Trying to update to iOS 10/10.3.2 with iTunes on computer, but a window pops up and show error 9006? Read this guide to get some quick solutions.
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Many iOS users reported that when they try to update or restore iPhone or iPad with iTunes an error shows: “There was a problem downloading software for the iPhone. An unknown error occurred (9006).” This also appears when some users trying to update iOS 10 or newer firmware. In this post, we will show you some potential solutions to fix the annoying iTunes error 9006.
Method 1: Update your iTunes to the latest version and make sure you have a proper Internet connection to restore or update your iPhone, iPad.
Method 2: Turn of Anti-virus & firewalls on computer. This is because many antivirus software may create a firewall that can prevent iTunes from downloading the firmware you need to update your iPhone. After this, restart your iPhone and your computer.
Method 3: Use a different USB cable.
Method 4: Use a different computer or Wi-Fi network.
Method 5: Update or restore using IPSW file.
If the above methods not working and you can’t update or restore your iPhone for the error 9006, you can try Primo iPhone Data Recovery. If your iPhone stuck in recovery mode, black screen, white screen and Apple logo or even in restarting loop, you can get it back to normal safely with it. It fixes your iPhone/iPad from kinds of iOS system issues and downloads the latest firmware to your device.
Step 1. Download Primo iPhone Data Recovery on your computer, and open it. Connect with your iPhone or iPad, and choose iOS Repair Tools if you want to repair your iOS device. Click Next to start.
Step 2. Follow the steps below.
Step 3. Primo iPhone Data Recovery will provide you the latest firmware. Click Next and wait for the downloading process to complete.
Step 4. After a while, your iPhone or iPad will restart in normal mode, update to the latest version of iOS and working normally.
Fiona Wang Member of @PrimoSync team as well as an Apple fan, love to help more users solve various types of Apple related issues by writing iOS-how-to tutorials.