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I insalled upgrade to itunes now it does not work

My computer had crashed got fixed insalled itunes but it well not work on computer only quik time works but wont let me go to itune store

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Do a system restore to a date before you installed I tunes, then install Itunes again.

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How to fix this problem? its stuck just like that


- Insall itunes n your computer.
- Plug your device into your computer
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Turn off the device by holding the Sleep/Wake or Power button and swiping it off
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Hold the power button for 3 seconds
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Begin holding the Home button without releasing the Sleep/Power button for 10 seconds
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lease the power button and continue holding the home button until you get a popup from iTunes that your device is recognized as being in recovery mode.
-You would get an option to recover your iphone by downloading and reinstalling the firmware..

Please do update if this works !

Apr 19, 2015 | Apple iPhone Cell Phones

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Two Ways to Solve the Crashing Problem of iTunes 12


Since iTunes 12 was released to public with OS X Yosemite, users never stop complaining about bugs when updating their iTunes to the latest one. Some said iTunes 12 froze their computer, some were shocked by that iTunes 12 even removed their album art, some others told how iTunes 12 crashed everytime they opened it and numerous other problems flooded. These problems happening on different computers are so diverse that working out solutions to solve all of them is hardly possible. But temporary methods to solve crashing problem of iTunes 12 can still be found. Users can stay away from crashing problem of iTunes 12 in two ways in the following.
UPDATE: Apple released iTunes 12.2 to add Apple music support. You can feel free to upgrade to the latest iTunes 12.2 if you met problem on running iTunes 12.

The First Way: Go back to an old version of iTunes

This way is a relatively effective way to make you stand outside the problems of iTunes 12. You can revert back to the version that has ever worked on your computer and update to the newest when Apple fixes the existing bugs. Let us see first how to download and install old version of iTunes on your computer.
1. Download old versions of iTunes
1) From oldapps.com you can download iTunes 4.1 to iTunes 11.4 for installation on your computer.
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2) To install Version 12.0.1 of iTunes, you can download it from the following links:
> > Download and install iTunes 12.0.1(32 bits) Here < < > > Download and install iTunes 12.0.1(64 bits) Here < <
2. Double-click the downloaded installing file of iTunes and start the installing process.
3. Following the installing guide where you will be asked to accept the user license agreement and choose the folder to store iTunes until it is finished.
4. Go to find and open iTunes in the above folder to launch to have a try.

The Second Way: Backup your iTunes Library

If you want to stick to iTunes 12 even though it crashes frequently, backup your iTunes library elsewhere like hard drive, external hard disk and Google Drive will protect you from great loss and redownloading. After backuping, your iTunes library can also be played with other media players like VLC, Windows Media Player and other non-Apple media players and devices. Let us then see how to backup your iTunes Library.
Step 1: Download and install M4VGear Backup Tool for iTunes library. Mac and Windows version are both available.
For Windows:http://www.m4vgear.com/m4vgear.exe
For Mac:http://www.m4vgear.com/m4vgear.dmg
Introduction of M4VGear: M4VGear Backup Tool for iTunes Library for Windows is the best and fastest Backup Tool for iTunes library. It can remove DRM from both iTunes purchased and rented videos at a 20X faster speed and convert them to unprotected MP4, AVI, MOV and etc videos so that you can backup them to hard drive, Google Drive or play them with non-Apple media players and devices. (Using Mac OS? Here is M4VGear iTunes Library backup tool for Mac.)
In the DRM Removing process, all subtitles and audio tracks including 5.1 audio track will be preserved. Besides, original quality will stay inside the output MP4 videos.
Step 2: Import the iTunes videos you want to backup from iTunes library to M4VGear by clicking the "Add Movies" button on the main interface. You are allowed to select videos as many as you like for backuping.
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Step 3: Click "Convert" button on Windows or on Mac to start converting iTunes videos to MP4 format for backuping. During the process, controlling iTunes is not allowed in case some errors may happen.
Note: You can also choose other video formats as output from the output profile list.
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Step 4: Go to the output folder located in the bottom left of M4VGear and find output MP4 videos. Then either transfer them to hard drive or Google Drive for backuping or play them with non-Apple media player or devices when iTunes 12 crashes.
>>To use M4VGear without conversion time limitation, please go to M4VGear store to buy a license.
Conclusion: If you are meeting problem on using iTunes 12, you can easily fix it by taking the two methods above, either with installing old iTunes version, or using M4VGear to backup the iTunes library.

on Aug 25, 2015 | Apple iTunes

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How To Fix 1601, 1602, or 21 Error Codes During iPhone 3.1.2 or 3.1.3 Custom...


