ipod is screwed up. I had 5.5gb left in the 8gb ipod touch and now its at 0MB and it keeps on crashing. I didnt do anything excpt use the ipod touch for mail and i dont think that would be the problem.
  2. narwal13

    narwal13 Active Member

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    if your device jailbroken?
  3. dunuck

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    put your ipod in DFU mode and then restore
  4. ddxcb

    ddxcb Active Member

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    Ipod is JB and DFU/R is my last option.
  5. GeorgeJQ

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    how does it crash? can u turn it on? plug it into ur computer?
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    i had the same problem, any idea what causes it?
  7. ddxcb

    ddxcb Active Member

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    When the ipod have no more memory it crashes aka turns off and have to hard boot it aka hold down home and power. i can plug it in the PC but i dont want to restore it. and i look at it for some reason rockxy or what ever app it is had 3.5gb of data of a log ?
  8. dunuck

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    your ipod is clearly messed up

    just restore and it will run overall better just because you clean all the sh*t that is on it

    Take my word for it, dont be lazy and do a full restore (dont restore from a backup)
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    then can u try deleting that through usb connect or ssh or something?
  10. ddxcb

    ddxcb Active Member

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    Just did a normal shutdown now its at 5.5gb

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