noob friendly jailbreak for ipod touch 2g v.2.2.1

Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by et94, Apr 28, 2009.

  1. et94

    et94 Member

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    ok so guys i need to know the easiest method in the whole universe (literally cuz i know im gonna be noob at this) to jailbreak a ipod touch 2g v.2.2.1

    or

    should i jailbreak from v2.2
  2. studangerous

    studangerous Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Wrong forum... check the 2G jailbreak forum (your thread has been moved there). Use redsn0w to jailbreak. See the stuck threads above for details.
  3. pavan

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    redsn0w.com
    all you have to do is put it in DFU and wait. well u have to run the program first. it even has directions to put in DFU. go to redsn0w.com
  4. Khsbenny

    Khsbenny New Member

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    I would go to 2.2.1.
    Then just use Redsn0w.
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    alexak93 New Member

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    the 2g quick pwn is insanely easy. you would have to be a retard to screw it up
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    just use redsn0w vurtully impossible to mess upo
  7. elryo9

    elryo9 New Member

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    is it worth updating to 2.2.1

    are there any visible differences?
  8. mitchell209

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    Well, not really, but there are some minor differences/bug fixes.
    It's usually better to stay on the current firmware released atm..

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