Trying to update to iOS 7 or iOS 8 but kept getting an iTunes error 3200, 3014, 3004 or 3002? Here are some possible fixes which you can try.
iOS 7 iOS 8 is officially public, you might want to install it on your iPhone right away. However, it’s frustrating when you keep getting these errors while you spend hours trying to get your iPhone working again.
Firstly, please be aware that you’re getting one of these error messages because iTunes is unable to connect to Apple firmware verification server to verify your device probably due to:
- Apple server is extremely busy as millions of people around the world are trying to install
iOS 7iOS 8.
- Your computer’s hosts file is causing communication issue between iTunes and Apple’s servers.
The easiest fix for this is to wait and try again at a later time. Usually this would fix the problem right away. However, if you’re still getting the same problem even after waiting for a couple of hours. Try the following fix:
1. Edit your hosts file:
- Windows user go to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\ and open the hosts file with any text editor or Notepad
- Mac users go to \etc\ and open the hosts file with any text editor
5. Try restoring to iOS 7 again.
I hope this helps! If not, leave your comments below and we’ll see if there’s a way to help you.