Fixing iTunes 1013/1611 Error on iPhone 4

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May panic, but the head must remain cool.
1013/1611 error bug was reported repeatedly by the user's iPhone 4 will mengudapte its IOS to version 4.2.1. It's okay to use different computers, who knows succeed. However, gopegodotcom got way more potent that the iPhone 4 you can seamlessly go up to the IOS 4.2.1.

Warning: This will make the iPhone baseband 4 You automatically updated to the latest version. Do with your own risk.

Mac OS X:
1. Directly to the folder "Application"
2. Navigate to the folder "Utilities"
3. Launch "Terminal"
4. Type: "sudo nano / etc / hosts" (without the quotes) and press Enter
5. Enter your password
6. Direct search entry "". Add a sign or hash mark # to a position at the front line where "" reside.
For example: if the line like this: "" then add will be like this: "#"
The addition is of course without quotes

* # this function to disable the command in that line. iTunes will not check the server "" while updating / restoring the IOS 4.2.1. Checking into a server that is causing the error 1013/1611 due to the tight security at the Apple servers plus its crowded server.

7. Save the file "hosts" with CONTROL + O.
8. Please restore and update iPhone 4 in peace.

1. Start> Programs> Accessories
2. Run Notepad or Wordpad
3. Click "Open" from the File menu
4. Navigate to Windows/System32/drivers/etc
5. In the option "files of type:" select "All Documents"
6. Open the file "hosts". More simple way is with the facility "Search" files / folders in Windows. Type "hosts" and Windows will search for the file for you.
7. Remove the line where "" reside. If still worried, you should try to step-6 for Mac OS X.
8. Save the file "hosts".
9. Please restore and update iPhone 4 in peace.

Good luck.

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