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    Bricking something means perminatly breaking it so it won't work, even with restores etc.
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    ie = turing it into a useless lil brick of shiny plastic with no functionality what so ever.....

    but whatever the case you can more than likely fix it using some very complex actions thru linux or osx
    Get the latest info for NoAccSplash Here
    Currently it should work on iOS 4.x - 6.x
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    Bricking your ipod touch means breaking it, not physically, but functionally. It would be useless.

    And yes, you can brick it. When it says "do not unplug" or remove or turn off, and then you DO do it, you can brick it.

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    OK I have an nice 2g ipod touch 8gb brick. Apparently, the cord was removed prior to a completing a jailbreak. Now the screen is dark, the pc will not recognize the device on usb port, and trying to restore gets me no where.

    I should go out and buy a lottery ticket tonight, I must be the 1 in a million actual bricks!

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    What process thru Linux could be tried.

 

 
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