Moved /usr/ and killed my ipod touch

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  1. dodo.the.last

    dodo.the.last New Member

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    today i wanted to install python through the cydia installer, but it says its not having enough space an the 300mb partion. so i decided to moved the biggest folder left on this partition .. the /usr/ folder .. not reminding all application needed for background doing are in this folder ... now i wanted to create an link with "ln-s /var/usr /" but - how a surprise - he didnt find the comand ... so i get on the foolish idea to reboot ... and now he reboots and reboots, but every time at the end of the boot he crashes and try to boot an new time .. with the same result

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    an other result is that i cant enter the recovery mode by holding the home and powerbutton, so i cannot retore him ...

    did somebody know a nice tool to restore an ipod touch without getting in recovery mode?
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    ZombieKiller Banned

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    OMG!!!

    Just use my god damn video!!!

    Its down in my sig...
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    dodo.the.last New Member

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    bam!!
    now ur my GOD
    (with other words: success

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    Lol, its a easy video to follow huh? And easier than the guide on the sticky huh?
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    i think the video is to long because its to easy ^^

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