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iPhone 6 won't restore after dropping (3194)

After i dropped my iPhone 6, it keeps booting directly into DFU, but everytime i try to recover it in iTunes, i get the error 3194. The screen cracked after dropping it.

What part do i need to replace to get it working again?

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3194 is a hardware issue. clean the charging port and make sure you are using a good USB cable

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how to iphone 6plus 3194 error

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how to iphone 6plus 3194 error

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If you’re real lucky – and I mean seriously lucky – you’ll not see any errors crop up when you try to update or restore. Most users who don’t usually tinker with their iPhones are these lucky ones. For the rest of us, here’s what you can do to fix the iTunes error 3194.

More information:

http://www.iosmate.com/blog/how-to-fix-i...

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How to Fix iTunes Error 3194 During iOS Update on Your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch:

You’re just trying to update / upgrade the firmware but iTunes keeps throwing up this error. In most cases, it’s because of a simple problem with the hosts file. Here’s how to fix it:

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:

74.208.105.171 gs.apple.com

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.

More information:

http://www.iosmate.com/blog/how-to-fix-i...

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