The No command message is quite a popular error reported by many Android users. While this issue appeared a long time ago, it may still forward its presence in newer generations of smartphones. The problem itself has been long-time researched to merge while trying to update or factory reset a smartphone. It is therefore accompanied by an uncommon screen displaying a lying-up android with an "exclamation mark" popping out of the belly. Some people give it the name of "Dead Android Screen" as well. The reason why Android runs into that screen remains unclear. It may be a glitch, bug, or else prompted by some applications or other hard-to-define causes. Despite this, there are methods that showed enough capacity in resolving the "No command" error and letting users get back to normal experience. Follow these methods in our instructions below.
Although Apple officially said they fixed the issue with the IOS 9.3 update, some users are still unlucky to receive the 53 error in later IOS versions as well. Users reported the error started its presence after replacing security components like Touch ID sensor, Home button, or even a Screen with the help of unofficial repairing centers. This means a replaced iPhone component may be unauthorized therefore making a device think it is unsafe and should be avoided. As a result, this creates incompatibility issues preventing the system to restore or install new updates properly. The great news is that sometimes this error can be worked out without referring to Apple centers with hardware complaints. Also, if you have not done any replacements or damage to the aforementioned components, this guide will be especially useful for you. Alike other issues with updating or restoring a device, error 53 can be potentially solved using a general set of approaches to address such problems. Try each suggestion proposed below to circumvent the issue and get back to using your device as usual.
If you see this kind of message while trying to update or restore your IOS device through iTunes, "The iPhone [device name] could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (14)." or "The iPhone [device name] could not be updated. An unknown error occurred (14).", then you have arrived at the right guide that will show you how to deal with this issue and manage to update or restore the device eventually. In general, there is no single reason entitled to its appearance. The error may pop due to a number of reasons different in each individual case - badly connected USB cable, outdated software, system glitch, insufficient memory, compatibility issues, and other possible causes as well. Now, let's hop into the guidelines below. We encourage you to try each step in the sequence offered below until the issue gets finally resolved.
Error 9006 is very similar to other iPhone issues (2015, 1110, 3194) we have discussed in previous troubleshooting articles so far. It appears when trying to update or restore an IOS device using the iTunes service. This is the message users receive while facing the error - ”There was a problem downloading the software for the iPhone ”iPhone”. An unknown error occurred (9006)”. It, therefore, stops users from successfully reaching the desired action, be it an update or reset from scratch. Error 9006 was examined to occur due to various reasons. Some of them are Connection issues, Outdated software, System bug, Third-party incompatibilities, and other causes as well. Below, we dedicated separate steps to all of these reasons that should potentially resolve the issue. Make sure you try each of the written methods to not miss a working solution.
Error 2015 is one of many iPhone issues that appears while trying to restore a device through iTunes. The reason why it occurs has no general explanation, but may be related to bugs with software not letting your iPhone establish proper communication with iTunes. Victims of this error receive a stop message saying "The iPhone could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (2015)". Some devices get stuck in the boot loop forcing users to see their screen struck in the same place. Such an error may also be faced by other IOS owners like iPad or iPod. Fixing the issue should not be a big problem as long as you know the right tools to use. Follow our guide to use them and restore your device successfully.
Error 1110 has struck many iPhone users quite recently. The issue was reported to happen when trying to upgrade a device from older versions of IOS 14 to IOS 15. Many users of iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 12/ Mini, XR, XS, and other models had their device looping the Apple logo over and over again. The same problem occurred while trying to update an iPhone using iTunes as an alternative method. Users continued facing the same error with the following text: "The iPhone could not be updated. An unknown error occurred (1110). 06A1.0456". In general, error 1110 means iPhone does not have enough memory space to install new updates. Although the logical solution could be to free up some space on a device, nobody can do it due to the Apple logo stuck on the screen. In such a case, the only solution is to reset your device from scratch - this action will be followed by deletion of all stored data and settings. The only downside of this is that no data can be extracted using traditional ways while being handcuffed by the error. It negates all the users' attempts to boot back to the screen and make a backup of files. There has been some time since the 1110 error appeared meaning much fewer victims should encounter the issue right now. Apple has already provided a permanent fix to this issue. However, if you are still one of those few facing the error for some reason, follow this couple of steps to get over the problem.