oh god please help am i bricked?!?!?!?!

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  1. whatever123

    whatever123 New Member

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    I used Quick freedom to try to jailbreak and seemed to be that everything was going good. But when i put it in DFU mode i thought i did it right but the screen is black now and i cant do anything. I do shift then click restore and it looks like its gonna work but it has error 1604 and my ipod is stuck. I dont care about jailbreaking just help me get my ipod working again.
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    I mean i shift and find the custom firmware
  2. cjori

    cjori New Member

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    Press home button + power button for 10 sec' then try to connect it to the computer
  3. fear_2670

    fear_2670 Banned

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    Place it in DFU, shift click restore and find the original 2.2.1 firmware.
  4. dweng85

    dweng85 Banned

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    yea that will ALWAYS work! even in the dimmest situations that is the one method that is fail safe
  5. DeFekT

    DeFekT New Member

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    Yep, you're bricked.

    Lol naw, put it in DFU and restore, stop being so worried, it's literally IMPOSSIBLE to brick your iPod software wise, you could always smash your iPod, then yeah it would be as useless as a paper wait.
  6. realyst

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    also, make sure to read the threads on how to avoid 1604 using quickfreedom.

    You just need to swap the USB port and try again. It's not a brick.
  7. Man696

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    Nah your not bricked, but that dosen't mean you should stop seeking help.
  8. Kazum

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    Did you try restoring to factory settings (just restore, not shift click)?
  9. mitchell209

    mitchell209 Active Member

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    Wow, is it that hard to search?
    Just type in the error and see who posted what about it...
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    Wow is all I have to say. You people don't get that you can't brick. Hold home and power until it says device not recognized. Then go into dfu mode.

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