If you’re trying to update iOS to the latest version on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, and getting “This device isn’t eligible for the requested build” then here’s how to fix it.
If you’re getting Error 3194 when you try to restore your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch then here’s how to resolve the error.
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Ever since the release of iOS 8, few users have faced an annoying issue where they haven’t been able to go past the Terms and Conditions screen when they try to install the OTA update.
With iOS 8, Apple added a lot of much-requested features like custom keyboards, widgets and extensions. Sadly, the rapid pace of development also means the introduction of bugs, one of which is Bluetooth connectivity problems.
If you’re not able to restore or update your iPhone or iPad because iTunes cannot recognize it then you will have to put your device in recovery mode.
Please note that recovery mode erases the data on your device, and restores it to the latest iOS firmware version.
One of the issues that seems to be plaguing some iPhone and iPad users especially with iOS 7 or later, is the Wi-Fi toggle in the Settings app is grayed out or dimmed, which prevents them from enabling it, and connecting to Wi-Fi networks. It also results in getting the “Wi-Fi not available” error message when you access Control Center.
It is not clear what causes the issue, but here are some of the options you can try to fix the annoying issue:
iPhone 5s users are reporting that they’re getting the “Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)” error, a problem that ironically plagued older Windows PCs.
According to the discussion threads on Apple support forums, iPhone 5s users are reporting random reboots following a BSOD when they use Apple’s iWorks apps.