Step 1: Supplies
1. An internet connection
2. A computer (PC, because the Mac's file system is different, and I don't know the Mac's file system.)
3. sn0wbreeze 2.7 (Download here ) After you click "Download" click regular download, otherwise you will have to register.)
5. An iPod Touch (Make sure you have the latest iOS to save time and trouble later on.)
Step 2: Preparing for the Jailbreak
1. Connect your iPod to your computer
2. Download sn0wbreeze 2.7
Step 3: Running Sn0wbreeze
Go to "Start>Control Panel>Folder Options, and go to the 'Views' tab." Make sure the box that says "Show hidden files and folders" is checked.
The next screen should be an IPSW Selection screen. Click "Browse", then navigate to the Application Data folder. Inside that folder (in Windows XP) should be a folder called Apple or Apple Computer. Open that folder, then go to iTunes, then open iPod Software Updates, then select the .ipsw file, then click "Open". In Windows Vista and 7, navigate to your App Data folder, then open the Roaming folder, then open the Apple Computer folder, then open the iTunes folder, then open the iPod Software Updates folder, then select the .ipsw file and click "Open". After all that, the screen will say "Identifying IPSW..". After that, it should give an "IPSW Verified Screen. Click next.
The next screen will give you the option to choose "Simple Mode" or "Expert Mode". Choose "Simple Mode". Then click next.
It will give you the option to play Pac-Man or watch the "spinner". It is up to you. Just wait for this process to finish, then press OK.
You should get a "DFU Mode Instructions" screen. Just follow all the steps. It will ask you stuff like "Press and hold home and power button", etc. Just follow the directions.
After that, a windows should pop up that is titled "sn0wbreeze-2" and says "Your device is now in a PWNED DFU State (Black Screen)", etc. Just click OK.
Step 4: Doing the Jailbreak
Here is how you do the actual jailbreaking of your iPod Touch:
Sync your iPod Touch, so that you have a backup of your data.
Open two folders:
1. Your Desktop
2. a. (In Vista/7) C:\Users\*Username*\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPod Software Updates
b. (In XP) C:\Documents and Settings\*Username*\Application Data\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPod Software Updates
Move the file called "sn0wbreeze_iPod Touch 4-4.3.3.ipsw" from the Desktop to the folder called "iPod Software Updates".
Open iTunes, and navigate to the iPod Touch listed under the Devices section. then click on "Restore" to Restore your iPod Touch. Restore to the most recent backup of your iPod Touch.
After you restore your iPod Touch, sync it.