In most cases, Error 9 comes up when you are trying to upgrade/update your firmware.Like most error codes, there are a variety of fixes for i Tunes error 9. What you’ll need to do is try out all the possibilities.Â For links for the 3G &Â 3GS handset appropriate hardware, please click the relevant model name.This guide assumes that the computer you are going to use is connected to the Internet and is NOT behind a proxy server (for example, isnâ€™t your work PC).Â There are known problems with i Tunes being able to communicate with Appleâ€™s authentication servers from behind firewalls.When the cable is unplugged/loose, the i Phone looses connection with i Tunes.This leads to a plethora of errors (different numbers) and it looks like Error 9 (while not documented on Apple’s support page) could also be one of them. If you’ve set up firewall or connecting through proxy/vpn, you should make sure that this is not preventing i Tunes from connecting to Apple servers remotely.
Not that the error hasn't got a fix, but the fact that there are plenty of fixes for the error and that you'll have to try each one in a variety of combinations to fix the thing.
If you run into Error 3194 within i Tunes when you are trying to restore your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch, you can fix it by temporarily blocking Apple’s firmware signing services.
Error 3194 seems to usually be triggered when unsigned or expired firmware is used, often during an i OS downgrade or upgrade, or even during some restores.
Make sure your network settings are correct and your network connection is active, or try again later.” While sometimes this error message appears because of local networking issues, and you’ll certainly want to be sure you’re connected to the internet, it’s more often a sign that Apple i OS update servers are overwhelmed by requests.
As the error message suggests, simply delaying to “try again later” typically resolves the problem and allows the i Tunes based update to function as intended.