I tryed to jail break my iphone at Ziphone.org and it didnt make it all the way through and now my screen just says ipod stack cant start need configuration and my itunes dosent recognize it as even being a usb device
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Re: iphone jail break
Try rebooting the iPhone while it is plugged into your computer with iTunes running. Hold down the home button and the sleep button for a few seconds to reboot it. iTunes should then recognize the iPhone as being in recovery mode and you can then use iTunes to restore your firmware.
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ziphone is notorious for permanently bricking iphones...if you interrupted it when it was messing with your baseband you're screwed. As far as the nano goes, did you try disk mode yet?
plug in your ipod, flick the hold switch on then off again, then hole menu and select for 6 seconds till apple logo appears, then immediately hold down select and play/pause. this should bring up a checkmark with ok to disconnect. from there, you should be able to either immediately see it in itunes or format it with HFS+ or FAT32 depending on your OS. Good Luck...