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Aporte original por: Andre Cooper ,


You can have a try the following steps. Hope it works!

* For Windows, navigate to C:/Windows/System32/drivers/etc/ and find the file that’s named “hosts”
* For Mac, the file is in /etc/
* Open the file in Notepad (or any other text editing software) (for Windows users, open this with Administrator Privileges)
* You’ll mostly have this line at the bottom of the file:
* Either comment this line out by typing a single ‘#’ (without the quotes) in front of the line (before 74) or remove the line entirely.
* Now, save the hosts file and then try updating your iPhone through iTunes.
* In most cases, the error shouldn’t pop up now.
* Again, if you’re lucky, this should work. To me, this method never worked but then, I had my iPhone jailbroken too many times. So that’s when TinyUmbrella comes to the rescue.