Why My iPhone Error 3194?

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    Using an iPhone usually means pure enjoyment. These phones provided by Apple are considered to be high-quality devices, but that does not mean they will always work perfectly. If you have an issue when trying to update or restore your iPhone via iTunes, and if you see an error 3194, don’t worry, it can be fixed, and we will show you how. Check out 5 ways to fix iPhone error 3194, and one of the listed solutions will solve the issue, and you can continue with upgrading or restoring.

    5 ways to fix iPhone error 3194


    Solution No.1: Check your anti-virus program

    This error may occur because of your anti-virus software. Turn it off, and try to perform the update or restore.

    Solution No.2: Firewall

    The other reason that can cause this annoying error is your firewall. Perhaps it is blocking certain files. You have two options. The first one is to allow iTunes over the firewall. The other option is to simply disable the firewall, until you are not finished with the update.

    Solution No.3: Update iTunes to the latest version

    If you do not have the latest version of iTunes, certain errors can occur, and one of them is the error 3194. To fix the issue, update iTunes.

    • For Mac users: open the program on your computer. Open the menu, click on iTunes, and then click on Check for Updates.
    • For Windows users: open the iTunes, and in the menu bar, select Help, and then Check for Updates.
    Solution No.4: Internet connectivity

    In some cases, the problem can be your internet connection. Turn off your modem, and after several seconds, turn it back on. Sometimes, the reset may fix this.

    Solution No.5: Host file

    First, quit iTunes on your computer. The next step is to open the host file. For Mac users: /ect/hosts; For Windows users: c:windowssystem32driversetchosts. By using the administrate rights, open the host file. Find: 74.208.105.171 gs.apple.com line, and delete it. Save the file, but don’t change the name of it. Plug your device into your computer, and start iTunes. Try to update or restore again.


    Users are successfully solving this problem with these simple 5 ways to fix iPhone error 3194, and we are pretty sure you will find them useful.

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