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    Default 1.1.4. iTouch Jailbreak using iDemocracy 3
    Hi guys,

    Just bought an iTouch for my sister and want to jailbreak it using iDemocracy3. I've clicked on 'Jailbreak' and all these things come up on the Touch similar to ZiPhone's unlock but it just keeps repeating this message 'BSD root: md0, major 2, minor 0' over and over again.

    Can iDemocracy3 be used to Jailbreak Touches? Or is it just for iPhones?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated

    Thanks

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    just use ziphone
    there are 10 kinds of people in this world:
    those who understand binary and those who don't

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    No.

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    iDemocracy has issues with iPod Touches (to be fair, we didn't have one to test with )

    Anyway, you can look into another solution (don't use ZiPhone), or wait for the 3.1 release which will use a simplified Pwnage method.


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    You will need to do a DFU restore before trying another method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohnonotme View Post
    just use ziphone
    dont listen to this guy

    from big bosss
    iPhone News & Review Blog Archive Why Avoid Ziphone?

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    what is wrong with using ziphone on a iTouch?

    I used it and it is working fine... but now after reading all the reasons why not to use ziphone I am considering to do a restore and use something else...

    also does doing a factory restore, does that reinstall the boot loader?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vbman213 View Post
    what is wrong with using ziphone on a iTouch?

    I used it and it is working fine... but now after reading all the reasons why not to use ziphone I am considering to do a restore and use something else...

    also does doing a factory restore, does that reinstall the boot loader?
    If it already worked I would not do anything. Any damage would have happened during the mod. Just leave your iPod the way it is and dont use the program again. A factory restore will not replace your bootloader. You will need to "virginize" your iPod. Although I am not familiar with the touch, does it even have a bootloader?

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    http://sleepers.net/news/?p=190#comments
    # BigBoss Says:
    June 21st, 2008 at 5:32 am

    It has a bootloader (this is just the code that allows the device to boot and the os to load) but it has no baseband and no baseband bootloader. It does not have the bootloader you are thinking of when talking about 3.9, 4.6 and bootloader downgrading. Ziphone or any jailbreak method is pretty safe on a touch because you can just restore it back to shape using iTunes. The danger comes in the unlock code for the iPhone.
    There's your answer

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    im sorry i didnt know ziphone was bad when i posted that my bad
    there are 10 kinds of people in this world:
    those who understand binary and those who don't

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohnonotme View Post
    just use ziphone
    thx so much.I went to the ziphone it was so easy.I did exactly what it told ne to do and tada.My ipod touch was jailbroken just like that.I give you five stars and two thumbs up.

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