This guide will jailbreak your iPod 1.1.3 firmware, and patch it so it does not think it is an iPhone. Make sure you are on 1.1.1 or 1.1.2 ( 1.1.2 has seen more success) and jailbroken with Installer.app installed. Step 1. Download the iBrickr Special edition Windows Mac Step 2. Extract the zip to your desktop, run iBrickr. Step 3. Follow the instructions, when asked, download the firmware from Apple's website. Step 4. This should take at least a few minutes to finish, and then upload to iPod, so if it goes really fast it didn't work. Try again. Step 5. You should then download the "1.1.3 soft update" from Installer in the System category. If it is not there, refresh your sources. Step 6. You should boot into 1.1.3 iPhone firmware. Don't worry. Step 7. Gain access to your iPod using Touch Explorer ( Link ) or use WinSCP, or CuteFTP. Basically, gain access to your iPod. Step 8. Open Touch Explorer, or whatever else you are using, navigate to /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app and download the file titled "Springboard" It will be just a blank icon with no extension. Right click on it, the choice with the (W) will allow you to select your Desktop(for touch explorer). Rename this SpringBoard file to SpringBoardorig Step 9. Download the folder "sdelta3orig" to your Desktop and unzip it there. Drag the SpringBoardorig file from previous step into this folder as well. Download Step 10. Open the sdelta3orig folder right click on the file cygwin1.dll and select Open With. Find command prompt, it should be in /Windows/system32 it will be called "cmd.exe". (If you are familiar with command prompt, just cd into the sdelta3orig folder) Step 11. Command Prompt should open into the sdelta3 folder. Type the following command below. sdelta3 SpringBoardorig SpringBoard_patch.sd3 > SpringBoard Step 12. This will patch your SpringBoard file, once it's done, send the new Springboard file back to the iPod in the /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app and overwrite the file there. Step 13. Reboot iPod. If you have problems, make sure the SpringBoard file you placed in /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app is set to permissions 755. This will fix the problem of being stuck at the Apple logo.