I'm in a bit of a pickle with my iPod Touch D:

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  1. ihackedit
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    So I jailbroke my iPod and then it was working fine, I downloaded [BossPaper ~ Changes the background so that the lock screen isn't the same, SBSettings ~ You all know what it is, and Gb4iphone ~ GameBoy emulator for iPod touch.]
    I'm on iOS 4.0 and I can't get into DFU mode thats why I stayed/downgraded to 4.0.
    It started to get really slow and they were the only cydia things plus Twiter Facebook Tradenations and Cliff Diving.
    I got angry at the laggynes and noticed something wasn't right when I went into cydia it wouldn't load [​IMG] It would say loading for AAAAAAGGGGGGEEEEEESSSSSS!
    Then I locked it and tried to unlock but then I clicked the home and lock buttons several time for it to do nothing. I held down the lock button and it came up with an apple logo
     
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    you have no choice but to restore you iPod, then jailbreaking it using the IOS Jailbreaking sticky
     
  3. ihackedit
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    It won't recognize via itunes, sorry I forgot to add that :/
     
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    Use the Control Panel to uninstall iTunes and related software components in the following order. Then, restart your computer.

    iTunes
    QuickTime
    Apple Software Update
    Apple Mobile Device Support
    Bonjour
    Apple Application Support (iTunes 9 or later)

    once done download this and let it run, once it says it has done it's thing, try opening itunes again.

    no it won't delete stuff inside the tunes library.
     
  5. ihackedit
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    What if other users use iTunes? Won't it delete thier shit?
     
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    Put the Touch into DFU mode. Then it'll get detected by iTunes asking you to restore it.
     
  7. Jamstruth

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    All your settings/music/libraries are kept. They're stored in your documents, this just removes the program files.

    Why can't you DFU mode your iPod? Is it an actual hardware problem e.g. your sleep button is broken?