Stuck in recovery and iTunes won't connect to iPod!!!

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by donkeychill, Apr 24, 2008.

  1. donkeychill

    donkeychill Member

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    What can I do? I've tried most of the things here on the forums and on YouTube but need more help. Ive searched but nothign really works for me. What can I do?

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  2. ibitapple

    ibitapple New Member

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    did u use iliberty
  3. donkeychill

    donkeychill Member

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    If my iPod wont connect to iTunes then I dont think it would connect to another program. I've tried Ziphone and iBrickr but none connected.
  4. Magically delicious

    Magically delicious New Member

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    if you use the latest version of ziphone it should have advanced features go down to that and send it into DFU mode. It doesn't matter if it doesn't show it's connected or not it should work anyway even if it is off.
  5. donkeychill

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    I tried but didn't work...It like just doesn't connect to anything...I am currently using Windows XP and it connects to the computer but a pop up comes up saying that I need to install: Apple Mobile Device (Recovery Mode) I click install but doesn't work since it doesn't have a CD-Rom. So I am clueless of what to do....
  6. Gamma

    Gamma Active Member

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    reinstall itunes
    or unzip the itunes installer
    and double click on the Apple Mobile Device Support.msi
    then restart
    and try again
  7. zanyzonk1

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    Yeah, it's the pc, not the device. I would try the following:

    Try to sort out whatever corruptibilities there are on your PC, so you can get it to read your touch. The driver (Apple Mobile Device) that tells your PC how to 'handle' your iPod. If these fail to work, as a temporary solution, you could:

    Try using another PC or Mac

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