I have the iPod 2nd gen and it is pretty much useless as I cannot update to IOS 7 from 4.2, BUT there is this program called whited00r which lets you update to IOS 7. Apparently it has worked with people- so, is it safe and if I do install IOS 7 and it doesnt work, can I revert back to IOS 4?

  • @Tetsujin This question is asking about a pseudo-upgrade called Whited00r. It's not a duplicate. – Andrew Larsson May 11 '16 at 18:19
  • @AndrewLarsson - my vote was on the initial question. It was almost completely re-written afterwards :/ – Tetsujin May 11 '16 at 18:22
  • @Tetsujin Oh, I didn't even notice. My bad. – Andrew Larsson May 11 '16 at 18:23
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    No worries - I upvoted your answer as actually that was new info to me [not that I have any old devices to try it on] :) I pulled my close vote as WhiteD00r makes it no longer a dupe. – Tetsujin May 11 '16 at 19:01

Whited00r is not iOS 7. It just looks and feels like iOS 7. You won't be able to install iOS 7 applications or have access to many of the features of iOS 7. You're still running iOS 4 under the hood, and all you have to do is restore in iTunes if you don't like it.

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