Steps to Jailbreak your Ipod Touch

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  1. sjsharks

    sjsharks New Member

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    To get Installer Apps on your Ipod Touch Follow these steps:
    First download http://zoo.cs.yale.edu/~yw226/ipod/touchfree5.zip
    1. Extract all of the files in this zip archive.
    2. Copy iTunesMobileDevice.dll from C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin to the same folder as touchFree.exe.
    3. Restore your iPod to a fresh 1.1.1 state (recommended but optional)
    4. Exit out of iTunes. Using Task Manager (ctrl-alt-delete), end any other iTunes processes running on your computer, such as iTunesHelper.exe, or iPodService.exe. Do not open iTunes again until jailbreak is complete.
    5. Load http://jailbreak.toc2rta.com/ in Safari on the iPod. Safari should exit/crash.
    6. Run touchFree.exe (make sure iTunes is closed)
    - When prompted to reboot, turn off the iPod as you do so normally (slide to turn off) and then turn it on again. After the springboard (the UI of the iPod) appears on the iPod, push enter in the window to continue (the application cannot detect when the iPod has been successfully booted, so you need to cue it by pushing enter when asked to)
    - You will be asked to reboot twice at some point. This means turning the iPod off, turning it on, turning it off again, and then turning it back on before pushing enter to continue.
    7. You should end up with an iPod with Installer.app and Trip1Pogostick installed, and SSH,
    Go here on your ipod touch to download Installer ap http://conceitedsoftware.com/iphone/beta
    SFTP enabled.
    NOTES ON SSH/SFTP-----------------
    - Username to SSH is root, password is alpine- Recommended SSH client is PuTTY- Recommended SFTP client is WinSCP- If you're getting "connection timed out" errors, continually browse with Safari on the iPod while trying to connect to keep wi-fi active.
  2. Hazed

    Hazed Retired Moderator

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    I have already deleted this thread once, please do not post it again. The exact same guide can be found on this forum already or via the comprehensive jailbreak guide in the sticky at the top of this forum.
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