[Tips] Cara Fix iTunes Error 3194, 21, 1015 saat Restore dengan menggunakan Firmware Stock atau Custom

13 Jan

Beberapa tips untuk mengatasi iTunes error 3194, 21 atau 1015 saat restore dengan firmware stock atau custom. Error 3194 artinya iTunes gagal mendapatkan SHSH Firmware yang anda pake dari Apple servers dan error 21 artinya anda mencoba restore pake custom firmware saat device dalam kondisi Restore Mode yang seharusnya dalam keadaan DFU Mode. . Error 1015 artinya Device anda berhasil Restore namun stuck pada Recovery Mode.

 

Fix iTunes Error 3194:

Cara 1 (Windows & Mac) :

Connect iDevice-mu ke PC atau Mac dan jalankan TinyUmbrella. Buka Tab Advanced Tab dan uncheckĀ Request SHSH From Cydia option. Klik Apply Changes dan reboot/restart Komputer anda.

Cara 2 (On Windows)

Pergi ke C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc dan buka file HOSTS lewat Notepad. Hapus baris yang ada tulisan gs.apple.com dan restart komputer anda

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Cara 2 (On Mac)

Click Go -> Go to Folder dan lalu enter path /etc

Hapus baris yang ada kata gs.apple.com dan reboot mac anda.

 

Fix iTunes Error 16xx (1600, 1601, 1602, 1603, 1604) & 21:

Jika anda ingin me-Restore iDevice anda dengan stock IPSW, iDevice anda harus dalam keadaan DFU mode. Dengan cara:

  1. Turn OFF iDevice anda
  2. Tekan Home+Power button selama 10 detik.
  3. Setelah 10 detik, lepas tombol Power tapi tetap menekan tombol Home sampai iTunes mendetek iPhone anda walaupun iTunes menyebutkan device anda dalam keadaan Recovery mode (Dengan catatan layar iDevice anda dalam keadaan Mati, bukan logo kabel usb & iTunes)
  4. Tahan tombol SHIFT (ALT/option jika menggunakan Mac) dan klik pada tombol Restore di iTunes.
  5. Select Firmware stock IPSW dan biarkan iTunes bekerja sampai selesai.

Jika anda ingin me-Restore dengan custom IPSW, iDevice anda harus dalam keadaan Pwned DFU mode yang caranya bisa di lihat disini:

  1. Download iREB for Windows from here. Mac OS X users should follow this guide.
  2. Launch iREBand select your iDevice name from the displayed options. Now put your iDevice into DFU mode by using the following instructions:
    • Turn OFF your iDevice completely
    • Press Home+Power button for 10 seconds.
    • After 10 seconds, release the Power button but keep holding the Home button until iREB detect your iPhone into DFU mode.
  3. As soon as iREB will detect your iDevice into DFU mode, it will patch the iBoot of your iDevice with Limera1n exploit and will put it into Pwned DFU mode.
  4. Once done, your iDevice screen will be completely black. Launch iTunes and restore iOS 4.3.3 custom IPSW by using SHIFT+Restore combo on Windows and ALT(Option)+Restore combo on Mac OS X.

Fix iTunes Error 3194, 21, 1015 While Resorting iOS 4.3.3 Stock or Custom IPSW [Tips]

Posted by Ben on May 14, 2011

Here is a quick guide for those iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users who are getting iTunes error 3194, 21 or 1015 while restoring stock or custom IPSW of iOS 4.3.3. Error 3194 means iTunes failed to get iOS 4.3.3 SHSH blobs from Apple servers and error 21 means you are trying to restore the custom IPSW from recovery mode instead of DFU or Pwned DFU mode. Error 1015 means restore has been done but your iPhone is stuck in recovery mode loop.

Fix iTunes Error 3194:

iTunes Error 3194

Method 1 (Windows & Mac)

Connect your iDevice to your PC or Mac and launch TinyUmbrella (Windows | Mac). Go to Advanced tab and uncheck Request SHSH From Cydia option. Hit Apply Changes button and reboot your computer.

TinyUmbrella (Fix 3194 Error)

Method 2 (On Windows)

Navigate to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc and open HOSTS file with Notepad. Remove or comment all entries which contain gs.apple.com and reboot your PC.
Windows HOSTS File (Unedited)

Method 2 (On Mac)

Click Go -> Go to Folder and then enter path /etc
Mac HOSTS File PathRemove or comment all entries which contain gs.apple.com and reboot your computer.

Mac HOSTS File (Unedited)

Fix iTunes Error 16xx (1600, 1601, 1602, 1603, 1604) & 21:

If you are restoring to iOS 4.3.3 stock IPSW, you need to put your iPhone into DFU mode by using the following instructions:

  1. Turn OFF your iDevice completely
  2. Press Home+Power button for 10 seconds.
  3. After 10 seconds, release the Power button but keep holding the Home button until iTunes detect your iPhone into DFU mode.
  4. Hold down the SHIFT key (ALT for Mac) and click on the Restore button in iTunes.
  5. Select iOS 4.3.3 stock IPSW and leave the rest on iTunes. Once your iDevice has been restored, it will restart automatically

If you are restoring iOS 4.3.3 custom IPSW, you need to put your iPhone into Pwned DFU mode by using the following instructions:

  1. Download iREB for Windows from here. Mac OS X users should follow this guide.
  2. Launch iREBand select your iDevice name from the displayed options. Now put your iDevice into DFU mode by using the following instructions:
    • Turn OFF your iDevice completely
    • Press Home+Power button for 10 seconds.
    • After 10 seconds, release the Power button but keep holding the Home button until iREB detect your iPhone into DFU mode.
  3. As soon as iREB will detect your iDevice into DFU mode, it will patch the iBoot of your iDevice with Limera1n exploit and will put it into Pwned DFU mode.
  4. Once done, your iDevice screen will be completely black. Launch iTunes and restore iOS 4.3.3 custom IPSW by using SHIFT+Restore combo on Windows and ALT(Option)+Restore combo on Mac OS X.

Fix iTunes Error 1013, 1014 & 1015:

Download TinyUmbrella (Fix Recovery) for iOS 4.3.x (Win | Mac). Download Zlib1.dll from here and place it in the same directory in which fixrecovery43.exe is present. Start iTunes in background and launch fixrecovery43.exe. Now use the following instructions to put your iPhone into DFU mode:

  • Turn OFF your iDevice completely
  • Press Home+Power button for 10 seconds.
  • After 10 seconds, release the Power button but keep holding the Home button until fixrecovery43.exe detect your iPhone into DFU mode.

As soon as fixrecovery43.exe will detect your iDevice in DFU mode, it will use GreenPois0n exploit to kick your iDevice out of recovery mode loop. Once you see Exiting libpois0n text on your command prompt, rest of the process will be shown on your iDevice’s screen. If you are still unable to kick your iDevice out of recovery mode, you can give Recboot, TinyUmbrella or EasyiRecovery a try.

 

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