Updating ipod from itunes

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Download the IPSW file on your computer for your specific i OS device. If the first trick hasn't worked in letting your update your i Phone, try using IPSW file, which allows you to switch between i OS versions effortlessly.(If you have used IPSW file before, make sure to remove it from your computer before going ahead with the process.)Step #1.The error message would read like There was a problem downloading software for the i Phone. “An unknown error occurred (9006).”i Tunes error 9006 could crop up due to more than one reasons such as lack of proper internet connection, faulty USB port etc. Speed is important, if you hesitate too long after pressing the update buttons in i Tunes then it is quickly too late (depending on the side of the update download) and you’ll need to just let the update complete installation, possibly considering a downgrade.Note this actually stops i Tunes from downloading the update and proceeding with the install, it doesn’t just stop the i OS update notification like what is available from on the device.

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When you connect an i Phone or i Pad to a computer with i Tunes and an i OS software update is available, you will be notified with a pop-up that tells you a new version of i OS is available and asks if you want to update to the new version of i OS system software.Additionally, if you click on the “Check for Update” button in i Tunes when an i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch is connected, the same i OS software update process begins and the software will download and attempt to install.If you have chosen to accept an i OS software update in i Tunes that you immediately realize you do not want to actually install, you can stop the i OS update process in i Tunes by intervening quickly on a Mac or Windows PC.To do this, hold down the Power button and Home button simultaneously until the device restarts.Technically, that approach is called a Hard Reboot because it forcibly restarts the i OS device, but in situations where things are acting up, crashing, or just not behaving properly, it’s usually more effective to force reboot than to use the standard power-off approach.

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