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Thread: Probelm downgradig iPod Touch 2g

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    Default Probelm downgradig iPod Touch 2g
    I have an iPod Touch 2g MB-Model currently on iOS 4.0 and wanted to downgrade it to 3.1.3.
    I put it int DFU but everytime the Step "Verifying with Apple" faild and i kept getting an 3194 error.
    So I googled for that error and found out that I had to add a line to my hosts file.
    I added this 74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com but i still am receiving the 3194 error and the verification fails.
    I am on iTunes 9.2.1.
    hopefully anyone of you can help me.
    regards
    Grestor

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    Unless you have SHSH saved you can't downgrade to 3.1.3.

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    As I wrote I have an MB-Model, which means it has the old bootrom. Therefore it does not perform shsh checks. I know that with iOS 4 apple implemented soft shsh checks but those are only present in iOS 4 and onward. So SHSH can't really be the problem.

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    I think your confused, I have an old bootrom 3GS and it still performs SHSH check's. It's based on device, bootrom doesn't come into SHSH checks, as such IPT2G, IPT3G, 3GS, i4 all require SHSH saved.

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    Nope sorry to disappoint you but your wrong.
    Read this post by the dev-team which clearly states the following:
    Furthermore, since the 3.x IPSWs for these devices [ipt2g mb, iphone3g] donít enforce it, you can always restore to 3.x IPSWs outside of any signing windows.
    Source
    Dev-Team Blog - Blob banter

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    No idea then, all I can suggest is standard, try new cable, new pc etc.

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    Try iTunes 9.1?

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