FIX: There was a Temporary Problem Completing Your Request – iTunes

FIX: There was a Temporary Problem Completing Your Request – iTunes

Were you browsing the App Store in iTunes and suddenly receive this message?

 

There was a temporary problem complete your request. You do not have the permission to access the requested resource.

Try again later.

 

More than likely, the iTunes App Store may be experiencing technical difficulties. Check the status of Apple services by going here.

If you have received this error, let us know and if you did something to fix or bypass it.

 





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Guest - DawnB on Tuesday, 08 February 2022 16:47

I signed in to my Apple account. Verified my user and CC information and went to "Authorize this device" and I was able to authorize.

I signed in to my Apple account. Verified my user and CC information and went to "Authorize this device" and I was able to authorize.
Guest - fuck yourself on Thursday, 14 October 2021 20:11

windows 10 is straight dog shit dude. id game on an actual computer if i could *cough* MAC *cough*

windows 10 is straight dog shit dude. id game on an actual computer if i could *cough* MAC *cough*
Guest - Linux on Tuesday, 20 April 2021 13:35

Don't waste your time and money with Windows. Get Linux and quit shaming your computer hardware.

Don't waste your time and money with Windows. Get Linux and quit shaming your computer hardware.
Guest - EricT on Sunday, 05 August 2018 17:11

If you're using a PC, do this (from Apple (https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204649?&cid=acs::fm-itunes_HT204649#windows):

On a PC, make sure you can see hidden files and folders.
1. If it's open, quit iTunes.
2. In the Windows Explorer address bar, type %ProgramData%, then press the Return key.
3. Open the \Apple Computer\iTunes folder.
4. Delete the adi and SC Info folders
5. (0ptiojnal) Restart the computer. I found you can just restart iTunes.

If you have a Mac, return it to the nearest Apple store for a refund, and use the money to buy a twice-as-powerful, far more flexible, Windows 10 desktop and laptop for the same price.

If you're using a PC, do this (from Apple (https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204649?&cid=acs::fm-itunes_HT204649#windows): On a PC, make sure you can see hidden files and folders. 1. If it's open, quit iTunes. 2. In the Windows Explorer address bar, type %ProgramData%, then press the Return key. 3. Open the \Apple Computer\iTunes folder. 4. Delete the adi and SC Info folders 5. (0ptiojnal) Restart the computer. I found you can just restart iTunes. If you have a Mac, return it to the nearest Apple store for a refund, and use the money to buy a twice-as-powerful, far more flexible, Windows 10 desktop and laptop for the same price.
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