iOS 4.1 The iPod could not be restored. An unknown error occured (3014)

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  1. tehduck

    tehduck New Member

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    I am trying to restore my iPod, but error 3014 keeps coming up. I failed to put it in DFU mode for redsn0w. Help?

    Edit: It worked last night, but then I fell asleep, itwas on the page where it asks yuo if you want to sync you ipod when it was last synced etc.
  2. Synyster187

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    what firmware are you on?
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    xI Jakk Ix New Member

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    Recovery Mode. Turn it off whilst your iPod is not connected to your computer then hold the Home button as you insert the USB cable into your iPod and keep holding the Home button until the 'Insert to iTunes' logo comes up on your iPod.
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    Is that an error when downgrading or upgrading?

    Also, hold down Power and Home, then once it goes off keep holding home and release power, then eventually if it's plugged into the computer it shall bleep as a new device, signalling it's in DFU.
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    Are you in recvory mode?
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    tehduck New Member

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    I'm on 4.1, and it's in the normal state of an ipod when you first buy it.

    Scrap that, its in recovery mode.
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    That can be DFU or recovery.
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    Have you tried recboot to kick it out of recovery?
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    ^ Whats that?
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