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  1. jtn93

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    awal Well-Known Member

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    No. All of those videos are fake. Quickpwn does NOT work for a 2G, as has been stated about a million times here already.
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    just use a GUI such as cyW00d it makes it just as easy as quickpwn just a few more clicks and putting in DFU
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    im sorry, whats DFU?
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    DFU mode? hmm you need to do some searching on these forums before you jailbreak. it is all over the forums. just look at the jailbreak 2g section
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    DFU- device firmware upgrade mode, u can send commands to it from the comp ( dongle maybe) when its like this.
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    before I do it, could people answer this? thanks in advance

    I have a 2nd gen Ipod Touch, 2.2 Version and I am on Windows Vista

    I have a few questions I hope you could answer for me:

    1. When you say its the last time you will sync, what do you mean by that? Is this the last time I can add stuff (Music, Video, Photos) through Itunes?

    2. Will I lose all my media (music, photo's, current apps, Videos) from the jailbreak above?

    3. Do I risk bricking my trouch?

    4. Will my Ipod run slower and freeze more?

    5. Can I still run my touch in Itunes? And do everything as if it were not jailbroken? (like will Apple delete the apps on it?)


    Thanks in advance
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    2: Yes
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