Why does this message keep haunting me?!

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by TheAviator, Jun 14, 2008.

  1. TheAviator

    TheAviator New Member

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    Ok, I'm gonna try to not type with ALL CAPS here. After finally saving my iPot from ZiPhone, I follow a guide on this forum and jailbreak using iLiberty. Everything seems to be going beautifully until I download BSD 2.1. What do I see? "Package download failed"!.... I notice the queue isn't cleared, so i try both clearing options and still, that message keeps haunting me. I am on the verge of giving up jailbreaking for the first time, something that hasn't happened before. Could I PLEASE get some help on fixing this?!?!?!?!
  2. Shade

    Shade New Member

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    Go to settings and reset all general settings

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    Look for it..
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    flattop95 New Member

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    restart your ipod a few times and make sure your wifi is working, then force quit installer and let it sit for awhile and restart a few times
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    Hmm... still not workin, keeps timing out. Shade, look out for the PM I sent you.
  5. TheDuke1122

    TheDuke1122 New Member

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    I'm getting the same error and it keeps coming back. I've restarted, cleared que and everything. Any help is appreciated
  6. TheAviator

    TheAviator New Member

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    I solved my problem by restoring back up to 1.1.4 and jailbreaking via WinPwn. The only problem I have now is a defunct iPod driver. But usually that means more severe problems within the installer install itself. So for anyone else reading this, chances are, you'll need a restore.
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    defunct? what?
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    ayuzer New Member

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    use iliberty+, no problems w/ it
  9. TheAviator

    TheAviator New Member

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    Means the driver I had for the iPod down in the Windows drivers folder, usbaapl.sys, was corrupt when I downloaded it. It's the driver that iTunes needs specifcally for the iPod Touch/ iPhone.

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