Please help! Problem with 2.2!

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X' started by Monkey_boy, Jan 17, 2009.

  1. Monkey_boy

    Monkey_boy New Member

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    Okay, I have gotten my ipod to the 2.2 firmware and have the new 2.2 Quickpwn version, it goes fine until the DFU mode part, after I put it into DFU mode the screen goes white, but in all the videos i've seen on youtube it is suppsed to go to some other screen with some downloading signal, but instead mine just stays on the white screen. Even after it says averything is complete and it saids "IHAZ complete" with a cat, it just stays on the white screen and some blue window pops up saying: "Quickpwn is modyifying your device, this process will allow custom firmware and other cool tweaks to be performed in the future. This process may take a while, and the ipod Touch will reboot itself, don't do anything to it until the reboot has happened". Nothing happens, even after hours, please someone PLEASE help me!

    P.S.I tried restoring it and then backing it up with my older stuff and try the quickpwn again but same thing, do I need to restore it and not back it up so it is a fresh ipod?

    Thanks, Brodie.
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    jpga13 Banned

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    Yes, set up as new ipod so none of the old permissions or anything get transferred over
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    Monkey_boy New Member

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    But ae you sure it will work after, because I don't want to delete all my other stuff and find out it still doesn't work, would it be a chance it working, or just a flat out yes?
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    jpga13 Banned

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    You should be able to do it without the restore. Put a copy of the 2.2 firmware on the desktop and try again. It takes like 10 mins to do the entire process. Go to Settings and set it so auto lock is off too
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    It's hard for me to even say that anymore even when it's true
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    r u on a mac? because if u are at 10.5.6. you may be receiving the dfu mode error.
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    The device wouldnt go into DFU if that was the case!
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    Yes, sorry forgot to mention I am on a mac.
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    So jpga13, what exactly do you think I do, like steps.
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    it may LOOK like DFU but does itunes recognize it as in recovery mode?

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