White screen of death? HELP!!!

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  1. Snwykid

    Snwykid New Member

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    My iPod touch 2G 8GB worked fine for a while. Then i got the WSOD. Ive tried restoreing. It restores but the screen is still white. I can even hear when i "Slide to unlock" but the screen is still white. Any ideas?
  2. wasssabi5

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    wow

    haha same with mine, my friend said throw it in the freezer for 1 hour and i was like wat do i have to lose so i did and its fixed
  3. SpeedyApocalypse

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    I doubt it.

    Anyways, back on topic. Try put your iPod into DFU or Recovery Mode. Try Recovery Mode first and if that doesn't work, you should next try DFU. That should fix your iPod. Next, set it up as a new iPod and it should be fine.
  4. kingcoolryan

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    Screen problem probly... Ahh if u can take to apple .. Then take it
  5. Snwykid

    Snwykid New Member

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    I put it into recovery mode (Managed to cut it off and hold the home and plug it in) And i tried DFU (Hold the power button for 2 seconds then hold home and power for 10 seconds then release the power and hold home until iTunes recognizes an ipod in recovery)

    Then i restored and i still have a white screen =/. The touch screen is still responsive. Its just white.
  6. b777forever

    b777forever Well-Known Member

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    You must have a defective unit. If you still have warranty, send it back to Apple...

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