Problem switching off or standby mode for iPod Touch

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  1. kimura

    kimura New Member

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    Hey... I have trouble switching off or turning to standby mode using the button. Pressing the button has no effect on it. Have to always wait for iPod touch to switch to standby mode automatically, which may take a bit of time.

    What seems to be the problem?
  2. murphmanny

    murphmanny Banned

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    are u talking about sleep mode?
  3. kimura

    kimura New Member

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    Yes.. even when I press the button for the longest time, there is no effect. What happen? This problem persist for a long while... Could it be the firmware? Mine is still 1.1.1.
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    hmm any water damage or did u mess with files?
  5. kimura

    kimura New Member

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    Only jailbreak. Nothing else.

  6. yoyorks

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    restore may be a good idea, jsut to see if it still doesnt work. if so, send to apple, if not, rejailbreak and see if the problem returns
  7. kimura

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    Restore? Geezz ... that would be more work...Do you tink I should upgrade the firmware as well then? 1.12 or 1.1.3?
  8. kimura

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    I tried restoring but pressing both buttons cannot do so. Any other ways to restore? Cos if send to apple, will the warranty be void if it's jailbroken?
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    eric_chaos Well-Known Member

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    Just plug it in and press restore. It doesn't need to be in restore mode to restore.
  10. showaco

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    connect to itunes on your computer, go to ipod summary and click on restore. You can also update firmware at same time. You can also use ziphone to force dfu or restore mode. If you are going to jb with ziphone, its better to force dfu, then restore with itunes, and then jb.

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