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    iDon't know what it is about this update, but it seems to be causing a few problems. iDidn't have any problems updating it, but iRan into this problems and have no idea what it is. iAttached an image of the error message. All of the network settings are correct and were working before updating to 10.5. My sister is having the same message pop up when she is trying to download iOS 5 for her iPhone 4 as well. Can anyone help me in figuring out what this message means?.




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    iDon't see an attached image so iCan't help troubleshoot. iRecommend you upload the attachment you mentioned.
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    iDon't know why it isn't showing up, it is on my end. Hopefully this works....The message reads " There was a problem downloading the software for the device. The network connection was reset. Make sure your network settings are correct and your network connection is active, or try again later."

    The message appears for both the iPhone 4 and iPad.

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    Ok, well I found an error code. Error code:3253. Meaning usually my firewall is preventing the download process. I turned off my firewall setting, yet the message appeared again. iAm at a loss....

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    Are you running any sort of internet security software that may be screening downloads? Or do you have a newer version of WinZip that forces a virus scan on files it detects are zipped? Both of those could interfere with the iTunes download.
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    Just running Nortons 360, but I turned off the firewall and didn't see anything else that would interfere. Im not too sure about the winzip tho. They never had any problems dl any other iOS software. I was thinking maybe it a setting itunes 10.5 changed, but I can't find anything.

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    I hate to say I don't really know what to tell you -- you may just want to download the .IPSW manually from one of the links you can find (in the forum or on Apple's website) and then shift-upgrade to point to it directly. This will let you download manually and bypass anything that is interfering with iTunes ability to download the files.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n1ckn4m3 View Post
    I hate to say I don't really know what to tell you -- you may just want to download the .IPSW manually from one of the links you can find (in the forum or on Apple's website) and then shift-upgrade to point to it directly. This will let you download manually and bypass anything that is interfering with iTunes ability to download the files.
    Ok, I will see if that works. Thanks.

 

 

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