Ive tried everything, There seems to be no way to boot it back up

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  1. Xwar

    Xwar New Member

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    (Sorry for reposting this, The other tread title is too basic)

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    Okay
    I have a jailbroken ipod
    Worked fine
    100% jailbroken

    Heres the problem:
    I downloaded winterboard
    When it rebooted, it never turned back on, and still doesnt.

    When i try the voltage reboot, i only get an error message saying that my ipod is off or unbootable.
    Also, itunes doesnt allow me to restore but recognizes it in recovery mode

    I used the voltage Jb and it worked fine completely
    I was able to play games, listen to music,I had emulators, all that jazz
    But as soon as i installed winterboard and it rebooted, i was screwed
    I am a noob to all this as you can tell

    Im currently charging the ipod with a wallcharger in hopes that it may be just the battery

    I havent found anyone with my EXACT problem stemming from the winterboard download (Not blaming it on winterboard). Though, i have seen alot of people getting the same error messages and getting results, though unsuccesful in my attempts.

    Any ideas?
  2. flammenwerfer

    flammenwerfer New Member

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    Uhm.. plug your ipod in the usb, put it in DFU mode, then use the voltage booter.
  3. AmazingNachos

    AmazingNachos Banned

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    what a n00b XD
  4. xTommyx

    xTommyx New Member

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    Exactly what he said.
  5. hazzah

    hazzah New Member

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    have you tried putting it in dfu?

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