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How to fix iTunes errors 4013, 4014 when update iPad or iPhone

iTunes errors 4013, 4014 and 4005 are different but the solved way is similar. Might you’ve seen the 4013, 4014 restore errors in starting or in meanwhile when you try to update or restore your old back up on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. I think there is several hardware issues behind iTunes errors 4013, 4014. It’s happening sometimes due to the low version of iTunes and many other reasons.

This kind of error occurs if the latest iOS devices unexpectedly disconnecting during the restore, update or iTunes could not tell the device to go the restore condition. Whatever but don’t worry now; we have a solution if you see an error message which is given below.

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Alternate Way Resolve – To fix iTunes errors 4013, 4014 when Update iPad, iPhone/ iPod Touch

  • The iPad ‘’iPad’’ could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (4013)
  • The iPad ‘’iPad’’ could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (4014)
  • The iPad ‘’iPad’’ could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (4005)

Note: – You can do also follow these tips for iPhone and iPod Touch too. Not only for the iPad. An error message you see as; The iPhone ‘’iPhone’’ could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (4013).

You’ve seen the message during an update or restore from iTunes; We don’t know the perfect reason but please Go step by step and hope you can get genuine fixed from below; because different users have different reasons for a similar iTunes error 4013, 4014. At least you should have enough information to give the progress to your process.

Step 1: we recommended – you should have installed the latest iTunes Version

Step 2. In this Step- you should do Restart your Mac or PC.

Step 3. Ensure that your computer is up to date OS (Mac or Window); if an update requires a restart, then check after restart again.

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Step 4.Hardware issue, I think you’ve to use other USB cables; because your current USB cable might be broken.

Step 5. Do the same processes on another Mac or PC – mean by restoring your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with on another computer.

If you see continuous iTunes errors 4013, 4014 message when you restore your iOS device, then connect Apple Customer support.

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