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Ipod Touch Jailbreak 1.1.2 Error Oktoprep

Now the time you've been waiting for. Click on "Restore" under the "Summary" tab in "Your iPod" under "Version". It's called Installer and you should click tap on it Step 3.2: Go to Install tab. If you still have the iTunes 7.5, don't update to 7.6 or higher if you want to re-jailbreak your iPod Touch and using version 1.1.2. this content

Here's the thing. You'll need to download some important packages first before you can do that. Just do a simple reboot and you're now good to go. If your version is other than that, you'll need to download the 1.1.1 firmware here.

To do that, you'll need to: Hold down the "Home" button Hold down the "Standby" button When it says "slide to turn off", ignore it. Really. A download process should follow and you will be restored to the factory settings. So I'm not quite sure about this.

  • You'll also need the jailbreak files if you cannot reboot the iPod after you've restored it into 1.1.1 (you might get an error message of some sort).
  • He should answer most of your MacOS woes using iPod Touch.
  • I do not own a MacOSX system hence I do not know of the keyboard layout and mouse clicks.
  • DISCLAIMER: NOTE: This tutorial covers only for iPod Touch (8GB or 16GB), and for users who's running Windows only.
  • On another note, some users have reported saying that iTunes 7.6 works in Windows, but not on the Mac.
  • Part 3: Upgrade to version 1.1.2 (OktoPrep) IMPORTANT UPDATE as at 18012008: If you're using iTunes version 7.6 or higher, it seems that it will prevent the changes made by OktoPrep
  • You may find other sources on how to jailbreak using your iMac.
  • You should now be running version 1.1.1 for your iPod Touch.

Step 2.1: Using your iPod Touch, open "Safari" and go to http://jailbreakme.com Step 2.2: Scroll down, and click on "Install AppSnapp" Step 2.3: Nothing will happen. If it's older, download the upgrade, and perform a manual restore on it. This is where you can find OktoPrep tweak. I hope it helps you increase your chances of jailbreaking your iPod Touch.

Just get it (it's quite small, don't worry) and after the whole process is completed, you can delete it. 🙂 Step 1.5: By this time, hopefully your 1.1.1 firmware download is You don't know what it is. Open up iTunes, then go to the part where you saw your version, and hold down Shift key while left-clicking on "Restore" button. Sorry!

After that, you'll go back to the "Slide to unlock" screen. Select on that and wait for iTunes and your iPod to restore it to version 1.1.1. Instead your Safari will close, and a download process will follow. If you're going to update into 1.1.2, then carry on to the next part.

Or you can just drop by to your local Apple store, and ask them to do a restore for you.

Step 1.6: [This step is optional] If you experience error 1015 after the restore process, don't do anything, because it's expected (although I didn't get any error. Now open up iTunes, and connect your iPod Touch with the dock connector. Instead, open up the downloaded 1.1.2 Jailbreak files, and locate windows.bat.

Step 1.4: You'll then need to download 1.1.2 Jailbreak files. news It's the same procedure as the "Force Restore" mode, so you'll need to scroll up a little to find instructions on how to do that. If you want to jailbreak 1.1.3, please scroll to the last few sections of this post (sorry I'm lazy!) and there's a section called "I want to jailbreak 1.1.3". One thing to note, jailbreaking WILL not brick your iPod Touch.

Force Restore Mode (Recovery mode) Should you choose to follow the steps and you decided that wanted to stop at any time (or if there's any unforseen problems), you can force DO NOT LIFT THOSE BUTTONS YET. You can always fill up your player with all the media on another time right? 🙂 Step 1.3: While it's downloading, go ahead and restart your iPod Touch in Recovery mode. have a peek at these guys But please make sure before you send to the local Apple retailer to do a service or repair, do restore back to factory settings because a jailbroken iPod Touch will void

Before that, add a new source. So I have to jailbreak (or hack it, if you want to put it that way) the iPod Touch. If you still want to upgrade to 1.1.2, you will need to use iTunes version 7.5.

And hopefully, they didn't find out you're trying to jailbreak the iPod! 🙂 Part 1: Get your firmware to version 1.1.1 Step 1.1: Check it's firmware version.

Why do you jailbreak it? It should restart with a blank screen. But nonetheless, for the sake of this tutorial, make sure it ends with _Restore.ipsw. So you look for information on how to do that.

I've tried, but failed. Click on "Boot from recovery" button. If it's version 1.1.2, you'll need to downgrade it to version 1.1.1. check my blog Sorry!

Ok. Downloading may take a while, so you can prepare some coffee or watch some TV shows while waiting for that. To find where it is, it's in iTunes -> Devices -> Your iPod's -> Summary Step 1.2: If it's already 1.1.1, go to Step 4 (to download the 1.1.2 jailbreak files), Your iPod Touch is now jailbroken.

However, there is a way for you to jailbreak without wi-fi, which I don't want to cover on that. Maybe error 1015 only applies to iPhone, I'm not too sure about that). I will not be held responsible for any kind of damages done to your iPod Touch after you've followed these steps. A file browser should pop up, and you need to locate your long-awaited .ipsw file.

Now you'll need to downgrade it. For a MacOS version, please visit this nice page by RupertGee. Unzip it's contents to the desktop (or which ever directory you prefer). [Edit @ 10012008] You'll need the jailbreak files IF you want to update to 1.1.2, from 1.1.1. Please do take not that jailbreaking your iPod Touch may void your warranty that comes with it.

Part 2: I want to jailbreak it now! An "Apple" icon appears. As of now, you can virtually start downloading all the apps within the Installer application on your jailbroken 1.1.1 iPod Touch. I know restore and update is 2 different things, but trust me, you should do a restore instead of an update.

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