Many users reported that they are getting problems while updating their iOS to iOS 11.1.1. Users are getting the problem with their iPhone 6/6s, iPhone 7/7plus, iPhone 8/8 plus an iPhone X.
–>Wait a few hours before trying again
When a brand new iOS microcode is discharged to the general public, immeasurable iOS users are attempting to transfer and install it quickly and the massive quantity of traffic on Apple servers means it will sometimes fail to stay up with a number of the requests. Therefore best to attend for many hours or days before making an attempt once more, as the load on their servers are going to be reduced.
–>Update to iOS 11.1.1 using iTunes
If none of the above solutions work for you, consider updating to iOS 11.1.1 via iTunes on your computer. All you have to do is to plug in your device to your computer, launch iTunes and then click on the Update button from the Summary tab.
–>Install iOS 11.1.1 Update Manually
As a final resort, you’ll manually transfer the iOS ten IPSW file and use it to update and your device. This typically fixes the issue and as you no longer and depend on Apple’s servers to transfer the microcode file.
This technique is suggested for and advanced users because it needs you to update to iOS 11.1.1 manually. If you’re a median user then you’ll be more contented watching for many hours before making an attempt the update once more. Otherwise, follow the steps below to download and install iOS 11.1.1 exploitation IPSW:
Step 1: the iOS 11.1.1 IPSW file for your device. Make sure that you download the correct IPSW file that corresponds to your device model.
Step 2: Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to your computer and launch iTunes.
Step 3: Go to the Summary tab of iTunes.
Step 4: Hold the Shift key in Windows or Alt/Option key on Mac and click the “Restore iPhone” button.
Step 5: Browse and select the iOS 11 IPSW file downloaded earlier.
Users try to update it to iOS 11.1.1 but every time they click “Download and Install” it does nothing. Whats wrong with the iPhone.
Apple fixed many issues like a sound issue, Audio, Haptic Issue Fixes for iPhone 7 Users and issue where touch input was unresponsive on some iPhone 6s displays.
Here are possible solutions for iOS 11.1.1 Error
Here is some solution to fix “Error Occurred Installing iOS 11.1.1 on iPhone or iPad”.
#1. Restart Your Device
Another solution to this problem may be to turn off and on your device. Here is how:
- Press and hold the on/off button until you get the slider “slide power off”.
- turn off the iPhone or iPad by sliding.
- Wait a few seconds till the phone is fully turned OFF.
- Now turn ON your device
#2. Reset Network Settings
Resetting network setting may fix the problem with network carrier. Follow the steps below to fix cellular data not working after iOS 11 update.
- Tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.
- Enter your passcode on your phone.
- click Reset Network Settings.
#3. Clear Cache of “App Store” App
This method is not known by many people but yes you can delete the cache on iPhone of App Store by just following steps below:
- Open App Store app
- Click 10 times on any below icons say “categories”
- Your App will restart
It’s that simple, Now check whether you solve your problem or not, If not there may be an issue with your hardware in which wifi may be not working.
#4. Force device into recovery mode
To bring your device to recovery mode or DFU mode just follow these steps:
- Turn off your iPhone.
- Plug the USB cable into your computer – but not into the iPhone.
- Hold down the Home button then immediately plug the USB cable into the phone.
- When you see the Connect to iTunes screen (below), release Home button.
- If you don’t see this screen, repeat steps 1 to 3.
Note that recovery mode erase your data completely and you have to restore your iPhone either from iCloud or iTunes.
#5. Also some other possible solutions
- Are you connected to the Internet (test using Safari and visit http://www.apple.com
- Is iPhone connected to wall power?
- Do you have enough space on iPhone (about 7 GB)?
- Did you also try updating via computer iTunes (needs version 12.7 or later to work) with iPhone connected and selected?