Updating itunes account on iphone
If for some reason that validation fails, you get this error code 3194.
Now where does i Tunes get the Apple server information!!
Now there are several different reasons behind it which we’ll explain, but the biggest reason seems to be the host file in your computer.
You know every-time when you try to update or restore firmware of your i Phone through i Tunes, i Tunes first validates this with Apple server before starting the process.
Then you will see "An update to the carrier settings on your i Phone is available" message, and click "Update Settings".
Step 5: Now you can restore your backup with i Tunes. Step 1: Connect your i Phone to your computer via a USB cable and open i Tunes. Step 2: Click on the i Phone icon in the top left area of i Tunes.
It’s highly recommended by many professional medias, such as Mac World, i Phonein Canada, APPKED, etc.
If you see (in the middle of the screen) a message that says, “All Apps are Up-to-date,” then none of the apps on your i Phone require an update at this time.
If an app needs updating, it appears with an Update button next to it. If more than one app needs updating, you can update them all at once by tapping the Update All button at the bottom of the screen.
It’s there in your computer’s host file which is located in system32\drivers\etc\hosts if your are using Windows operating system. You have a jailbroken i Phone and you are trying to downgrade your firmware to an older version, 2.
If you are using Mac, this file be at /private/etc/hosts. You have a jailbroken/n0n-jailbroken i Phone and you are trying to update/restore to the latest firmware. In the first situation, you need to update your host file to point to Cydia server instead of Apple’s server.