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iPod tutorial, in this tutorial you will learn how to restore iPod Touch 2G back to normal from jailbroken.
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Hey guys, iPod Touch 2G Geek here and right now, I’m storing this iPod back to—on jail broken mode I guess you could say. Now to do this, what you want to do is go ahead and open the Redsnow application, the GUI and go ahead, make sure that plugs in DFU mode. What you are going to do go to step 3, step 3. I'm going to click on this button, Upload DFU file. You're going to unplug your iPod for two seconds like we did before when we were jail breaking. You’re going to plug it back in and you should get a white screen again.
Alright now, what you do is exit the GUI and iTunes should pop up. If it doesn’t, just open iTunes and it will say it has found an iPod in Recovery mode. Just click on the Restore button right here and it should work. It’s tuning right now, this iPod that a I just restored so that is the only way you can get it to be restored like that. So, here’s the “connect to iTunes logo” alright and there you go, no more Cydia. So, that’s how you do it. That is the only way I can tell you guys that’s the only way, it’s to go back into the GUI, go to step 3 again step 3. I’ll put into DFU mode, you have the Home button and the Power button for 10 seconds then the Home button for eight seconds. Prompt to DFU mode then on step 3 again, make sure it’s step 3, click on the upload DFU patch, unplug your iPod, plug it back in. You should get the white screen if you don’t, put it back into DFU mode, reupload the DFU file or patch whatever it is, unplug it, plug it back in. Just do those steps again and then you should get the white screen.
When you get the white screen, open up iTunes. If it doesn’t open by itself, go ahead and click on the Restore button, it should be somewhere over here. It should say iTunes has done iPod and Recovery mode and you must restore blah-blah-blah, press OK and then restore. It should say, “Are you sure you want restore? Yes. Then it should do it. If you don’t do it this way, you will get errors alright. You will either get,”The primary was not found. Unexpected error occurred” all that stuff alright.
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