[Touch] Bricked, Will not turn on at all.

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by Robert-12-21, Jul 20, 2008.

  1. Robert-12-21 macrumors newbie

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    UPDATE: I need more help. Once I do what the second poster told me to do, it suddenly thinks my ipod touch is an iPhone, from there, it tries to restore to an iPhone firmware, which errors out. I tried shift+ clicking restore in order to install an ipod touch firmware it creates an error because it thinks im trying install it on an iPhone. It never ends, does it?



    I have a video:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42HCjTkikbo

    Okay, firmware was 1.1.5 on the ipod touch, so I go to this tutorial:

    http://www.iphonehacks.com/2008/07/pw...

    and download the 1.1.4 that they provide. I go to the winpwn app and hit browse .ipsw, and used the 1.1.4 that I downloaded, I then hit iPwner.
    Here is the log:

    7/20/2008 8:40:33 PM - This is winpwn ver.:1.0.0.3 RC1
    7/20/2008 8:40:33 PM - Apple Mobile Device Support Version 1.1.4.7 installed.
    7/20/2008 8:41:43 PM - 62 logos available online
    7/20/2008 8:41:43 PM - 0 custom payloads available online
    7/20/2008 8:53:29 PM - File from:C:\Users\XXXXXX\Desktop\iPhone1,1_1 .1.4_4A102_Restore.ipsw
    7/20/2008 8:53:29 PM - Recognized as:iPhone1,1_1.1.4_4A102_Restore.ipsw Type: IPSW_iPhone
    7/20/2008 8:53:32 PM - Be sure to connect an iPhone!
    7/20/2008 8:57:01 PM - Setting up iPhone device object
    7/20/2008 8:57:01 PM - Registering callbacks
    -------------------
    7/20/2008 8:57:01 PM - Unzipping .ipsw file to C:\Users\XXXXXX\AppData\Roaming\cmw\winp wn\1.0.0.3\ipsw
    7/20/2008 8:57:03 PM - Found device product id:4753
    7/20/2008 8:57:03 PM - iPhone connected
    7/20/2008 8:57:05 PM - OK
    7/20/2008 8:57:05 PM - Creating ramdisk
    7/20/2008 8:57:06 PM - Padding ramdisk
    7/20/2008 8:57:06 PM - Ramdisk successfully created
    7/20/2008 8:57:06 PM - Putting iPhone into recovery mode.
    7/20/2008 8:57:06 PM - AMDeviceEnterRecovery res:0
    7/20/2008 8:57:08 PM - iPhone disconnected
    7/20/2008 8:57:12 PM - iPhone entered recovery mode
    7/20/2008 8:57:12 PM - Sending ramdisk to iPhone.
    7/20/2008 8:57:13 PM - Transfer took 1488ms
    7/20/2008 8:57:13 PM - Modifying environment...
    7/20/2008 8:57:13 PM - Starting pwnage
    7/20/2008 8:57:20 PM - iPhone left recovery mode

    After about 20 minutes of it sitting there, I hit On button, Home-- unplugged, plugged back in. Pressed every button, stop and restarted many processes. Held both buttons for 30 seconds, held each button separately for 30 seconds. NOTHING WORKS, PLEASE HELP.

    The screen does not turn on, the computer does not detect it at all. Please Help.
     
  2. Rovman macrumors regular

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    Open itunes and connect the ipod with the usb cable (nothing should happen).

    Press and hold the power and home button, and after exactly 10 seconds release the power button but keeping hold of the home button. 10 seconds or so later itunes should recognise something and you can release the home button. Thats DFU mode where you can restore the firmware using itunes.
     
  3. Robert-12-21 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    You Are ****ing God.
    Thank You Very Much.
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    Thanks Bro.
     
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  5. Robert-12-21 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I need more help. Once I do what the second poster told me to do, it suddenly thinks my ipod touch is an iPhone, from there, it tries to restore to an iPhone firmware, which errors out. I tried shift+ clicking restore in order to install an ipod touch firmware it creates an error because it thinks im trying install it on an iPhone. It never ends, does it?
     
  6. Raphyy macrumors newbie

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    Oh man, that sucks. Try restarting your computer...
     
  7. Robert-12-21 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Yeah I've edited in an update on the main post. Hopefully someone can help.
     
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