ITunes Error 1015 after downgrading iPhone to 3.1.3

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My iPhone OS was upgraded to OS 4 but because I accidentally restore it, I have to downgrade it again to 3.1.3. But now I get stuck with “iTunes Error 1015”. Any ideas on how to fix it please let me know. Thanks.

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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ITunes Error 1015 after downgrading iPhone to 3.1.3

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Hi

 

You are facing the problem that you are using iPhone OS has upgraded and you want to downgrade your software so what is the issue with you?

It is so easy to downgrade you just have to install again the whole OS and chose the previous OS and install just simply install that OS there is no other option of this one. So you should try this one and install the OS and then it will run fit as you were already using your iPhone. This is the only possible solution you have I have and all other have so make this happen and try and install previous OS.

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ITunes Error 1015 after downgrading iPhone to 3.1.3

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If you receive “error 1015” in iTunes or a message that says “the required resource can’t be found,” one possible cause is if your iOS has been modified in the case of jailbreaking. You may also trigger this error when you performed a downgrade on your iOS. If you want to restore your phone to the latest iOS after accidentally downgrading it, you can do it in recovery mode.

First, download the latest iTunes and install it on your computer. Once installed, connect your iOS device to your computer using the USB cable then start iTunes. While it is connected to your computer, force restart your device. If you have an iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone X, quickly press and release the volume up button. Next, quickly press and release the volume down button.

After this, press and hold the side button until you see the recovery mode screen. If you have an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, press and hold the side button and volume down button simultaneously until you see the recovery mode screen. On the recovery mode screen, select “Update.” iTunes will then try to reinstall iOS without deleting your data.

If you have an iPhone 6s and older, head down to Restart your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and follow the steps to force restart your device.

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