Serious problem here..Help! SBSettings Related...

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  1. LssThanThree

    LssThanThree Active Member

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    So today i decided to hide all the icons on my ipod exept for the music app....
    i used SBSettings to do that...
    so after i respringed the little circle that spins came out and kept spinning and eventualy it froze...
    i tried restarting it and it hangs on the apple logo..and the spinning circle comes out...and frezes....
    i dont want to restore...any help?
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    MrDennings Banned

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    do a hard reset
  3. finalcoyote

    finalcoyote New Member

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    Hard Reset
    / Restore
  4. LssThanThree

    LssThanThree Active Member

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    I tried doing the hard reset...
    Nothing works so far...
    i guess the only opiton is restore...
  5. Nathan B

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    Maybe try running Redsn0w 0.3?
  6. LssThanThree

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    I can't get into DFU!
    Seriously...
    i've done it so many times in the past and now it's not working..
    danmmm...
    i'm getting a little worried..
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    that's what happened to me, it goes on like a booting loop, right?

    i had to restore, as soon as iTunes recongised it before it begain to reboot again.

    (btw, how do you do a 'hard reset' and how is it different to restoring>?
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    You can always get into DFU mode, you are not doing it right.
  9. LssThanThree

    LssThanThree Active Member

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    i know that when its in dfu, it shows a blackscreen..
    well when i try, it just keeps on restarting...
    in an apple loop..
    and yes, i know how to put it in DFU mode...
    Maybe because i'm on the school's computer?

    **And doing a hard reset requires u to hold the home and power button until it resets..
    it's different from a restore because all it does is perform a full
    NAND R/O restore...
    right guys?
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    The computer you use should not stop you from going into DFU mode. How are you trying to get into DFU mode?

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