If your phone says “needs repair” and you tried to restore and got this error, you probably have a permanently damaged phone.
Note: You need itunes 7.4 or greater for FW versions 1.1.1 and 1.1.2. Note: If you intend to jailbreak to install 3rd party apps, prior to restoring, be sure that the firmware version you are using can be hacked.
Note: if you need to restore a specific version of firmware onto your device, rather than click restore, hold shift (PC) or option (MAC) and click restore.
Error 35: You can resolve this error by using a known-good 30-pin USB Dock Connector cable.
If that does not resolve the issue, follow the instructions for errors 13 or 14 above.
Updating to the latest version of i Tunes and then restoring should resolve this issue.
Error 19 (or -19): The full text of this error is: “i Tunes could not sync to the i Phone ‘[i Phone name]‘ because an unknown error occurred (-19)”.
Error 50: This error (and error -50) are timeout errors. Error 1000: If this error appears in the i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod updater log file, there has been an error decompressing and transferring the IPSW file that is downloaded by i Tunes when restoring your device.
This error is frequently caused by third-party security software interference, a poor quality Internet connection resulting in a corrupted IPSW file, or a conflict with other devices connected to your computer using USB.
Your default packet size being set incorrectly can cause this error.
Contact the manufacturer of the software that installed the packet size modification for assistance.
This will bring up a browse box where you can select the firmware you wish to program.