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  1. aftershock68

    aftershock68 New Member

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    If you may know, I have been around for a while helping members of this forum, but it is now my time to need help. After trying WinPwn out, and failing, I have come to a point where it is impossible to do anything. After receiving error (6), about nine times restoring to my custom firmware, I decided to say "screw it" and restore to a regular version of 1.1.4. I was again faced with failure, the error (6). Now what? I am not whining, "Omg me ipods arez brickled," I just need some direction on how to get out of this? It boots into restore mode, and it will not restore from DFU. Yes, I can jump into normal mode using ZiPhone, but it jumps back into restore mode upon reboot. I do not like that. Lol.
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    Hiratai Banned

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    Use inDependence or iBrickr once you're in recovery mode. It will put you in normal or whatever you want to call it mode.
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    Ok...Try to kick it into DFU mode using ziphone (I hate ziphone but i only use it for the dfu stuff). Then try to restore. If that does not work, reboot your computer and try again. If your iPod currently Jailbroken?
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    You don't get it, iTunes errors out from DFU mode, and I know I can get into normal mode, but it jumps into restore mode after reboot. If I lock up during school or something, what am I supposed to do?



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    Thats really wierd as Error 6 and Error 10 are alsmost always caused by incorrect boot logo's?

    And yet to be getting it when using a normal apple firmware???

    0_o
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    Use Windows and use iBrickr. It makes it stay permanent.
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    I know iBrickr. The CMD FSBOOT command and sequence only stayed permanent for the soft upgrades. My problem is caused by an incomplete firmware.
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    Redownload the firmware, extract WTF.s5l8900xall.RELEASE.dfu from iPod1,1_1.1.4_4A102_Restore.ipsw/Firmware/dfu, send it to your iPod with iPHUC via the filecopytophone command while in restore mode, execute cmd go and restore from iTunes.
    It sounds like you've somehow touched the original firmware and that you're using the WTF file from the custom firmware to control DFU mode.
    I don't know if that's even touched, but just redownload the .ipsw to be safe.
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    It said Filecopytophone: 11
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