The iPhone 4013 error, also known as the iTunes 4013 error, is usually hardware-related and is caused by a broken cable or defective port. In simple terms, the error is in fact due to the problem of connection between PC / Mac and iPhone / iPad. So, when you connect your iOS device to your computer, although the device is recognized by the computer and there does not seem to be any obvious loss of connectivity, some defective cables hinder the transfer of data.
The iTunes 4013 error is usually related to hardware. This is often due to a faulty cable or a defective port. In simple terms, the error is actually due to connectivity issues between your PC / Mac and your iPhone / iPad. Therefore, it is relatively easy to solve this problem because you do not have to hurry the brain, unlike other mistakes.
The iTunes 4013/4014 error (or the iPhone 4013/4014 error) is a hardware-related error, mainly due to a faulty cable or port. To put it simply, the error is due to connectivity issues between your PC / Mac and iDevice. Although there are other iTunes errors such as iTunes 9, 17 17, and 3014 errors, the solution is almost similar to this error.
The iTunes 4013/4014 error may be caused by the following reasons:
- When upgrading from iOS to the latest version
- iTunes is not installed correctly.
- Interruption of USB connection due to damaged ports, defective cable, etc.
- Wi-Fi signals are not good
Solution 1: Restart your iPhone / iPad
- Disconnect your iPhone from the computer and reboot it. To do this, press and hold the Home and Standby / Sleep buttons for about ten seconds. On models 7 and 7 Plus, hold down the volume down button and pause / wake up immediately.
- Once your iPhone has restarted, connect it back to the computer. Now, try to update / restore as usual.
Solution 2: Change a new cable
Check if the USB cable you are using works. You can change a new cable and see if the error persists. Sometimes a bad third-party USB cable can make your iPhone unrecognizable by iTunes.
Solution 3: Check the Wifi network
- Disconnect Wi-Fi from your computer and your iPhone.
- Wait a little while
- Now try to connect them to the network.
- If you still have problems, try to connect to another wifi network, if necessary.
Solution 4: Update iTunes
Update iTunes with the latest version. On your iTunes, click "Help"> "Check for Updates" and, if a new version is available, update it.
Solution 5:Reset all settings
Incorrectly configured settings can also lead to the iTunes 4013 error. Follow these steps to resolve the problem:
- Restart your iPhone / iPad.
- Now go to Settings.
- Then go to General Settings.
- Then click on Reset.
- Click Reset all settings and enter your password to confirm your decision.