untethered brick

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  1. Ranko95

    Ranko95 New Member

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    please help i think i have honestly bricked my ipod. I had tethered and then tried to switch to untethered. The first time i forgot to end it with "reboot" Then i tried it again and i did "reboot" at the end this time. my ipod will not boot. I put it in dfu mode and run boothelper but that doesn't work. re-untethering doesn't help either. is there a way to reset the bdev to try again? please help im desperate!
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    DeFekT New Member

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    DFU>Restore To Original IPSW>Re-Jailbreak

    Three step process =]]
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    dfu then restore

    EDIT: ninja'd
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    RESTORE (facepalm)
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    Offtopic: Kzr, what theme is that? I really like it, I know it's KillSignCarbonBlue but what background? :3
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    i thought restoring didnt rewrite bdev files...
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    restoring rewrites everything man
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    nice!!!! also it wont boot simply because i forgot the "reboot" at the end right?
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    you shouldn't play with bdev files if you don't know exactly what you're doing, or at least have a firm idea. ctrl+alt+del yourself

    lol j/k
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    i do have a firm idea. i just forgot to put "reboot" at the end.

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