WOW What's wrong with my iPod?

Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by HeavyComponent, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. HeavyComponent

    HeavyComponent Member

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    Their was a "change" in Cydia and I did the upgrade. After that it says to restart springboard. I tapped it and after I tapped it the iPod went to "shutdown". Where I have to slide it across to shut it down. For some reason every time I load up iPod back on it starts flashing and it goes straight to the shutdown again. If it does load up right it starts flashing again after a while and goes to the shutdown. I don't know how to stop it and to have it running good again.

    Anyone?
  2. ubunix

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    Enter DFU mode and restore...google that sh*t!
  3. HeavyComponent

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    What happens after I restore? Will I lose everything?
  4. JayOne

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    Yes you'll lose everything.
  5. HeavyComponent

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    On Youtube I see people doing a DFU boot to restore the iPod and they didn't lose anything. Is that the same thing? With this 1click boot program, but it's for tethered JB's and I have a untethered JB will that still work?
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    What they're doing is a nor only restore, which only makes tethered ipods untethered. so you will have to restore like normal and yes you will lose everything.
  7. HeavyComponent

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    Well I ended up not doing the restore because out of nowhere the iPod just started workin good again. I hope out of nowhere it doesn't start acting up.

    Thanks for the help guys.

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