iPhone could not be Restored Error 9 occurs when the users fail to restore their iPhone with software. iTunes Error 9 originates when connectivity issues arise while restoring your device. In other cases, this error pops up while using iTunes on your Apple device. A faulty USB cable or port hampers the connection and results in such an error. Apple devices have chances of entering the error state suddenly in the midst of working. Hence, a simple restart can refresh the configurations and fix the issue. The unprotective security mechanisms on your PC might block connections with your device. An older version of iTunes lacks the new features that are present in the newer version of iTunes. This article has explained the most effective ways to fix this issue. Apart from this, our iTunes Customer Support is here to guide you in the long run.
Effective Troubleshooting Tips to Fix the iPhone Restore Error 9
Log in as an administrator and work your way down the solutions mentioned below:
Before proceeding to ensure that your PC has a proper internet connection. Then follow these steps:
- Open the Apple App Store and click on ‘Updates’ to check the pending updates.
- Navigate to the ‘Software Updates’ section and tap ‘More’ to expand this section.
- Find out the ‘iTunes Update’ and click on the ‘Update’ button next to it.
- App Store program takes some time to download and install the latest version of iTunes.
- The ‘iTunes Update’ option disappears from the ‘Software Update’ section if the update is successful.
- In the final stage, double-click on the ‘iTunes’ icon to launch it on your PC and check if the iTunes error 45054 is resolved or not.
Restart your iPhone
A fresh restart might solve the minor technical glitches. Hence, press and hold the Power and Volume buttons together. As the ‘Slide to Power Off’ command appears, drag the power off slider to the right. After 30 seconds, press and hold the Power button to reboot your iPhone. If you want to force restart your device, then press the Volume Up button and release it immediately. Repeat the same step for the Volume Down button as well. After that, press and hold the Power button to restart your iPhone.
Replace the USB Cable/Change the USB Port
Connect your iPhone to a different USB port via another USB cable. It thereby removes the chances of interrupting the restore process of your device. Moreover, it ensures that your device is properly connected to iTunes.
Restart your iPhone
A fresh restart might solve the minor technical glitches. Hence press and hold the Power and Volume buttons together. As the ‘Slide to Power Off’ command appears, drag the power off slider to the right. After 30 seconds, press and hold the Power button to reboot your iPhone.
Force Restart your iPhone
iPhone could not be Restored Error 9 often occurs due to misconfigurations or bad settings stored in it. It is a common source of errors for all smartphone devices. It happens due to the multiple applications and modules of smartphones. So, let us go for a force restart and see whether it fixes the issue or not.
For iPhone X/8/8 S/Plus users
To do a force restart, press the Volume Up button and release it. Press the Volume Down button immediately after that. Then, press the Power button and do not release it until the Apple logo appears on the iPhone’s display.
For iPhone 7/7 S/Plus users
Hold the Wake/Sleep button and press the Volume Down button until the Apple logo appears on the iPhone’s screen.
For iPhone 6/5/S earlier and the iPad Users
Press the Home and Power button together and hold them until you find the Apple logo.
Enable the Recovery Mode
The Recovery feature of iTunes allows iPhones to connect with a PC in the Recovery Mode. It can thereby obtain the basic operations required for updating or recovering the iPhone. This solution has chance of erasing your data. Hence do a backup before proceeding with this method. Now, you shall need to update your iPhone, if it is not of the latest version. Plugin your iPhone to a PC and it is not necessary to turn on the device. Launch the iTunes on the PC and press and hold both the Power and Home button to enter your iPhone in the Recovery Mode. Then, wait for iTunes to detect your iPhone and check that the error has been resolved or not.
Avail the Best iTunes Support within your Budget
Experts at iTunes Customer Support are operating round the clock to meet the requirements of iPhone users. We customize our services based on the requirements of individual customers. Moreover, we aim at providing best-in-class support within the least possible time. Therefore, connect with us to fix the iPhone could not be restored error 9 and make your iPhone error-free. To contact us, give us a call at our iTunes Customer Support Number and register your iPhone issue.