Error 3194

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Mar 21, 2012

Error 3194 by J3LL0 at 2:41 AM (622 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. J3LL0
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    I keep getting this error while trying to restore my iPhone 4. My phone is extremely slow. So I want to restore it. I have 5.0.1 and I want to keep it at 5.0.1 but it keeps trying to update it. I also tried putting it in Dfu then shift clicking on the ipsw but no luck.
     
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    Yes it is. Thanks

    Edit. I have tried the first thing an no luck. I'll try the registry one next
     
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    I have and YouTube. I also tried tiny umbrella and no luck.

    edit: no luck tried tiny umbrella and nothing. got error 1600. then did pwned dfu and still error1600
     
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    In order to restore 5.0.1, you need to create a "stitched" IPSW (one with your SHSH blobs pre-inserted). You can do this with redsn0w, in "Extras" > "SHSH blobs" > "Stitch."

    After the IPSW is created, you need to put your iPhone in "pwned" DFU Mode (again with redsn0w). Fire up iTunes, Shift-click "Restore," and browse to the IPSW.

    Let me know if you're still having problems.
     
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    Ok thanks I will try this out.
     
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    working perfectly!
    Dam error 1
     

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