Hi Its me Marina,
I just cant reach you again on the chat.
so heres the info
1. Get QuickPwn
2. Use QuickPwn (pretty easy)
- Download QuickPwn here
- Unzip QuickPwn and get it running
3. The Command Line
- When you first start QuickPwn, a window will pop up asking you to select the current device you have plugged in. Select yours.
- Select the file of the firmware that you are currently running (
- To find firmware files downloaded via iTunes, follow these directions. Open a folder and go to My Computer. Go to the Tools tab and click the view tab. Then click Folder Options and click “view hidden files and folders”, then click ok. Now follow this path. . Click Local Disc C, Documents and Settings, USERNAME, Application Data, Apple Computer, iTunes, iPod Software Updates. There are your downloaded firmwares.
- Make sure all three options are clicked and then click the next arrow
4. Final touches
- For those of you not familiar with the command line, this might be a little scary. Just read what it tells you to do and do it.
- It will first ask you to turn off your iPod/iPhone. Press enter when done
- The next part is kinda weird. I think what they are trying to do is a DFU mode. Whatever. Just follow the instructions. First, you will hold the power button for five seconds. Then you will hold power AND home for ten seconds. Then you will release the power button and just hold home for up to thirty seconds (mine stopped at 22). Simple, no?
- When it works, your iPod will turn white. The command line will run aa total of seven operations, showing the percentage points. Somewhere along the line of operations, the Pwn logo will pop up on your iPod.
- The logo will disappear and the refresh circle will be spinning for about twenty to thirty seconds
- The iPod will turn off and then on
- Now you are done with the Pwning
5. If you want to deal with Installer
- On your iPod/iPhone, go to Settings, General, Auto-Lock, and set it to 5 minutes
- Go to Cydia and let it install its updates and such
- Go to Sections, All Packages, and select BossTool and install it
- Once installed, exit Cydia and open BossTool
- Move the fonts. This might take a while, but just wait until it says “Fonts Already Moved”
- Open Cydia, Go to Manage, click BossTool, select Modify, and remove it
There you go. A much simpler way to hack your iPod. Note that restoring after doing this is rather difficult and requires many tries. It will not restore to firmware 1.1.5 after hacked. If only we had the good old revamped and ready ZiPhone…
- Open Installer and go to categories and select sources. Install Community Sources
- If this doesn’t work, go to the sources tab and try to refresh the source there
- Keep checking Installer and wait for updates and a version that isn’t beta
and by the way you rated me unhelpful, i tried. :( and umm yeah try rating me. soo. i guess i'll wish you good luck... :)