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Thread: Help with getting Ipod touch 4g out of Boot loop

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    Default Help with getting Ipod touch 4g out of Boot loop
    hi i have a jailbroken ipod touch 4th gen on 6.0.2 untethered with Evasi0n, i have great knowledge with jailbreaking with redsn0w etc. i installed a tweak called Ac!D and its a tweak that puts siri on your idevice blah blah it said i have to reboot like usual with heavy tweaks but its stuck in a boot loop. i have been able to get out of boot loops before but not this one i have tried using ih8sn0w umbrella Recboot and other third party apps but i can not seem to get it out of the boot loop and i cant put it in DFU mode or Recovery Mode because i have a faulty home button. and when i try to restore with itunes it says My ipod has a passcode on it please unlock to restore but i cant unlock it because in a boot loop which is pretty stupid. i am open for any tips because i am desperate to have my ipod working and i dont care if i loose my stuff because it has uninportant stuff on it!

    Desperately Need help Tia

    Cheers

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    have ya tried the volume up button and see if it will bring ya to safe mode and then you can delete that tweak?

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    While Plugged in?

    Tried the Volume up while being plugged in with sync cable and without being plugged in. just stuck on apple logo
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    Ya turned off ya phone and turned it back on holding the volume button? And still brought ya to apple logo?

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    yeah even letting it go flat

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    You can use a iDevice file manager on your pc/mac to try and find and find the files you installed and delete them.

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    i have tried multiple file managers and still no luck

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