Rebooting went bad!

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  1. redness1234

    redness1234 New Member

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    I am running a second generation iPod touch on 3.1.3 jailbroken with Spirit.

    My volume up and down buttons weren't working well, so in SBsettings I tried a reboot. Now I am stuck at a black screen with a spinning gear in the center. The startup logo hasn't showed up.

    I plugged it into a power source, but nothing happened. iTunes briefly recognized the iPod, but gave an error 0xe800065. Now iTunes doesn't show it at all. Please help me out! thanks in advance!
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    kyle1320 Banned

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    try holding the power and home buttons just till the screen turns black, then let go. see if it turns on then.
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    I held them for a minute and the screen didn't go black. DFU doesn't work.
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    Naveen121 Well-Known Member

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    Make sure that your iPod is unplugged. Hold the Power and Home buttons at the same time until your iPod turns off. This is not the DFU mode process. This is just a force shut down for your iPod. Just keep holding the buttons as long as you need to, until the screen turns off. Then let go of both buttons and turn your iPod on like your normally would (pressing the Power button for a couple of seconds).
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    redness1234 New Member

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    How long should I hold it before I give up, because it doesn't seem to work.
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    Naveen121 Well-Known Member

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    Try a good 10 to 30 seconds. That's all it should take. If that still doesn't work, then I would suggest just leaving somewhere where it won't be disturbed and let the battery just die out.
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    That's what I did. Thank you guys!
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    iphone error 0xe800064

    fantastic.... tnak you guys... I had the same problem while updating... now i have been able to fix it just by following the given procedure... wow.... thankz again
  10. Cwazywazy

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    wow... your first post was a bump...

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