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Are you trying to downgrade or restore your iPhone or iTouch from the official 3.1, 3.1.2 or 3.1.3 Firmware to a Custom Firmware and your iTunes displaying the following 1601, 1602, 16xx or 21 error codes? iH8sn0w has just released a utility named iREB (iTunes Restore Error Bypasser), which provides a workaround to fix these errors.
iREB is available for both Windows and MAC Operating systems. Tool runs on both iPhone & iPhone 3G with Firmware 3.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, and also on iPod touch 1G and 2G.
So here is the work around for 1601, 1602, 1604, 16xx or 1621 Error Codes…
New version of iREB is out for 3.1.2 Devices… If you’re upgraded to the latest firmware (3.1.2 or 3.1.3) you should use this download / tool for the errors you’re experiencing. New version has additional devices and more options available.
1. Download iH8sn0w’s iREB 3.1.2 archive for Windows or Mac.
2. Start iTunes and put your iPhone in Recovery Mode; to do so, hold Home and Power button in your iPhone simultaneously and release Power button after a while (10 seconds approx). Keep on holding Home button, till you see following error message appearing in iTunes stating.
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3. Now close iTunes and start iREB, following interface will open.d00f484.png

4. Now select your plugged in device in iREB 3.1.2 and it will then show the White creen after few seconds. This happens fast so if you didn’t see it don’t worry… You will also hear sounds (maybe) like your iPhone is being plugged in and unplugged from your computer… That’s normal… The ih8sn0w.exe will crash… That’s normal, as long as you get a white screen…
5. NOTE: If you still don’t see the WHITE screen, you should do this… While the device is still plugged in and iREB running, put your device into the DFU mode. PRESS and HOLD both buttons on your iPhone for 12 Seconds and then release the POWER button (Located at the top of your Device) while still holding down the HOME button… Hold down the HOME button for 30 Seconds… (Yes 30 Seconds) until you get the WHITE Screen, the iTunes will come up with a message stating it found an iPhone in Recover Mode… At this point you can let go of the HOME button… you will be asked to restore this iPhone… and the iREB tool will crash
6. Now start iTunes again and select your device (iPhone/iPod) from iTunes DEVICES tab.
7. To restore original settings on your Apple device, press and hold left “OPTION” button on the keyboard (“SHIFT” button for Windows), iTunes will give you option for Upgrade and Restore, click on “Restore” option in the iTunes and then release the “OPTION/SHIFT” button. Select .ipsw file and restore it

on Jul 08, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Ipod touch 2G - can not upgrade OS without crashing. Currently on 2.1-ish. Have tried Apple's update to latest OS, as well as some versions in between. Any ideas?


Try to reset the network settings.
Go to your iPod settings. Click on 'Reset Network Settings' .
Now, try to upgrade it.

Jan 26, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Trying to restore 80 gb ipod, keep getting error 1439


You upgraded to the new itunes and thats would be your downfall.  Uninstall itunes and go back to the itunes version that worked.  Don't upgrade just because that stupid icon tells you to.  If things are working, then don't fix it or in your case don't upgrade.
Also, try plugging your ipod into a different USB port on your computer.

Oct 24, 2009 | Apple iPod classic MP3 Player

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I updated my iPhone 3G to 3.1. Now it has crashed and keeps showing me a cable and iTunes logo. Each time I plug it into the computer, it says ''iTunes Store cannot process your request error -6807''. It...


switch off iphone ,hold down power and home button for exact 10 second and then release power button and keep on holding home button until your itunes detect and then you can upgrade your iphone 3g

Sep 27, 2009 | Apple iPhone 3G

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This ipod cannot be used the required software is not insalled


Go into control panel/add remove programs and make sure you remove any Apple remnants of programs. Do you have USB 2? I have had problems using mine on USB 1 as it was too slow. Hope this helps some.

Jul 13, 2009 | Apple iPod touch

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How to fix iphone 3g 2.2.1 Dialer, sms,


i had the same problem what i did was restore my iphone if the doesnt work the another thing that it can be is if its jailbroken and you have the applications winterboard and kate downloaded at the same time thats what i did and i just deleted kate and it started working fine again

Jun 16, 2009 | Apple iPhone 3G

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ITunes freezes after 8.1 upgrade on Vista PC


Apple has made it harder and harder to use our ipods over the last upgrade especially.
I am running itune 8 on vista home basic and I have the same problem.
But since I repair ipods i put numerous ipods on this system and it doesn;t work that great with any of them.
although I have found one solution that really has helped with alot of connection issues and ipod crashing in vista. I installed a usb 2.0 card in my computer and only use it for my ipod cable and it has helped.
Most of the iPods and iPhones only will connect with a 2.o usb port anymore.
So if you have a usb 2.0 use it, if you need drivers get them and reinstall them in your computer to get the fast usb connection. it is still slow in itunes but it's much better.

as for iTunes 8 and why it crashes, well it is an apple product. the don;t care about the ipod, it's a throw away product for them. They want you to buy a new one. But in this day and age, they should give us a break and start making the products so they are user friendly. Thats why Mac has never really exploded. They are too expensive and they don;t support their products. Even the Geniuses at the genius bars in Apple store done know **** about their own products, they just give refubished ****.

Good luck and sorry for the Rant!!!

Apr 04, 2009 | Apple iPod classic MP3 Player

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