Rebooting to Recovery Mode?

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.3 Jailbreak' started by Exosion, Feb 19, 2008.

  1. Exosion

    Exosion Member

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    I just jailbroke to 1.1.3 properly using the Dev Soft Upgrade, and whenever I restart my ipod, it goes into recovery mode. Help? Yes, I've "Cmd fsboot"'ed with iphuc and it gets out fine, but if I go to restart it, it dies again.
  2. LiQuiD eYeZ

    LiQuiD eYeZ New Member

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    dont hold downl both buttons.

    hold the hold/ button after it goes of for 15-20 seconds then turn it on
  3. Mindfield

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    Don't use the sleep/wake + home method to reboot. Do it the "proper" way -- just hold sleep/wake 'til you get the shutoff slider, slide to turn off, then turn it back on.
  4. Exosion

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    Still getting the error.
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    I'm stuck at that part as well....

    Any suggestions apart from those above?

    edit: shall I plug it in and open itunes, then wait for it to [supposedly] reboot?

    ps: using mac, so ibrckr doesn't work.
  6. aftershock68

    aftershock68 New Member

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    It's a "Feature" of soft upgrades.
    Just use ZiPhone if you are an 8gb user.
    I'm a 16gb so I am on normal 1.1.3.
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    I used the dev soft upgrade before and this didn't happen.
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    Same here - seems to persist, but is no problem as long i don't reboot...
  9. Superperson

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    Just use iNdpendence or iBrickr. It sucks, but there's no way around it.
    Gawd, I hate soft upgrades.
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    What's even worse are people who don't research what they are doing before hand and then complain because it doesn't work.

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