iPods Acting Wierd...

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by iPodTouchProduct, Jul 2, 2008.

  1. iPodTouchProduct

    iPodTouchProduct New Member

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    Hey everyone, well yesterday I recently installed all sources from ride4.org if thats right. And well everytime I put it in sleep mode the light just dims it does not shut off. Also I cant really access any of my applications only my categories work. And everytime i got to installer it just crashes I cannot even open up installer.

    I have restarded my iPod numerous times, and the only choice that I see out there is to save all my applications and then restore my iPod, and well thats the last thing i want to do

    Thanks for Anything.
  2. jpga13

    jpga13 Banned

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    Did you run BossTool? That is likely the installer issue. Need to research the others.
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    yes i did still nothing
  4. crizh4x

    crizh4x Active Member

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    did you ask your dev team?
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    That wasn't very nice but it made me chuckle.
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    nope no solution for that... maybe remove the last app u installed true SSH... or restore...
  7. MeleeMan101

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    that's what happened to me. Plug in your iPod to a Wii's USB, or a wall charger, or a printer with USB. Basically, hold off and home until it turns off. This is NOT gunna force restore it...After 3-5 times doing that, take you ipod out. If it still has the problem, normally make it turn off (hold to off button, slide to power off) and then do the same as when it was charged, if this doesn't work, 'kill' it. Make its battery run out. Then try again. Ummm.....Let's see
    Yeah....

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