Recovery software problem

i connected my iphone to itunes to check if its possible to restore this iphone, bcz of the problem i had ( carrier was in searching always, even without sim card )
in the middle of the process i recive one error -1 thats impossible to continue bla bla bla :|
when i remove the USB  appears to connect the iphone with iTunes. cant do nothing with him.
anyone can help me to solve this problem ?

Almost always a hardware failure...could be the reason for your network issue. Try restoring on a different computer. If you get the same error, its almost always because of a hardware failure.
Make an appointment at an Apple store.

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