Is There A Way to Put A Virus on Your Touch to get a new one?

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  1. dukeidude

    dukeidude Active Member

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    My WiFi keeps malfunctioning and the power/hold button fails at times. These are ongoing, but not present problems. I sent my Ipod in, and got it back as it was, not fixed. they said there was no problem, and yet, it continues to malfunction. So, is there a way to make it totally screw up so that i can get a new one? maybe a little water...
  2. 1god1king

    1god1king New Member

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    send it back and tell them it is a intermittent problem and that it has continued
    and as a customer you would like it replaced as it has occured since it has been returned

    to cause damaged to it will only give them reason to refuse to replace it at all .
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    Nt1440 New Member

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    yea doing something to it probably isnt the greatest idea, but if you go to an actual apple store and do a little slightly annoyed/smooth tlkn, im sure theyll take care of u
  4. Blake

    Blake Super Moderator Emeritus

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    No,
    You cant put a virus on the touch....
    I would just send it in again...
  5. dukeidude

    dukeidude Active Member

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    yeah, I figured since I already have the box to send it back the second time, I'll just send it back once more and if they send it back, I'll go to the store and do that smoooth talkin. haha
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    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Hmm... what you could do was:

    1) Restore to 1.1.1 and jailbreak
    2) Put on the Mail.app application
    3) Set it to autocheck
    4) Upgrade to 1.1.2

    I believe that autocheck was what caused the infinite crashing loop. If you shut it down, it is useless without a restore.

    I mean... all of this is theoretical...
  7. chopshop

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    Wouldn't they just restore it and send it back?
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    ayuzer New Member

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    microwave, 10 seconds , done
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    LOL that made me laugh for 10 mins constant
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