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Wednesday, January 16, 2013

How To Fix iTunes 1013 Error While Updating To iOS 4.3.2

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Well, it may be faced by several people! Yes, while updating to the newly released iOS 4.3.2 firmware you might encounter with iTunes 1013 error, and are curious on how to fix it. Then, don’t worry, you are on the right track, actually, it happens with most of users who tend to update the iOS devices. The fix for the iTunes 1013 will take just a minute to complete. Here’s presenting you the step by step guidelines on how to fix iTunes 1013 error while updating to iOS 4.3.2.

How to fix iTunes 1013 error while updating to iOS 4.3.2

How To Fix iTunes 1013 Error While Updating To iOS 4.3.2

For Windows Users

Step – 1 : First, go to C Drive and search for Windows folder and then System32 followed by drivers and then finally etc folder.

C:\Windows\System32\drivers \etc

Step – 2 : In this location, you’ll see the hosts file.

Step – 3 : Now, open the hosts file using notepad and remove the following lines that say “gs.apple.com”.

How to fix iTunes 1013 error while updating to iOS 4.3.2 (1)

Step – 4 : Once removed, save the file and restore the iOS using iTunes.

For Mac Users

Step – 1 : First, navigate to Application folder and select “Utilities”.

Step – 2 : Now, launch “Terminal” from Utilities folder.

Step – 3 : After that, type “sudo nano /etc/hosts” (without inverted commas) and hit return.

Step – 4 : Then, in hosts file, remove the last line that says gs.apple.com completely or by putting a # at the beginning of it.

Step – 5 : Finally, save the file and restore the iTunes using iTunes.

That’s it!

CAUTION : We recommend you to backup of the file before editing.

Well, if you have any difficulty while going through the above steps, then, don’t hesitate, just write to us in our comment section below. Also, if you are successful in performing the above, then, just don’t forget to share your views and comments on this with us.


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Hello Friends ! This is Prativa, a full time writer who covers breaking Apple News and writes all the things about iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac OS X exclusively for 3noobs.com. I love descriptive writing. Apart from that I have great interest on Science related topics as I was a Science student.

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