Question about Cell Phones
One simple fix that really seems to be too simple to be true is getting a different USB cord. Some users have said that this seems to work for them so if you don't mind shelling out the $30 to see if this will work, go ahead and give it a try.
Another fix that also seems to be too simple to be true is a simple reinstallation of iTunes. While this may not be 'simple' in the way that it won't annoy you, it does only take a few minutes and it won't cost you the thirty bucks.
A third fix that has proven very effective is to first, connect your iPhone to your computer. Let it go through the process of starting up, and don't worry when the error message pops up again. Then, with your iPhone still connected to the computer, turn off the phone and wait about ten seconds. Then start your iPhone again, being sure to keep it connected the entire time. This fix has helped quite a few people on the different forums I visited.
hope this helps
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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