Things go wrong, but luckily there are some great counter-measures and third-party tools to soften the blow.We’ve spoken about i Cloud in the past, covered setting up the core features, but we’ve still not tackled the i Cloud restore process.Multiple restarts later I decided it was probably time to update the phone’s software, over-the-air.I’m not always the most punctual individual when it comes to updates, and recently I’ve been relying on my phone as more than a communication device.For the rest of us, here’s what you can do to fix the i Tunes error 3194.How to Fix i Tunes Error 3194 During i OS Update on Your i Phone, i Pad or i Pod Touch: You’re just trying to update / upgrade the firmware but i Tunes keeps throwing up this error.There is no limit to the amount of backups that can be made through i Tunes, you could technically have a thousand of them if your hard drive capacity would support it.Additionally, you can have backups stored both on a computer as made through i Tunes, in addition to i Cloud, which is the backup procedure we’ll cover next.
Don’t interrupt the phone during this process and don’t let it run out of batteries either, otherwise you can end up with a ‘bricked’ device that requires a manual hard restore through recovery mode, which is a much more complex process.
Like any Apple product, the i Phone “just works” right?
Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world and regardless of what anyone will tell you, i OS is not perfect.
While the automatic backups are extremely useful and you should always use at least one of them, be it i Tunes or i Cloud, you can also initiate an instant backup of an i Phone manually.
These self-started backups can be made from either i Tunes or i Cloud very easily, here is how to do either.