How to Fix the “Cannot Connect to iTunes Store”

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Sometimes we face problems with iTunes over devices cannot connect with iTunes, App Store or the Game Center. But there is a common issue we mostly face when ever we are trying to connect our iPhone or iPad with iTunes ” Cannot Connect to iTunes Store” . This is very frustrating sometimes when ever we need to copy songs, videos, photos or update our device. Well for those who still facing Cannot Connect to iTunes Store error while connecting their iPhone or iPad, we’ve found a working solution for this error. In the following guide I’ll explain how to fix Cannot Connect to iTunes Store error. This method will also work on iPad and iPod Touch, just follow all the steps carefully.

How to Fix the “Cannot Connect to iTunes Store” :

Step 1: Check your internet connection on your PC/Mac.

Step 2: Make sure your are in the WiFi router range.

Step 3: Try other WiFi connection.

Step 4: Restart your router and restart your PC.

Step 5: Now connect your PC/Mac with same WiFi that you are using on iPhone.

Method # 2.

Step 1: Goto your setting on iPhone.

Step 2: Now Turn of WiFi.

Step 3: Turn on Mobile data.

Step 4: Now from the multi-tasking switcher exit iTunes.

Step 5: Try connecting your device with iTunes.

Step 6: If still its no good, connect your device with other WiFi network.

Method # 3.

Step 1: First Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on General.

Step 3: Tap on Date & Time.

Step 4: Tap on Set Automatically to ON.

Step 5: Now exit iTunes from multi-task switcher.

Step 6: Now re-open iTunes.

Method # 4. [ Mac ]

Step 1: If you have enabled the Firewall on your Mac then it may be causing this issue.

Step 2: You need to configure your firewall.

Step 3: On your Mac keychain can also cause this error so you have reset keychain.

Method # 5. [ Windows ]

Step 1:  You need to follow these steps to fix the issues.

Step 2: Follow these steps to troubleshoot iTunes Store connectivity in Windows

Step 3: Now, you will need to configure Windows firewall  Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

Step 4: Try Disable proxies.

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