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    Ok, so i wanted to update to 4.1, and completely restore my iPhone 3gs. Itunes 10 offers me the 4.1 update, so i downloaded the update from them and clicked the restore button. Every time I try the restore button i get a 3194 error. I have tried everything there is to try. This device is not jail-broken, and never was.

    1.Downloading itunes 9.2 when this is done Itunes doesnt even detect that the Iphone is in recovery mode

    2. Tried putting 74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com into hosts still didnt work, and got same error.

    3. Tried running tinyumbrella while restoring, didnt work but with error 3002.

    4. Tried both recovery mode, and dui mode and it still didnt work.


    I dont know what the problem is, it is driving me crazy, i have spent hours trying to update it.
    Can someone please help me?

    This is what i get when i try to update.

    2010-12-29 11:06:54.908 [2492:1304]: restore library built Aug 6 2010 at 11:14:46
    2010-12-29 11:06:54.908 [2492:1304]: iTunes: iTunes 10.0.0.68
    2010-12-29 11:06:54.908 [2492:1304]: iTunes: Software payload version: 8B117
    2010-12-29 11:07:02.803 [2492:11e8]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
    2010-12-29 11:07:02.807 [2492:11e8]: requested restore behavior: Erase
    2010-12-29 11:07:02.818 [2492:11e8]: amai: AMAuthInstallPlatformCreateDataFromFileURL: can't resolve file
    2010-12-29 11:07:02.822 [2492:11e8]: amai: AMAuthInstallDebugWriteObject: debug object written: C:\Users\-----\AppData\Local\Temp\Per7226.tmp\amai\debug\tss-request.plist
    2010-12-29 11:07:04.086 [2492:11e8]: amai: tss_submit_job: error from server=94 (This device isn't eligible for the requested build.)
    2010-12-29 11:07:04.086 [2492:11e8]: amai: kAMAuthInstallRequestCacheLocalizedTssError: cached server error text: (3194) This device isn't eligible for the requested build.
    2010-12-29 11:07:04.086 [2492:11e8]: amai: AMAuthInstallRequestSendSync: failed tss submission: This device isn't eligible for the requested build.
    2010-12-29 11:07:04.086 [2492:11e8]: amai: AMAuthInstallBundlePersonalizePartial: server request error: This device isn't eligible for the requested build.
    2010-12-29 11:07:04.087 [2492:11e8]: failed to personalize the restore bundle: This device isn't eligible for the requested build.
    2010-12-29 11:07:04.087 [2492:11e8]: AMRAuthInstallDeletePersonalizedBundle
    2010-12-29 11:07:04.119 [2492:11e8]: removed personalized bundle
    2010-12-29 11:07:04.119 [2492:11e8]: AMDFUModeDeviceCopyAuthInstallPreflightOptions: failed to personalize bundle
    2010-12-29 11:07:04.198 [2492:1304]: iTunes: Restore error 3194
    2010-12-29 11:07:04.198 [2492:1304]: AMRAuthInstallGetLocalizedStringForServerError: no cached text for tss error code 3194
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    Please search before posting, this has been asked a zillion times. The key to your problem lies here:

    2010-12-29 11:07:04.086 [2492:11e8]: amai: kAMAuthInstallRequestCacheLocalizedTssError: cached server error text: (3194) This device isn't eligible for the requested build.
    This means you're trying to restore a version of iOS that Apple is no longer signing an SHSH for. There is really only one way to work around this problem: If you have previously requested and saved SHSH files for previous iOS revisions on your local machine or through Cydia, you can use those SHSH files and TinyUmbrella to restore 4.1.

    If you don't know what an SHSH is, the odds are that you don't have what you need -- but there's still a *slim* possibility that if you previously jailbroke the device that Cydia asked to make your life easier and you said yes.

    In either case, the solution to your problem lies in learning what an SHSH is and why you need one, when you need one, and what you can do to work around it -- topics which have all been discussed at excruciatingly great length here. The SHSH link in my signature will send you to Saurik's page discussing the topic for quick research.

    Also, you can use iTunes 10/10.1 for this with no problems. iTunes 9.x doesn't work right/well with iOS 4.xx+

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