Never ending Apple Logo after redsnow 0.1 jailbreak

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  1. anc96

    anc96 New Member

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    I have used the newly released QuickPwn Beta (Windows) to jailbreak my ipt2g, when it had finished everything it then said it was rebooting. It was stuck on the Apple logo and every now and again it would play the charging 'beep'. I managed to get my iPod in DFU Mode or Recovery Mode and am now restoring my original data (un-jb).

    Is there any way I can prevent this from happening again?

    Thanks, Alex
  2. bontje

    bontje New Member

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    You dont think it's possible it was just taking a very long time to load up and turn on?
  3. anc96

    anc96 New Member

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    No, because it was rebooting every few minutes, but wouldn't get past the Apple Logo.
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    mitchell209 Active Member

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    That's weird.
    Did you restore to the Original 2.2.1 before Jailbreaking?
    Some people have problems.. Mine on the other hand was fine after I used QuickPwn on it without restoring to the Original 2.2.1
    ANd try using QuickPwn 0.2
  5. anc96

    anc96 New Member

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    By QuickPwn 0.2 do you mean the unofficial one?
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    Yes, the new one planetbeing released.
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    Ipwnnubletz Banned

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    I'd suggest you do a factory restore before you jailbreak. That usually resolves most problems.
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    Oh, forgot about that.

    You can try without restoring though, since it worked fine on mine. Just back up your stuff before you do, in case something goes wrong.

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