Problems updating ipod to ios 5
Press and hold the Home button while reconnecting the USB cable to the i Phone.Once the device is connected, it should begin to power on. Continue to hold the Home button until the "Connect to i Tunes" screen appears. If i Tunes doesn't open automatically, open it manually. Follow the prompts and allow i Tunes to restore the i Phone or i Pod touch.As some of you have figured out, this may not be the case.The fix: There isn't one just yet, but it was discovered that the problem originates mostly with users who compress their files to 128Kbps so that they can fit more music on their i Pod.You’ll see a message that a new version of i OS is available. Next a message telling you a backup and restore of your data will be take place. Then you’ll see your device has been reset to factory settings. If you get an Unknown Error Occurred (3200) – it’s not a problem on your end, but is the result of overwhelmed Apple servers.Apple doesn't release updates to the operating system that powers the i Pod as often as it does for the i Phone.Disconnect the USB cable from the device, but leave the other end connected to the USB port on your computer.Turn off the device by holding down the Sleep/Wake button. Slide the slider and then wait as the device shuts off.
This is an error message that pops up during the i OS 5 upgrade process that indicates Apple's authentication servers aren't responding. The problem originated from the entire world trying to download the new i OS right as it had launched.Apple has opened up new server space, and the demand is dying off slowly due to reports of problems.