Network timing out when updating iphone
i have an iphone 3gs JB with ios 4.2.1 and pc with win 7 professional - After installation of open SSH, i connect perfectly to my iphone ( i use protocol SCP and NOT SFTP ! ecc.) - the 2nd time i try to connect via Win SCP i receive the error : i reinstall open SSH ( widthout delete the two files ) and again it works fine....
I close Win SCP, retray a new connection and again the same problem of time out...
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Copy them (Jan 28 localhost Software Update: SUApp Store Update Controller: scan (f=0, c=1, p=1, r=1) got error The request timed out. Triple-click the line below to select it:/Library/Preferences/com.apple.
Hey I had no problems before connecting to my iphone, but for some reason it keeps timing out on me now.
I am on my wireless network that has an encryption password does that make a difference?
Jan 28 localhost Software Update: SUApp Store Update Controller: proceed with scan based on intervening install (including Brother Printer Software at 2013-01-20 0000) (last scan: 2012-12-02 0000)Jan 28 localhost Software Update: Software Update: Scan for client pid 1094 (/Applications/App Store.app/Contents/Mac OS/App Store)Your system is configured to download updates from a private server, not from Apple. If you're bound to a network directory server, or if you're behind a firewall that doesn't allow downloading updates directly from Apple, your network administrator has to solve the problem.
When you use i Tunes to update or restore your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod, you might see an alert message that says i Tunes could not contact the software update server because you're not connected to the Internet.