Tested and Confirmed: OS X 10.5.7 Recognizes DFU Mode

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    Hello again, PwnageTool and QuickPwn. I've missed you both.

    Tested on an Early 2008 White MacBook running OS X 10.5.7 installed via the Combo Update. The device is a first-generation iPod touch running a custom 2.2.1 firmware. The iTunes version is 8.1.1 (10).

    The iPod was connected to the computer via the USB cable, then placed into DFU mode using PwnageTool. iTunes responded with a 2001 error. The iPod was disconnected and then reconnected, at which point it appeared in iTunes with the standard "iTunes has detected an iPod in Recovery Mode" message.

    If you want my theme, the dock is Viridus Pretiosa. The icons are from Buuf Deuce. The "About This Mac" graphics came from here and the iTunes theme is "Bister," available in the Magnifique theming application. Icons and dock were applied via CandyBar, the About This Mac graphics were done through manual replacement, and the iTunes theme was done through Magnifique.
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    Nice to know.
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    kool beans, i didn't even know it was released, updating.
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    Anyone test for the new UniBody Macbooks? My iPod's upstairs. </lazy>
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    This was the first thing I tested on My Unibody MacBook Pro. Yes, it works

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    I'm the one that found out about the whole thing. Were if you unplug the ipod and plug it back in again itunes regonizes it, but i guess i wount be getting credit for this!

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    Yeah, i thought about it, but it was, yet again, and iPod was upstairs kind of thing...

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    Thanks.

    You invented plugging a DFU iPod into a computer? Oh.
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    Cool. Just in time haha

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    EDIT:does it work on unibody Macbooks?

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