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Discussion in 'iPod touch Hacks' started by taytay, Jan 4, 2008.
get a mac and all your pc problems will end...
uh yea... anyone have an answer that doesnt include buying a mac?
follow the guide and it should work, thats what i used.
before upgrading to 1.1.2 did you install OkToPrep?
yea i installed oktoprep
and those step-by-step guides arent working for some reason.
I follow them word by word but i always end with the same result.
Im not sure what benefits there are with using 1.1.2 but im thinking ill just restore my itouch and jailbreak it in the 1.1.1 firmware. Is there any reason I have to use 1.1.2?
what was the point of the update?
It fixes the calendar "bug" and it fixes a couple of little things like dialogue boxes that keep calling the iPod Touch an iPhone.
well i guess its settled then
until someone tells me what my problem was, ill just use 1.1.1
Try using a different USB port. It's pretty important to be running 1.1.2 as it fixes quite a few glitches and bugs. It's mainly stability that it worked on which is currently what the iPod touch is having issues with.
its not the usb port...
i tried that and itunes detects the ipod for both ports
have you tried this on a different pc? I know it sounds like a silly question but you gotta ask to make sure its not a jailbreak not gone correctly
I experienced the same thing on my Mac. I redownloaded the Jailbreak and it worked fine. Somewhere between when they first posted the files and two weeks ago (when I finally upgraded the touch) the files changed. Download the latest one which, (unhelpfully enough) has the same version number.
i have not tried it on another pc i guess i will next chance i get
I re-downloaded jailbreak and I got the same result
Might be a silly question, but did you make sure itunes was closed?
yes itunes was closed. i also tried closing all other ipod/itunes/apple processes through the task manager.
did you delete all teh processes dealing with Ipod or apple or itunes? i DONT know if this will help since i did mine on mac but it would be worht a try, perhaps the processes were not letting you access it as you would have liked to
yah just stick with 1.1.1. Until a more firm download comes out for jailbreaking on 1.1.2, 1.1.1 is just fine.
I read here that windows XP firewall, or another firewall, might be causing the problem. Try disabling them and giving it a go.
I heard that the firewall of Windows XP is causing this problem
you need to go to 1.1.1 tweaks then install oktoprep. then you need to upgrade to 1.1.2, thenn download 1-1-2 installer if on mac click osx or jailbreak.jar click ssh. windows run windows.bat
ok! my windows firewall was the problem. all i had to do was turn it off before i started windows.bat and it worked the first time. one more question tho...
what is the purpose of the ssh app it put on my ipod?
With that app you can connect via wifi to your jailbroken ipod touch so you can install apps, ROMs for the emulators NES, GBA, PSX...etc...
Additionally you have to use an app from your PC to connect to your iPod, and of course have the ssh enable in it.
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TayTay r u sinclair??/ LMFAO if u r then i know who u are...
anyways....version 1.1.2 is very important cuz once u got all sources some require 1.1.2 to use and it fixes ******** of bugs....!!
how to hack 1.1.2 just email me at email@example.com