What is the Reason for iTunes not Recognizing iPhone?

Why my iPhone does not recognize by iTunes?

Suppose iTunes does not recognize your iPhone; you are looking for a solution. There is a problem with your computer, the USB port, or the cable you connect to your device. Kindly use a different device or USB port or cable. You must check for any refuse in the charging port on the bottom of your iPhone.

How can I fix the error of iTunes recognized iPhone?

When your iTunes not recognize iPhone, you want to fix this error. You can use some methods, and your error will get the fix within a second. Here are some-

Update the Software on All Devices-

You must update the software on all the devices. After that, your iTunes will be recognized by iPhone or other Apple devices. Check the updates and update your devices to fix this error.

Connect your device directly to your computer-

Ensure that your device is unlocked and you can see your home screen, then use a thumb drive to fix it directly to your computer. Please don’t connect to the USB hub, display, or other device. If that does not help, please deactivate your device and all other thum drives and accessories from your computer. After that, reconnect your device, and your error will be fixed instantly.

Trust your Computer if Asked-

The computer will prompt you, "Trust this Computer?” You must allow access and alert on your device when you plug it into your computer and tap Trust. After that, your error will be fixed.

Restart Your Devices-

If you wish to use iTunes, but there is an error, you can update all the Apple devices, and your error will be removed from your device instantly.

How do I force iTunes to recognize my iPhone?

You can use some procedures carefully to force iTunes to recognize your iPhone. Here are-

Allow the accessory to connect.

You are connecting to your Apple device with Apple silicon, and your device will be asked whether you want to allow this accessory to connect. If you click yes, your device will be connected within a second.

Try a different port, cable, or computer.

The issue can relate to your computer, its flash drive port, or the cable connecting it to your device. Kindly try the different computer ports and cables, and your iTunes will be started working.

How do I Update my iTunes Driver?

If you wish to update your iTunes Driver, follow the procedure carefully. Here are the steps-

  • Open the Apple Device.
  • Go to the Settings.
  • Search for the Apple Software.
  • Click on the update.
  • Get the notification when the update is done, and you can use iTunes.

How can I reset the privacy setting of my iPhone?

If you think your iPhone is malfunctioning, you want to reset your device. To reset the privacy settings of your iPhone, you can use the given procedure-

  • Go to Settings
  • Click on the General Option.
  • Choose between Transfer or Reset.
  • Tap Reset, then Reset Location & Privacy.
  • When your location and privacy settings are reset, apps will stop using your location until you permit them.

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