Usb connection problems

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  1. laurasauros

    laurasauros New Member

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    Hey, i just joined the forums and i need some serious help

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    i had a jailbroken device however just last night i was trying to update and ended up putting my ipod into recovery and now its not jail broken and i dont know how to get it back

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    but, now when i open itunes and plug usb into ipod to makes a weird noise idk how to explain it like its not going to work. Nothing like the normall connection sound but it wont recognize my ipod on itunes. however if i plug tht same usb cord into wall charger and into ipod it charges fine. Can someone please help me get it to AT LEAST connect. Or if u can help me re-jailbreak i would really appreciate it

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    btw- i am on 2.2.1.
  2. YankeesSuck

    YankeesSuck New Member

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    Ok first download 3.1.2 firmware for your device (google is your friend) Then try to put it into DFU mode (hold the power and home until the screen turns off then hold the home until you hear it recognized on your computer then shift restore on itunes to the 3.1.2 firmware.
  3. laurasauros

    laurasauros New Member

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    I tried to put into 3.2.1 yesterday and i did all tht and it was still in 2.2.1 :S i guess i did it wrong ? :S
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    Wait what did you do?
  5. xFKSxSquirrel

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    use dfu mode

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