1. simplymac

    simplymac New Member

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    Hello, I don't know what happened, but I tapped a source from the source menu in cydia, and it hung. I shut down my ipod touch using home+lock for 8 seconds. Then my iPod Touch would boot. Then I put it in DFU. Should I try to boot it with rslite 101? Or should I restore.
  2. Bonestack

    Bonestack New Member

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    So is it tethered or untethered?

    EDIT: Make sure it's not in DFU mode if the screen doesn't seem to turn on.
  3. simplymac

    simplymac New Member

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    It's untethered, and I know it's in DFU because iTunes detects it and the screen is off. I already tried recovery.
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    Bonestack New Member

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    Turn it off again with the home+sleep 8 seconds thing and then try to boot it. If it doesn't work (shut iTunes off) unplug it and plug it in holding the home key. The "connect to itunes" icon should come. Then try to shut off again or go into DFU and try recovery.
  5. simplymac

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    W00t! THANK YOU! Now I have firmware 2.2.1 and 2.1.1 for no reason though lol.
  6. NeSEncHo

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    Eh yeah, I have no idea if it is good, but for me Cydia takes a really long time to work if i select a source. Three minutes at least.

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