Ios 5 error -54

Discussion in 'iOS 5 and earlier' started by blazersrule, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. blazersrule macrumors newbie

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    Hi guys,

    I have a iphone 3gs, running snow leopard. I've tried updating my phone all day, and it sort of updated, but it only kept my messages, contacts, emails, and some apps.

    I can't even manually re-add the missing apps, music and videos, and everytime I try plugging it in, it says it got interrupted while restoring, and that I need to do it again. Everytime I do, the same thing happens, saying that there was an error -54. I'd like to be able to keep all my old contacts/text messages. I synced up my phone a few hours earlier before I updated. Any help?

    Oh also I should add I'm getting the iphone 4gs, so if I don't do anything now (just leave it as is, I can live without my music for a day on my phone), will the problem be fixed?
     
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    Does anyone else have this issue? Please help.
     
  6. blazersrule, Oct 17, 2011
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    blazersrule thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Please? Seriously, my phone still doesn't work and I don't live near an Apple store. I'm not paying $30 for Apple to fix the issue over the phone when Apple is the one who caused this..
     
  7. blazersrule thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Look I know it's pretty bad forum etiquette to bump something 6 times, but I'd really appreciate it if someone could help out. I know no one is obligated to post, but the problem has yet to be answered here or on Apple's support forums, and I don't know what to do.

    The only problems I read about was the error 3200 (or whatever the number was), and that seemed to be fixed over time. My problem still exists..
     
  8. bcbryanc macrumors member

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    You did say you will be getting the iPhone 4S* so I am assuming everyone thought your would be getting that and than you can see if you have the problem still.
     

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