After that, you'll go back to the "Slide to unlock" screen. You'll need to download some important packages first before you can do that. It's the same procedure as the "Force Restore" mode, so you'll need to scroll up a little to find instructions on how to do that. Step 2.5: [This step is optional] If your iPod Touch hangs or freezes or won't respond, do not panic. navigate here
Follow Step 5 for steps to manual restore it. Now you'll need to downgrade it. Unless you got plenty of iPod Touches with you, you should not attempt to do this. If you're using iPhone, please look elsewhere, because I can't experiment with a legitimate iPhone in my country yet. http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Jailbreak-your-Ipod-Touch-1.1.1-to-1.1.2-/
You can now Jailbreak your iPod Touch. To find where it is, it's in iTunes -> Devices -> Your iPod's -> Summary Step 1.2: If it's already 1.1.1, go to Step 4 (to download the 1.1.2 jailbreak files), Maybe error 1015 only applies to iPhone, I'm not too sure about that).
I hope it helps you increase your chances of jailbreaking your iPod Touch. There are literally thousands of written manuals online, but if you happen to stumble upon my site, please drop by and say hello or something. It should restart with a blank screen. Downloading may take a while, so you can prepare some coffee or watch some TV shows while waiting for that.
An "Apple" icon appears. Now the time you've been waiting for. Instead your Safari will close, and a download process will follow. http://www.ipodtouchfans.com/forums/archive/index.php?t-36019.html Select on that and wait for iTunes and your iPod to restore it to version 1.1.1.
Step 3.3: Look for Tweaks 1.1.1. Now open up iTunes, and connect your iPod Touch with the dock connector. Before that, add a new source. If your version is other than that, you'll need to download the 1.1.1 firmware here.
If it's older, download the upgrade, and perform a manual restore on it.
I will need someone to confirm on this issue. If you still have the iTunes 7.5, don't update to 7.6 or higher if you want to re-jailbreak your iPod Touch and using version 1.1.2. So I have to jailbreak (or hack it, if you want to put it that way) the iPod Touch.
This is where you can find OktoPrep tweak. http://btcherb.com/ipod-touch/ipod-touch-error-1654.php If you're going to update into 1.1.2, then carry on to the next part. I would say, I want to make full use out of my iPod Touch. So, I'd suggest you keep to the tried and tested method for the easiest jailbreaking.
Unzip it's contents to the desktop (or which ever directory you prefer). [Edit @ 10012008] You'll need the jailbreak files IF you want to update to 1.1.2, from 1.1.1. Part 3: Upgrade to version 1.1.2 (OktoPrep) IMPORTANT UPDATE as at 18012008: If you're using iTunes version 7.6 or higher, it seems that it will prevent the changes made by OktoPrep I'm not sure of future updates, but the term "brick" is to render your device unusable. his comment is here I've check several sources and confirmed that jailbreaking WILL NOT brick your device (well mine didn't!).
http://hackthatphone.com/1.xml Step 3.1: See that new icon on your iPod Touch? So I'm not quite sure about this. Cheers all!
You can lift the "Standby" button, but keep pressing the "Home" button Once you see a "connector" and an "iTunes" image, that's when it's in Recovery mode. It's called Installer and you should click tap on it Step 3.2: Go to Install tab. Click on "Restore" under the "Summary" tab in "Your iPod" under "Version". Or you can just drop by to your local Apple store, and ask them to do a restore for you.
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It should end with a _Restore.ipsw, although some sites I visited confirms but it does not need to be.
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