You know, if you wanted an iPhone, you could have gone to AT&T, buy your service plan, got a new 4g or 4s, and only paid 1 dollar for the phoe with a
I am on my second iPhone, first one was stolen when I was in Atlantic city in sept 2013. The carrier immediately blocked the emei code, chances are,
you have a stolen phone.
For more than one reason, I will not enter into contract with any carrier.
It's not really "free" when you have to commit to a 2-3 year term which will end up costing you thousands of dollars.
I only do pay as you go. Sure over the same time span you'll end up spending a similar amount, but with an unlocked phone on pay as you go you're
never locked in to one carrier and can switch/shut down any time you want with no "penalty"
UPDATE: I was able to solve the horrendously irritating iTunes "error 3194"
The error apparently is caused by a communication interruption between you and Apple.
What worked for me was this: (I use Windows)
Control Panel/Internet Options(Properties)/Advanced/-> scroll down to Security and make sure "check for server certificate verification" is
No more 3194 error and I was able to do a full restore on my phone. I did a restore as new device and with iOS 6.
It didn't solve my network connect problem however... but I will update the title of this thread to reflect that I have found a way to eliminate the
3194 error in case anyone surfing the web is looking for a solution.
Will pop open phone tomorrow and physically examine antenna connection....
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