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  • 45. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    usuariopc Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    With the update to 11.0.4 the problem is solved for me.

  • 46. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    ripley_method Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

    Upgraded to 11.0.4 - figured it can't be any worse.  It appears that they got it fixed this time.  Back to a working iTunes Store for me.

  • 47. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    abombaci Level 2 Level 2 (250 points)

       All this is is a bug. I tried to update an app from my iPod Touch about a month ago and I kept putting in my username and password so I could update the app and when I pressed enter the box just wildly popped back and ask for my password over and over again. I kept trying for a half hour and kept putting in my usernamd and my password but no go.

     

       Finally after about a half an hour I was signed in!

  • 48. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    AndreD Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    11.0.4 still seems to have trouble with the password, at least for me. Just now, I had to enter the password eight or so times before iTunes accepted it... still pretty frustrating...

     

    Not sure what's going on with Apple but the company and its products seem to be getting worse... sad and hopefully not true, but too much success doesn't seem to be too good for them...

  • 49. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    Lost & Found Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    With the update to 11.0.4 the problem is solved for me.

     

    Not here.

     

    Have to restart iTunes every time it stalls, works for a very short time then we restart again and again and.........

  • 50. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    anorton Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

    For me, the problem is functionally fixed, except for a risidual "ghost" bug:

     

    I leave myself signed in as a default.  Since "Check For Available Downloads" doesn't work anymore, I have all my email notifications turned on for my season passes.  When a new episode posts, I get an email with a link to download the episode.  When I click on this link, the episode starts to download.

     

    However, I also still get the "Sign In" screen.  If I hit "Cancel", it goes away.  (The episode is already downloading).  Entering my password just loops the "Sign In" screen back over and over, until I finally hit "Cancel".

  • 51. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    anorton Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

    The "ghost" bug pops up in other situations as well.  I just made a purchase in the store (while signed in), and the "Sign In" screen appears, with the "Buy" greyed out.  I enter my password, and the episode starts to download, but the "Sign In" screen goes into its "infinite loop" thing until I hit cancel.

     

    Another (unrelated?) thing that has started to happen is that I have started getting double downloads of TV shows.

    For instance, after the action described above, Itunes also began downloading another copy of Defiance, Episode 09, which I had previously downloaded on Tuesday, and is still in my library.

  • 52. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    hyperi Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Is anyone still having this problem? It just started doing this today for me. Changed password & had to add an upper case letter that I didn't need before. Trying to update apps and it just keeps saying password is wrong, but I can use it on my iphone.

  • 53. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    william_deacon Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Check your signed into the correct Apple ID on both devices

  • 54. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    ahwisconsin Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm having a problem with my password on my iPod. I reset it and I want to reinstall some of my purchased apps and it keeps telling my password is incorrect. I really like my Apple products and I'm guessing it's a nightmare keeping all the balls in the air, but I'm really getting frustrated with the whole password thing. Right before this (or maybe at the same time) I kept seeing that I had apps to update. I'd open App Store and the update section was blank. It finally started working again, but it seems like there is always something not working.

  • 55. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    ahwisconsin Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have to reply to my own post, I guess. I did finally get things to work and it was my fault so, sorry Apple.

  • 56. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    mailhound Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)

    Still having this issue 11.0.5.... nothing I do can stop it not accepting the correct password.. Apple ya got a bug here..

  • 57. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    Batmanistonystark Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    ive been having trouble turning my cookies on even though the thing they want selected is selected. Why do i even need to turn on my cookies? and why is not recognizing it is changed?

  • 58. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    SeaPuss Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I had a similar issue. I was able to "sign in" to the iTunes store, but when I tried to view my account information iTunes repeatedly asked for my password in an endless loop. I solved the issue by unblocking cookies in Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/TS3388

  • 59. Re: iTunes is not accepting my password - again.
    Paul Vail Level 1 Level 1 (135 points)

    Not always a bug where you expect it.  I love the cookies reply, but sometimes its the keychain issue.   You may have to go into your keychain manager (Applications/Utilities) and delete any itunes passwords stored there.  If you haven't already quit iTunes, do so -- then relaunch it and try again.    Keychains are not always properly updated, or there may be more than one.  Cleaning out the one for an errant account is one way to resolve.   Don't nuke all of them -- each key is for a specific function or account (like email, online forms, etc.)   And there are other items in the keychain utility that you can delete -- certificates, etc. -- that you really do NOT want to.  Good luck.