I have searched Youtube, but the only helpful ones I've found are for i OS 3.1.3 or higher.I've looked online, and again didn't find anything helpful for anything lower than i OS 3.1.3. Welcome to the forums The newest firmware you can update your device to is 3.1.3, although you would want to use whited00r instead because that gives you more features as well as access to the App Time Machine which has hundreds of archived applications that at one point supported 3.1.3.You can download latest version of i Tunes 9 for free and i Phone users can update to firmware 3.1 for free unfortunately i Pod Touch users need to pay .95 to upgrade to firmware 3.1. Download i Pod Touch 3.1 Firmware using below links i Pod Touch 1G 3.1 Firmware i Pod Touch 2G 3.1 Firmware i Pod Touch 3G 3.1 Firmware P. Start i Tunes 9 and select i Pod Touch from device list 5.In past we had written guide how to update i Pod Touch to 3.0 firmware for free and now today we are here with one more guide and this time we will tell you how to update i Pod Touch to 3.1 firmware for free. S Don’t use Safari or IE instead use Firefox to download firmware file. On Windows Click Shift Restore On Mac Click Option Restore 6.But any time it does release an i Pod software update, you should install it.
Bug fixed where saved images were pixelated and blurry. Bug fixed where when you turned on an app on a flat surface the accelerometer would turn off. Download i Phone 2.2.1 firmware Download i Phone 3G 2.2.1 firmware Download i Pod Touch 2.2.1 firmware Download i Pod Touch 2G 2.2.1 firmware Sandip Dedhia is the founder of Blogsdna.com, he loves to write on technology, gadgets & web services.Leave your device alone while it restores to whited00r.7. Hold down the home/power buttons at the same time until the device shuts off. Turn the device back on, and after it is done starting app (not showing the apple logo anymore), wait another 5 minutes. Do another hard reset, and turn the device back on again and you should be good to go! After it completes, do not restore from a backup of your device in i Tunes, rather set up as a new device and use the manual method to restore the data you backup up earlier (in the thread I linked to before the install instructions). This is called a hard reset (don't worry, it doesn't delete any data or anything! Apple doesn't release updates to the operating system that powers the i Pod as often as it does for the i Phone.That makes sense; fewer i Pods are sold these days and new models come out less frequently, so there are fewer changes to make..ezoic-wrapper img.wp-smiley, .ezoic-wrapper img.emoji .ezoic-wrapper #F8660_container img .ezoic-wrapper .