Itunes problem this time.

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Owrenge, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. Owrenge macrumors newbie

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    Hey there,
    I've bought a game on app store called real racing 2 and nfs hot pursuit. When i tried to sync them on my jailbroken ipod touch,, nothing happens. In my computer,i can see the games on the springboard. But when i looked at my ipod's springboard,tha games are not there.
    So i tried everything! But still nothing..
    So please help me again macrumor users!
    (by the way, i have appsync 5.0 installed)

    Owrenge
     
  2. jefbond macrumors member

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    Solution: stop jailbreaking. Very often jailbreaking will physically break iOS devices. iOS makes best use of the device's hardware without putting any component past it's limits. Jailbreaking does not do this. I have seen way too many iPod's and iPhone's "bricked" by jailbreaking that it's ridiculous. And most Genius' and Mobile Genius at Apple can tell right away if jailbreaking is the cause, and it is NOT covered by warranty.
     
  3. Owrenge thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Oh ok. So how do i remove the jailbreak?? Will i have the warranty again??
     
  4. madrich macrumors regular

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  5. Owrenge thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Ok then.
    But should i put it on DFU mode first? Because they said that if you put it on dfu first then restore, the jailbreak will be completly gone..
    So what now?
     
  6. bloutrein macrumors regular

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    On your iPod just go to Settings > General Reset > Reset all Settings

    Then connect to iTunes click Restore and choose restore as new (do not restore from backup). That should be more than enough to remove the jailbreak from your device.
     
  7. Owrenge thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks!! Already did this though. With dfu mode :D
     

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