iPod touch iOS 5.0 Beta 7 INFINITE BOOTLOOP

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by vijay2508, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. vijay2508 macrumors newbie

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    Plz everyone help me...
    the situation is that i installed iOS 5 beta 7 on my iPod touch 4g and jailbreaked it via redsn0w...
    it installed perfectly...and also jailbreak worked perfectly...but since it was a tethered jailbreak....i restarted it and it constantly showed up apple logo...i even did 'tether boot now' option...it is not working even after that...sometimes it manages to get into restore mode when i open itunes...and when i point it to restore ios 5 beta 7 file....it extracts...and gives 'error 3194'....
    PLEASE HELP ME 'COZ I NOT ABLE RESTORE IT AND BOOT...
    used Recboot to exit recovery mode...and then the INFINITE LOOP starts again...
    PLEASE HELP ANYONE IN ON THIS PLANET...
    thanks in advance...
    :(
     
  2. l.w41sh macrumors 6502

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    That happened to my iPhone.... I did a full restore...
    Bummer man!
     
  3. vijay2508 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    dude can you please explain your solution...
    in my case...itunes is giving problems while restoring...so is there any other way to do a restore without itunes????
     
  4. joshwenke macrumors regular

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    Xcode for Restore

    You can also use Xcode for restoring and adding iOS betas.
     
  5. Thetonyk123 macrumors 68000

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    Try to restore back to 4.3.x then try upgrading again.
     
  6. PJMAN2952 macrumors regular

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    NO. try putting your iPhone in DFU mode and press shift restore and search for the firmware you want. for example 4.3.3
     
  7. tablo13 macrumors 65816

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    If that shift+restore method does not work, you might have to use TinyUmbrella.
     

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