I have a serous problem restoring my iPhone 3GS. Keep getting error 3194

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asked Sep 13, 2011 by Studio66Designs (421 points)
I need some help because I am getting the error 3194 every time I try to restore my iPhone 3gs to factory settings. Can I have some help on how to fix it because Apple is crap with there help now because you have to pay for it.

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answered Sep 13, 2011 by The Kingfish (386 points)
commented Sep 13, 2011 by Studio66Designs (421 points)
Your a prick. YOU KNOW THAT. YOU PRICK. go away troll
commented Sep 14, 2011 by korin125 (576 points)
He gave you the answer.
commented Sep 14, 2011 by The Kingfish (386 points)
Some people just don't get it.  It's all "Gimme, gimme, gimme."  I showed you how to Google the answer (and if I recall correctly this isn't the first time.)  Next time you can find your solution in less than 10 seconds rather than posting a question on here and waiting and waiting for someone to do something for you that you could have done yourself.  Matter of fact, I still don't see the correct answer to a question you posted over 7 hours ago.  Wait, what's that?  I Googled and found over 50 pages of search results, all with the CORRECT SOLUTION in under 10 seconds.  If you had done this the right way, you'd have a restored iPhone by now instead of wasting time whining and calling people trolls because they told you to look it up yourself.  Un-f'ing-believable...
commented Sep 19, 2011 by Ivan Tomica (1,251 points)
Really, he just gave you an answer. Before posting something here it is good to check it on google , and put a little bit effort in solving your own problem, not just expect from somebody else to solve your problem. The Kingfish, you are emperor. That was good joke , and useful answer in one. Good job :)
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answered Sep 13, 2011 by Enrico (461 points)
That's an error message that is given when you have a stolen phone thats been "bricked".
commented Sep 13, 2011 by Studio66Designs (421 points)
I got my phone from Best Buy. I can't get it back to restore
commented Sep 13, 2011 by David (3,306 points)
@Enrico - Show me proof of your statement. I googled it and it came up as a bug in the updated software with relevent fixes.
commented Sep 14, 2011 by korin125 (576 points)
You seriously know nothing about this. It is IMPOSSIBLE to brick an iDevice other than possibbly pulling out the cord during a baseband update and that itn't even confirmed to brick a device by people that have tried.

You can always go into DFU mode and restore. It is sometimes just Apple that is not letting you, and the best thnig to do is to block them from your hosts file.
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answered Sep 19, 2011 by d2photo (16 points)
did you have the phone jailbroken before trying to restore?
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answered Feb 7, 2012 by alicesmith (1 point)
If you have stored number of photos on your iphone  and don't want to lose them than [Iphone photo recovery tools][1] can restore lost photos from backup. But while creating backup if you are getting itunes error than you need to install upgraded version of itunes Or you may use an automatic tool to create backup of iphone data.

  [1]: http://www.iphonerecoverytools.com
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answered Feb 7, 2012 by r0bErT4u (83,750 points)
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