is it possible to Jailbreak TOO much?

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.x Jailbreak' started by EvanTDM, Jun 6, 2008.

  1. EvanTDM

    EvanTDM New Member

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    well about a month ago i turned my iPod on and it had the white text. didn't have BSD root error, no AT Spamming, just saying the firmware was loaded and it would stay on for 15 minutes EXACTLY and reboot and loop. well i fixed it but whenever i restore to any firmware, it has a white screen when itunes forces a reboot and it stays like that for 30 seconds until it finally restores

    but now whenever i jailbreak it, firmware 1.1.1 through 4, installer will load up a category and it will take more than 5 minutes to load it. and most of the time whenever i download something like a safari plugin or a game, it wont work. but it all started a month after i pwned my iPod. there is really know way i can think of that an iPod can get the white text without f***ing with it first..? might there be a limit to jailbreaking?
  2. swillard8

    swillard8 New Member

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    no, i dont think so, its only software related, it may be possible that if the software isnt hardware optimised it might overheat and damage the circuitry that way.
  3. nachos1010

    nachos1010 New Member

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    i think your itouch got messed up from pwning it.
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    flattop95 New Member

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    i think your ipod is just kinda tired, just leave for a sec and try it again
  5. KStarfire

    KStarfire New Member

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    Do you realize how stupid this sounds?
  6. Go Avalanche

    Go Avalanche Banned

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    I think its software related bring it to apple if it always acts up

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