She just won't boot...

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by B2TheEYo, Feb 11, 2009.

  1. B2TheEYo

    B2TheEYo New Member

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    Hey all...

    Well, I finally started making a break through with my jailbreak, finally getting my hands dirty so to speak. Thanks to relentless, repetitive errors stopping me from download any and all packages I desired.

    Typical, just now it decides it won't boot.

    It gets to the Apple logo, and hangs... sits there.. then completely shuts off.

    Exciting...

    Starting from scratch all over again so it seems (this is starting to totally not be worth it

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  2. iNsTiiNkZ

    iNsTiiNkZ New Member

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    2G iPod touch
    What I did when this happened to me was, restore to original FW, then redownload everything, then got the custom FW from XPwn..and just went on..

    PM me if this doesn't help/you need more help.
  3. B2TheEYo

    B2TheEYo New Member

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    Thanks, it worked out. =)

    Wasn't happy about starting from scratch but I managed to get everything back to normal again (just missing 2 things =P). But this time it's doing better, less issues then before.

    Cheers.
  4. firefoxuser

    firefoxuser New Member

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    yeah i might rejailbreak with the semitethered
  5. tj_harris24

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    Device:
    iPhone 5S
    Download BootHelper from http://[PIRACY.rs].com/files/192571658/boothelper.rar


    1.) Download Boothelper and extract it to your desktop.
    2.) Plug in your iPod (Close iTunes if it opens)
    3.) Go into the boothelper folder and run Boot.bat.
    4.) It will tell you how to put your ipod into DFU mode, so do it.
    5.) Your screen should be black and your computer shouldn't recognize it.
    6.) Hit enter and it will tell you to unplug and replug your iPod.
    7.) Your screen should be white.
    8.) Hit enter when it turns white.
    9.) Type in arm7_go [enter]
    arm7_stop [enter]
    CTRL+C and then N [enter]
    10.) Type go
    CTRL+C and then N [enter]
    Hit enter again.
    11.) Your iPod should boot and be detected by iTunes.

    Good Luck!
    -T.J. Harris

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