I've tried, but failed. 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. Cause I can't test it, and I myself wouldn't know of the outcome. You finally got your most wanted iPod Touch last Christmas as a gift and you had fun playing with it. check over here
Please do take not that jailbreaking your iPod Touch may void your warranty that comes with it. As of now, you can virtually start downloading all the apps within the Installer application on your jailbroken 1.1.1 iPod Touch. Step 3.3 (Updated): If you can't find Tweaks 1.1.1, go to "H 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. http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Jailbreak-your-Ipod-Touch-1.1.1-to-1.1.2-/
Tap it. If you're using iPhone, please look elsewhere, because I can't experiment with a legitimate iPhone in my country yet. Instead your Safari will close, and a download process will follow.
If it's older, download the upgrade, and perform a manual restore on it. I would say, I want to make full use out of my iPod Touch. Open up iTunes, then go to the part where you saw your version, and hold down Shift key while left-clicking on "Restore" button. Select on that and wait for iTunes and your iPod to restore it to version 1.1.1.
You can now Jailbreak your iPod Touch. Sorry! You should now be running version 1.1.1 for your iPod Touch. http://www.ipodtouchfans.com/forums/archive/index.php?t-36019.html Why do you jailbreak it?
An "Apple" icon appears. I'd appreciate that 🙂 Credits for the contents of this post goes to:Lifehacker ipodtouchmaster and many more I didn't keep track to where I looked into. Downloading may take a while, so you can prepare some coffee or watch some TV shows while waiting for that. Sorry!
I'm not sure of future updates, but the term "brick" is to render your device unusable.
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This write up is obsolete, but it still apply if you want to jailbreak 1.1.1 or 1.1.2. check my blog 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. Now the time you've been waiting for. 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.
After that, you'll go back to the "Slide to unlock" screen. But I have heard that the procedures are almost the same, but if it doesn't work, then SORRY! If it's version 1.1.2, you'll need to downgrade it to version 1.1.1. http://auctusdev.com/ipod-touch/ipod-touch-restore-error-36.html Or you can just drop by to your local Apple store, and ask them to do a restore for you.
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). Step 1.4: You'll then need to download 1.1.2 Jailbreak files. Just do a simple reboot and you're now good to go.
I have gathered all the information around the net, and this is my consolidated version. So, I'd suggest you keep to the tried and tested method for the easiest jailbreaking. One thing to note, jailbreaking WILL not brick your iPod Touch. 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.
Slide to unlock it then. 😛 Step 2.4: You should see a new icon. empfohlen von:amilyflying Start empfehlen I spent hours and hours searching for a way to jailbreak my iPod Touch, correctly. Cheers all! have a peek at these guys Really.
Step 2.5: [This step is optional] If your iPod Touch hangs or freezes or won't respond, do not panic. I know restore and update is 2 different things, but trust me, you should do a restore instead of an update. 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),