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Stax
10th May 2012, 07:34 AM
Hi I got an iPod 4G on iOS 5.1.1
I tried to jailbreak it with redsn0w and it seemd to work well until i saw the app Cydia in white and I tried to reboot my iPod. It stucked on a black screen and when i want to boot it from redsnow because it's a tethered it doesn't recognize my iPod. I tried to change my USB cable but it doesnt work.(I think my iPod is stuck on DFU mode too.)
I tried to install TinyUmbrella and then I saw that TU doesn't recognize my iPod too! Only iTunes does it and it saw it on a "recuparation mode". When i try to restore it cames an 1601 error and when i try to restore it with an other firmware i got an 3194 error.
I tried all the tutorial to fix 'em all over the internet(I think aswell) like delete the two lines in my Windows>system32>drivers>ect>Hosts and it doesn't worked. I tried too to get iReb and it doesn't work too.......

So my iPod is stuck on a black screen and I don't know what to do, can someone help me? And if there is an other option than restore my iPod I would love that!!
Sorry for me bad english, I'm french :)

Have a good day, Stax.

4WD
10th May 2012, 03:08 PM
on the jailbreak lan 2 weeks ago, i personally helped lots of people jailbreak multiple times. ezpz.

Stax
10th May 2012, 11:41 PM
So can you help me or..?

Angel_Mapper
11th May 2012, 12:02 AM
It would help if you were posting on a forum about iPods instead of an Unreal Tournament mod.
Or read forum stickies before posting: http://forums.beyondunreal.com/showthread.php?t=181260

I'm not even sure how you guys keep ending up here, "Jailbreak" and "Jailbreak Forum" don't show up anywhere near the top of Google search results anymore.

Bi()ha2arD
11th May 2012, 07:07 AM
It would help if you shoved your Apple(tm) product up your ass and learned how to Internets.

SirTahngarth
11th May 2012, 04:18 PM
So can you help me or..?
Please check what website you are on before you make an account on its forum and make a post. If you looked the website over, you'd see this place has nothing to do with hacking iPhones.

People who don't know what they're doing shouldn't try to mess with things they don't understand, anyway.