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# 35988 18-Jun-2009 09:11
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Anyone else getting this when they try to install 3.0?  Say  it is temporarily unavailable at the moment.




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  # 226108 18-Jun-2009 09:27
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Yes. I'll try again later in the morning.

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  # 226124 18-Jun-2009 09:40
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Has been down since early this morning. Managed to sneak an update to one iPhone before 6:30, and shortly after that the second phone has not been able to be updated (serves me right for not checking that my wife's Macbook had the latest version of iTunes). # of kiwis awaking and attempting update this morning must have been significant.

 
 
 
 


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  # 226133 18-Jun-2009 09:49
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Oddly enough if you reboot your iPhone, then try the install again it seems to work.. (Hat-tip to @alikat2k)




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  # 226137 18-Jun-2009 10:01
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You are dead right. Rebooted and it is now happily doing its thing.

Thanks for the tip.

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  # 226143 18-Jun-2009 10:11
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keep trying, I had to click upgrade about 10 times for it to contact the Activation Server



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  # 226145 18-Jun-2009 10:13
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All good....upgraded now!

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  # 226146 18-Jun-2009 10:16
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Same here

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