A fair amount of users have ran into “Error 3002″ during the iOS 5 update process. It’s not entirely clear what’s causing this, but we’ve been provided with a solution that should work for both and Windows users.
Fixing Error 3002
You will be restoring to5 rather than updating, meaning the device will be back to a fresh installation. Be sure you have a backup of the iOS device before you proceed, so that you can then get all your apps and settings back.
- Be sure you have iTunes 10.5installed
- Download iOS 5 IPSWspecific to your device, save it somewhere that is easy to find
- Launch iTunes 10.5 and then…
- users:hold down the OPTION key then click on “Restore”, locate the aforementioned IPSW file
- Windows users: hold down the SHIFT key and then click on “Restore”, point iTunes to the downloaded IPSW file
If your hardware gets totally boinked or if you’re then encountering error 3194, you can also try putting the iPhone or iPad into DFU modeand restoring while in recovery. Remember to check your hosts file too, if you blocked an server in the past for purposes, that will cause issues now when you are updating to .
How to Fix Error 3200 duringUpdate?
We have tried couple of things to get rid from this error and at the end we found out that the issue is rising because of the massive load onservers and due to overload folks are facing this issue, if you are one of them who are facing this issue, just wait for couple of hours or minutes and then again try to update your device to Apple’s new iOS 5.
Relax, go outside, breathe some air, give thanks for your blessings, and try again later tonight or maybe tomorrow. iOS 5 and iCloud will still be there.