Why My iPhone Error 4014?

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    Almost every error that has a certain number you will ever get on your iPhone will occur when you are updating or restoring your device, and it includes error 4014. Most of those errors are iTunes or hardware related, but the good thing is, you can fix almost every one yourself. Every error is highly stressful, and this one is no exception. In this text, you can see 5 ways to fix iPhone error 4014, and try them one by one until you fix the issue.

    5 ways to fix iPhone error 4014


    Solution No.1: Update iTunes

    Do you have the latest iTunes version? If not, download and install it. As mentioned, most of the errors you will ever get are iTunes related, which is why this is a proper way to start solving the problem.

    Solution No.2: Reinstall iTunes

    If the option no.1 did help, uninstall iTunes from your computer, and make sure that all the files are deleted. Download and install the software again. You will get rid of all corrupted files, because maybe one of them caused the problem. Once you are finished, try to update or restore.

    Solution No.3: Charge your device

    Is your device charged? Sometimes, when you are running low on battery, all kinds of errors show up. Connect your iPhone with charger, and see if that makes any difference.

    Solution No.4: Restart your computer and your iPhone

    In some cases, the error disappears after the restart. Try it. It’s not complicated, but it may fix the problem.

    Solution No.5: Different USB port

    If nothing else helps, try a different USB port. If you have some devices plugged into your computer, unplug them, and leave only those that are necessary.


    Usually, users find presented 5 ways to fix iPhone error 4014 useful. You can also try updating your antivirus. After all you can always contact Apple and ask for their assistance.

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