This video will show you how to restore iOS 7 with iTunes.
I have uploaded this video to show you how to restore iOS 7 with iTunes, this will help with future videos which will show you how to Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 and 7.1.2. Once these videos are complete I will link them below. How to Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 & 7.1.1 on a Mac Untethered
Good luck 🙂
This article and video is a step by step guide on How to Resolve iOS update and restore errors in iTunes.
So I recorded this video to try and go over all the errors that can come up in iTunes.
Some of the Symptoms you might have when restoring your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch via iTunes are in the form of error codes and alert messages. Most of the time these errors are caused by older versions of software or problems with connectivity, connecting to the Apple servers.
To resolve these problems you can try the following. Step 1. Update your iTunes to the latest version or even try uninstalling iTunes if your using a PC do a restart and download, reinstall iTunes. To update iTunes on a Mac go into Apple icon and click updates.
Step 2. Make sure you OS is up to date. If you are using Windows go into Control Panel and click on Windows Updates. If you are on a Mac click on Apple and then Updates.
Step 3.Check the Anti Virus and security software on your computer. It could be blocking the connection to the Apple servers. In Windows you can generally right click and disable software until you do a restart. And you can turn off the Windows firewall in Control Panel. On a Mac you can System preferences and security and privacy. 123myIT also has a video guide which shows you how to edit your host file on your computer.
The 3194 error video for Windows here.
The 3194 error video for a Mac can be found here.
Windows iREB video here.
This is really important if you are having issues connecting to the following Apple servers.
* Ports: 80 and 443
* Apple servers:
Step 4. Unplug any extra devices that don’t need to be connected to your computer. Only have your Mouse, Keyboard and iOS device connected. Try a different USB port on your computer and try a different cable and if that doesn’t work try a different computer altogether.
Step 5. After updating or installing software its a good idea to restart your computer. When your computer is restarting take the opportunity to restart your iOS device.
Step 6. By now hopefully you know how to resolve iOS update and restore errors in iTunes. Time to try the restore again and see if you get the same error.
This video will show you how to Fix iTunes Error 3194 on a Mac – This device isn’t eligible for the requested build.
Earlier I created a video on how to Fix iTunes Error 3194 while using Windows. This video will show you how to fix the same error on a Mac.
You will need to open up Terminal in Finder and type the following command.
sudo nano /private/etc/hosts
Press Return and Enter your password.
Once you have typed your admin password you will see all the entry’s in the hosts file.
Now Apple says, look for an entry containing “gs.apple.com”.
The next step I delete any entry back to the local file which essentially sets the hosts file back to defaults.
However Apple says, Add the # symbol and a space (“# “) to the beginning of the gs.apple.com entry.
You can save the file by pressing Control-O. Hit Enter when prompted for the filename and Control-X which will allow you to exit the editor.
Restart your Mac and you should be good to go.
This video will show you how to Fix iTunes Error 3194 in Windows.
I found this iTunes error 3194 increasingly frustrating. I was about to start trying to do a Ragebreak Jailbreak on my iPhone 4 and this iTunes Error 3194 kept on coming up over and over again.
The error is caused by routing issues from having incorrect information in the local hosts file on your Windows PC.
You can find the hosts file in the following locations.
NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7, 2012 and 8 %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts Windows Mobile, Windows Phone Registry key under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\Tcpip\Hosts Apple Macintosh 9 and earlier Preferences or System folder
Mac OS X 10.0 – 10.1.5 (Added through NetInfo or niload)
Mac OS X 10.2 and newer /etc/hosts (a symbolic link to /private/etc/hosts)