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1-866-951-0549 iTunes Password Not Working

by Kriss Lee Keyquery

I’m working to find my iTunes backup password but unable to do it, need help. The major reasons for iTunes password not working are wrong data and the incorrect date and time settings. So firstly ensure that your date, time and time zone settings are right.

Step to fix this issue- iTunes password (Apple ID Password) is not working:

Sometimes, most of the people get confused when they enter the iTunes password but still cannot restore the iPhone from the backup. However, iTunes and iCloud password denote the same thing.  Actually, that password is your Apple ID password.  While in the case when you are saving backup files then iTunes backup password becomes a different concern. Deal with some of the steps which give relief from the iTunes password issue:

 Step 1: Reboot your device by holding the home button and restart it again.

 Step 2: Reset your Settings- go to the settings, select ‘General’ and here go to ‘Reset’, then ‘Reset all settings’.

Step 3: Reset password, for this, follow these steps  - go to the official website of Apple and click on ‘Forgot Apple ID/Password’ then  enter the current Apple ID and click on ‘ Continue’.

 Step 4: Select email authentication or choose an answer security questions and click on ‘Continue’.

Step 5: Select your authentication process and click on ‘Next’.

Step 6: Click on ‘Reset Password’ and enter the new password.

Step 7: Re-type a new Password to confirm.

iTunes Backup Restore

There is a way to restore an iPhone backup from your computer.

  • Firstly, open the iTunes on the PC or Mac that you need to back up on your iPhone to.
  • Next, connect your iPhone with your USB cable.
  • Further, select your device icon on iTunes.
  • Now, click 'Restore Backup’
  • In the end, pick the backup you'd like to restore, and hit 'Restore'.

 

Now you are all set with your iTunes password to sign-in with a new password because you have successfully recovered the issue.


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Created on Sep 9th 2019 06:45. Viewed 389 times.

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