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Thread: Remove Jailbreak - MY screen doesn't work

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    Default Remove Jailbreak - MY screen doesn't work
    Hey guys, i installed iOS 5 beta 6 on my iPod 4, but it screwed stuff up so i downgraded to iOS 4.3.1, but with problems - when i turned off my iPod, it went into DFU mode, and only Redsn0w could wake it up (using boot tethered now, which is weird as the Jailbreak on 4.3.1 is untethered).

    I used it for a while, and i locked it and kept it on my table. Barely a minute later, i tried to open it, but realized that the screen was screwed. (as voice control works)

    Now, i need to remove the jailbreak somehow, but restoring/updating to 4.3.5 doesn't work. I keep getting an error 3194, on 3 PCs. The DFU problem still exists, and iTunes is no help. I can use iFunbox, and i think Cydia can be removed via the File Manager.

    Please tell me how i can update my iPod to a clean iOS, or just remove CYDIA somehow. ANY HELP IS APPRECIATED. THANKS !!!

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    A DFU restore is failing? Going to look into it for you, will get back to you with what I find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iJasonTATE View Post
    A DFU restore is failing? Going to look into it for you, will get back to you with what I find.
    I haven't tried a DFU restore, cuz my screen doesen't work. IDK how i will get it out of recovery mode after the restore...........

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    Maybe the screen will work after the DFU restore. Go ahead and give it a shot.

    -Hold Sleep/Wake button for 3 seconds
    -Without releasing the Sleep/Wake button, hold the Home button for 10 seconds
    -Release the Sleep/Wake button and continue holding the Home button until you get a message regarding recovery mode... etc.. in iTunes


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