"Cannot install update and the error occurred ' iOS 9.3.2

Try to upgrade to 9.3.2 but get "cannot install update and the error has occurred" if I am on WIFI or via iTunes. Someone else?


Go to settings > general > storage & use iCloud > manage storage (the first) > and if there is an update, delete it. Then go to settings > general > Software Update and try again.

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