Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Fix iTunes error 1600 during iPhone update

If you are doing an iPhone restore and encounter error 1600 in your iTunes with message "The iPhone "iPhone" could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (1600).", heres what you can do.

Most likely, you are on iPhone DFU mode. Reboot your iPhone to normally by pressing Home + Power Button together for 10 seconds. Your iPhone should start to reboot normally. After booting up, try your custom restore again.

Good luck. ;)

4 comments:

myminimark said...

thanks for this tips.
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marskoko said...

when i reboot, i get the itunes connect logo and USB cable on my phone (recovery mode) so i cannot get this to work. Im trying to use snowbreeze to jb my 3gs on iOS4, mac sysprofiler USB says its 359.3 iBoot so it should the ok, the old bootrom, righT!?

Dan said...

@marskoko: yea you are right. If its 359.3, you have old bootrom. If its 359.3.2 or anything above that, its a new bootrom. Theres an excellent article on http://www.redmondpie.com/how-to-check-iphone-3gs-bootrom-iboot-version/ that guide through checking of the bootrom version

Anonymous said...

This seemed to fix my error 1600 problem pretty quick... http://howtofixstuff.blogspot.ca/2013/09/how-to-fix-itunes-error-160016011602164.html

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