Network timing out when updating ipod

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But ever since i OS 5, that's not true anymore.

Now you can install i Phone software updates wirelessly.

i Phone and i Pod users have been dealing with sporadic wireless headaches since the release of i OS 8 and 9.

Because Wi-Fi issues vary depending on different network setups, different fixes work for different users.

These following methods have proven to repair Wi-Fi issues on i Phone, i Pad and i Pod devices.

The problem addressed in this post is on an i Tunes error 9, which occurs while performing firmware update or restoring the #Apple i Phone 6 (#i Phone6) via i Tunes.

Connection attempt to i Phone activation server was successful.

it gets to about 200MB- 300MB before it Pops up with the Network connection timeout error "error 3259" I have been to fix this all day. Network test Microsoft Windows 7 x64 Home Premium Edition Service Pack 1 (Build 7601) Hewlett-Packard HP Pavilion dv7 Notebook PC i Tunes 10.7.0.21 Quick Time 7.7.2 Fair Play 2.2.19 Apple Application Support 2.2.2 i Pod Updater Library 10.0d2 CD Driver 2.2.3.0 CD Driver DLL 2.1.3.1 Apple Mobile Device 6.0.0.59 Apple Mobile Device Driver 1.62.0.0 Bonjour 3.0.0.10 (333.10) Gracenote SDK 1.9.6.502 Gracenote Music ID 1.9.6.115 Gracenote Submit 1.9.6.143 Gracenote DSP 1.9.6.45 i Tunes Serial Number Current user is not an administrator. Connection attempt to purchasing from i Tunes Store was successful. If you have any questions about the steps above, let me know! When you tried on the other computer were you getting the same error?

Hey There, Let's see if I can throw a few suggestions at you to help you out.1) When you jailbreak your phone it actually modifies your Hosts file, this is usually one of the issues with itunes. The file is located at c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts. Delete the line with apple listed and save.2) Make sure your firewall is disabled. Step 1: Click Start Click Programs Select Accessories Right Click Command Prompt and Select "Run as Administrator"Type: ipconfig /flushdns You will now see a message saying the cache has been flushed. Make sure all Apple services have a check mark in them.7. Rebooted my machine (Windows XP Pro Service pak 3). Okay, I have been trying to unjailbreak(restore) my phone like all day. Connection attempt to firmware update server was unsuccessful. Connection attempt to Gracenote server was successful. This was something apple implemented in one of the last updates to i OS. Just in case it goes south where it likely will (see below) we want to be able to get it to update after the restore. (More than likely because of the jailbreak your going to run into more problems - just expect it. Select Start and type msconfig in search box then press Enter2. Click on the ‘Hide All Microsoft Services’ box at the bottom of thescreen so that it has a tick in it. The best bet to try (though you might already try) is to sign out and sign into i Cloud on i Phone again. Please check out whether your i Device has been updated to the latest version. If it's a bug, then it is possibly solved in the latest i OS. Swipe down to the bottom and choose "Reset" option. Select "Reset Network Settings" and enter your passcode if prompted. Confirm the attempt by tapping on "Reset Network Settings" again. It's a simple and feasible trick that is worth trying. If you find that the Wi-Fi network is too slow, you should disconnect it and connect to another Wi-Fi network. If the "Verification Failed" issue occurs when you're trying to log in your Apple ID on another i Device, then you should check out whether you've already enabled "i Cloud Backup" on an i Device to which you're used. Therefore, you should turn it off or even sign out your Apple ID.

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