Quickpwn??????

Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by DarkKnIgHt007, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. DarkKnIgHt007

    DarkKnIgHt007 New Member

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    Hey guys I am still waiting to jailbreak because I want quickpwn. Im not using quickfreedom because I have heard about a lot of problems and people breaking their ipods. My parents would KILL me if i broke mine. Does anyone know how long it usually takes to update quickpwn by past updates? i dont have a 1g or 3g so i dont know how long it took to make the 1g quickpwn. Thanks and are their any close to official GUIs i could use. (that arent beta)

    Darkknight007
  2. unknown1337

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    Oh my god, dude you dont know what your talking about. QuickFreedom is the BEST. QuickPwn isnt coming out yet, so just use that.
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    dont worry about breaking your ipod, its pretty much impossible to brick it or wreck it without trying. There is no quickpwn out for the 2g jb and quickfreedom really is easy and fast. dont worry about wrecking your ipod because there are a lot of threads on this website explaining how to fix your ipod or return your ipod back to its original state.
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    DarkKnIgHt007 New Member

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    well if it is the BEST then why are their countless people that have their ipods "broken." Ive heard about this looping problem and all kinds of other stuff.
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    Because they don't understand what's happened, that's all. I just used Quickfreedom and it worked like a charm =)

    The first time I tried (about 3 hours ago) I thought I bricked mine (screen wouldn't turn on, computer wouldn't recognize it, etc) and I just put it in DFU mode and restored factory firmware, then tried gain, but with success thistime.
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    EXACTLY, these people have no idea what they are talking about. They think its messed up, because they do not have the knowledge to fix the problem (which is actually just putting it in DFU Mode and restoring). MuscleNerd (from the iPhone Dev Team) confirmed that iPod Touches are unbrickable, as he has tried to intentionally brick it in the past. You have nothing to worry about.
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    Other people make other tools for variety or more features. QuickFreedom is the easiest in my opinion. iPod Touches are unbrickable, people just don't know what they're doing.

    Tools you should use ; RedTool
    QuickFreedom
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    I'm waiting for quickpwn too cause I hate libusb. Coutless people have posted that they get BSOD even if run in compatibility mode.
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    If people 'brick' their iPods, it's because they don't know how to fix simple problems. If you don't know a lot about jailbreaking 2G iPod Touches, you should probably not attempt it, because if you have a problem, you will have to ask quite a few questions to fix it. I used Quickfreedom, and it worked flawlessly. But then again, I was one of the ones who use redsn0w lite through command line when it first came out, so I have a bit of experience in this area. Quickfreedom is perfectly fine though. Don't be afraid

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    If you do a restore to 2.1.1, then do the QuickFreedom program, it's easy as pie (and I have NO technical knowledge of computers).

    Seriously, just do it. QuickFreedom explains it, gives a visual demonstration of putting the ipod into DFU mode, tells you what to do next, etc. There are really only a couple steps. It's easy, you'll jailbreak it, go for it.

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