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If you can’t connect to the App Store, iTunes Store, or Apple Books

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I am running iTunes 10.4 under OS X 10.7. All of a sudden I can’t sign into my iTunes Store account. I am entering the correct password, but it just keeps asking me for my Apple ID and password over and over again. I enter that information, and it keeps asking me again and again.

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I cannot sign in to iCloud/iTunes on my admin rights user ID account on Windows 10. When I try I get this error: “verification failed. …

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If you can’t connect to the App Store, iTunes Store, or other Apple services. If you still can’t connect to your Wi-Fi network, contact your internet provider for more help. If only your first device can’t connect to the internet, get help with Wi-Fi on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, Apple Watch, Apple TV, or Mac.

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1. Sign out of Apple ID and Sign back in. When the Apple ID won’t sign in then begin with the Apple ID itself to fix the issue. In the very first place, you should try to sign out and re-sign with your Apple ID in your device.
2. Check Purchased Apps. Another potential solution when you are unable to sign in with the Apple ID is having a peep on your purchased apps. If you find any app that seems to hang in between the downloading or anything, this is the hint enough for Apple ID won’t sign in issue.
3. Reset All Settings. You can also reset the entire settings of your device to make a fresh start of your new device. Doing this can end the problem when Apple ID won’t sign in.
4. Force Reboot iPhone. You must have heard about this term and wanted to know how to perform it when your Apple ID won’t sign in. Well! This is the most helpful troubleshooting method and we hope you will get out of the problem post performing this.
5. Temporarily Disable iMessage and FaceTime. When Apple ID won’t sign in, the problem could be the result of account settings problems in iMessage or FaceTime app.
6. Reset Your Apple ID Password. If still your Apple ID won’t sign in after following the above steps, you can reset your password if you wish. Follow the steps mentioned below to reset your Apple ID password.
7. Use iMyFone iOS System Recovery to Fix the Problem. Since your “Apple ID won’t sign in” problem can also be caused by iOS glitches, the next important recommendation we would like to share with you is using iMyFone Fixppo (iOS 15 beta/14/13 and iPhone 12/11 supported).
8. Restore iPhone to Factory Settings using iTunes. If you don’t mind losing all the data on your device, there is another option you can try when Apple ID won’t sign in.

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Open iTunes. Click Sign in in the upper right corner of the iTunes window. If you are already signed in, your name will be where the sign-in icon is. Enter the email and password associated with your Apple ID. Select your name. Click Account info. Enter your password again. Select Deauthorize All under the Apple ID Summary section.

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Maybe you have just created a new Apple ID and are trying to install all of your favorite apps. Suddenly, a popup appears saying, “This Apple ID has not yet been used in the iTunes Store. Tap Review to sign in, then review your account information.” Worse, when you tap on the Review, nothing but a blank page welcomes you on the App Store.

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You can varify apple id on other mobile. Go to apple website. Enter your apple ID. Select forgot password option. After that you can change password. Now you can log into your account. You can use SIM card to other mobile. Now you can get code. Now varify email. Then go to website and login. You can change device.

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1. Update iTunes. The first order of business is to go about updating iTunes to the latest version. Newer updates always carry bug fixes, and it’s best to apply them first before doing anything else.
2. Sign Out/Sign In. A rather simple fix involves signing out, and then back into iTunes. To do that, click Account on the iTunes menu bar, and then click Sign Out.
3. Show in Apple Music. Forum chatter indicates a rather strange fix that involves forcing a track to load in Apple Music. That fixes the problem for any other tracks that trigger the ‘You are not signed into Apple Music’ error as well.
4. Remove Download. At times, the issue is restricted to the downloaded tracks or albums only. In that case, simply remove any one of the downloaded items (click three-dot icon next to an item and then click Remove Download), and then attempt to stream it.
5. Remove From Library. Another strange fix involves removing a track from your library and then re-adding it. That seems to resolve whatever issue it is that prevents iTunes from recognizing that you are signed into Apple Music.
6. Run as Administrator. Often, Windows applications malfunction due to conflicts with permissions related to associated files and folders. And a rather popular fix that resolves such issues involves running a program as an Administrator.
7. Delete Subscription Cache. A corrupted subscription cache is another — albeit rare — reason for the ‘You are not signed into Apple Music’ error to show up.
8. Switch iTunes Version. If you are using the desktop version of iTunes and the tips above didn’t work, consider switching to the Windows Store version. While you won’t gain any new features, the latter carries less bloat and features slightly improved performance.
9. Sit Back, Chill Out Hopefully, you’ve now resolved the ‘You are not signed into Apple Music’ error message. It’s an irritating issue at best, but nothing serious.

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If no other devices can access the internet, turn off your Wi-Fi router, then turn it on again to reset it. If you still can’t connect to your Wi-Fi network, contact your internet provider for more help. If only your first device can’t connect to the internet, get help with Wi-Fi on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, Apple Watch, Apple TV or Mac.

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1. Restart iPhone or iPad. Restarting iPhone seems to be a universal solution to solve almost Apple problems. Step 1. Disconnect your iOS device with your computer.
2. Check iTunes update. On Mac: Step 1. Launch the iTunes app on your Mac computer, unfold the “iTunes” menu on top ribbon and click “Check for Updates”.
3. Check updates of apps including purchased applications. If the methods above are not feasible, you can try to check the app updates and purchased.
4. Reset iPhone settings. Resetting iPhone or iPad settings is another way to fix the problem that iTunes keeps asking for password. Step 1. Run the Settings app, navigate “General” > “Reset” and tap the “Rest All Settings” option.
5. Check iCloud/iMessage/FaceTime. iTunes password is the same with iCloud, iMessage and FaceTime. If the configuration of each service is incorrect, iTunes keeps asking for password.
6. Change Apple ID. If the problem that iTunes keeps asking for password persists, you have to reset your Apple ID, which is the same with iTunes account.
7. Update iOS. Another solution to get rid of iTunes keeps asking for password is to update iOS for your iPhone or iPad. Step 1. Launch the “Settings” app and head to “General” > “Software Update”.

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