The Error (1) or the 1013 is a "good", ie, error does not mean anything bad, on the contrary, it indicates that the restoration was successful but not being able to modify the BB skip this error. The thing to try is to "boot" the iPhone rather than prevent discharge of error. Therefore, these four solutions that arise here are different ways to go when we one (1) or 1013 and not to prevent it. (Less in Option 1 where if we can avoid it)
SOLUTION 1: (valid only if we try to restore the latest version 5.1.1 today)
This is a way to keep iTunes launch a 1013 or one (1) to try to get the version 5.1.1
This error occurs because the HOSTS file from our pc / mac is modified and Apple has gotten a new security baseband throwing error 1013 or (1).
Doing this tutorial we will leave the HOSTS file as source and we can try again to put the 4.3.2 without errors.
1. Open TinyUmbrella and go to the Advanced tab
2. deactivate the "Set Host to Cydia on ...." tab
3. We close TinyUmbrella (important to do this)
then we can try to put again the FW
If you back out the (1) or 1013, restart the PC and try again.
For when you leave the (1) or 1013 when restoring versions 4.2.1, 4.3, 4.3.1,4.3.2, 4.3.3, 4.3.4 or 4.3.5
This solution is using the Fixrecovery application, there are 2 versions of Fixrecovery 421 program (to 4.2.1) and fixrecovery 43 (For 4.3, 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.3.3, 4.3.4 and 4.3.5) (in depending on which version of firmware were restored when he gave us the (1) or 1013)
Important !!! No use FixRecovery comes installed on Tinyumbrella. Using fixrecovery there as a standalone program, we can lower the 2 versions of fixrecovery from here: The Firmware Umbrella -
how to use it, all the while with the iPhone connected to the PC:
Once we have the (1) or 1013, close iTunes
We put the iPhone in DFU (10 seconds + home lighting and other home then only 10)
Fixrecovery run 421 or fixrecovery 43
It takes about two minutes the process.