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appstore: too many HTTP redirection problem / túl sok HTTP-átirányítás probléma

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HY / sziasztok,

 

When I open the appstore, and choose a program, and open the info page, after that the page didnt open,  just say "too many HTTP-redirect.".

Why??

 

 

szeretnék megoldást a következő problémára

mikor belépek az appstore-ba és kiválasztok egy programot , nem nyitja meg a tájékoztató lapot, hanem kiírja hogy "túl sok HTTP-átirányítás".

MIért van ez???

iPhone 4S, iOS 6.1
  • JimHdk Level 7 Level 7 (21,825 points)

    What App description caused this?

  • kynthoy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Best Fixes for ‘Cannot Connect to iTunes Store’ Errors

     

     

    Cannot-Connect-to-iTunes-Store

    I first posted about ‘Cannot connect to iTunes Store’ errors on the iPad back in May of this year. I was getting this error when trying to update or install new iPad apps.

    Since then the issue has continued to trouble many iPad and iDevice users – and thanks to our excellent readers and commenters we’ve learned a number of effective fixes for this problem.

    Here are the best ones I’ve seen – each of these has proven successful for many users:

    DNS Settings Change

    This fix has been recommended by Apple support and has proven successful for many commenters on my previous post. The way this works is to change DNS settings on your iPad or whichever iOS device is affected – by adding Google’s DNS server/s.  Here’s how to do this:

    – Go to the Settings app and tap on the Wi-Fi section in the left sidebar

    – Then look at the ‘Choose a Network’ section in the main right-hand side area of the page and look for the network name that has a check mark next to it and rendered in blue text – the WiFi network you are currently using

     

    iPad WiFI Settings

    – Tap on the blue arrow at the right-hand side of the listing for that network.

    – On the next screen you’ll see a section labeled ‘IP Address’ with three large buttons below it. Make sure the DHCP button is selected. Below that you’ll see fields for IP Address, Subnet Mask, and others. Tap on the DNS field (the fourth one down).

    iPad DNS Settings

    – This will bring up the iPad’s on-screen keyboard and place the cursor at the end of the IP address for the DNS server currently being used by the iPad. Backspace until all the numbers for that address are gone. Then type this in:

    8.8.8.8

    Please note the periods after the first three 8s. You can also use 8.8.4.4 – both are valid addresses for Google’s DNS servers.

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    Download an App Via the Purchased Tab in the App Store

    – Open the App Store app on your iPad or whichever iOS device is having this issue.

    – Tap on the Purchased button in the bottom navigation bar.

    App Store Purchased section

    – This will show you all the apps you’ve purchased on the iPad. Those that are already installed with a greyed out label. Others will display a small download icon, showing a cloud with a downward facing arrow in it.

    iPad Purchased apps

    – Tap on one of the download icons and download a purchased app.

    For many users this has cleared some sort of App Store queue and allowed them to resume with normal updates. Some have had to repeat the download with a few apps in the Purchased section.

    —————————————————————————————————————————

    Set the Date Forward and Revert Back

    – Open the Settings app and go to General > Date & Time

    – On the Date & Time screen, tap to turn off ‘Set Automatically’

    – Tap on ‘Set Date & Time’ and enter a date a couple of years or more in the future.

    – Go out of Settings and then straight back in and turn  ‘Set Automatically’ to restore the current date and time.

     

    (update me if work's)


  • Mindblowerz Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you sir! It worked!!! Hard reboot did not work for me but this works!

     

    To be specific, I did the first suggestion which is to download a previously purchased app. I had to download 2 apps for it to work.

     

    The set date to a future date trick did not work.

     

    Thanks again! Have a good day!

  • Roland_hun Calculating status...

    Hi,

    I have the same problem since today morning. Can you help me? I try the solution, but it did not work. Maybe I did it wrong process. Thx

  • kynthoy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Ahm try to go again to settings and tap the blue button at the right side that the wifi connection that you connect with and go to DNS below the Router and leave it blank..go again to app store..thats it..if the appstore will not downloading again try 8.8.8.8..to access again..hope it will work..

  • kynthoy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Ahm try to go again to settings and tap the blue button at the right side that the wifi connection that you connect with and go to DNS below the Router and leave it blank..go again to app store..thats it..if the appstore will not downloading again try 8.8.8.8..to access again..hope it will work..

  • Roland_hun Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    It's working. Thanks a lot! :-) regards

  • kynthoy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

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