Recovery Mode everytime I power down?...

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  1. Abcmsaj

    Abcmsaj Retired Moderator

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    Everytime I power off and on again, I end up in Recovery mode.

    I "cmd fsboot" it each time... But it gets annoying when my iPod does this thing where it WAS on but switches itself off and becomes unreactive to button pushing..
    Odd.

    Any ideas for the Recov mode probelm though?
  2. router291

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    Do you press the sleep button only or the sleep and home buttons at the same time?
  3. Abcmsaj

    Abcmsaj Retired Moderator

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    Just sleep
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    take it to apple theyll fix it
  5. Abcmsaj

    Abcmsaj Retired Moderator

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    No worries.
    If this happens, Open ibrickr while your iPod's in recovery mode and it will fix it.

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  6. Redshift

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    Download iBrickr: http://outgoing.ifans.com/?d=aHR0cDovL2NyZS5hdGlvbnMubmV0L2NyZWF0aW9uL2licmlja3I~

    extract the files to a directory like: c:\\iBrickr

    go to start>>run type in cmd to open up command prompt

    in command promt type in:
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    cd c:\\iBrickr
    then, make sure your ipod is connected and is rebooted in recovery mode like it does and type in the following commands
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    iphoneinterface.exe
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    setenv auto-boot true
    hit enter then type this:
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    saveenv
    hit enter and then type this:
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    fsboot
    hit enter, and then your iphone/ipod touch should boot regularly.

    as a test, reboot your iphone, if it doesnt end up in recovery mode again, then its fixed.

    I get the unreactive button thing too, even though i KNOW it's on. Annoys me, and even worse if you have to reset, and your ipod goes into recovery mode each time you reboot, but the fix above should work.
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    Thanks redshift.
    Saved as a .txt file.

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