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  • fuzzy-logic79 Level 1 Level 1

    Doesn’t work for me either.

    I’m a flex developer trying to deploy and test an app on a work iPad and just need some networking tools (ping) to find out why I can’t debug over the network (which seems to be the only way).

    It took me 30 mins to get up and running with droid. Three days and £90 to Apple (just to register as a developer) and they’re still putting hurdles in the way.

    I’ll admit the iPad is pretty slick. It’s just a shame apple’s policies seem intent on making it impossible to do anything on.

    Why Apple, Why?

  • nina cuasay Level 1 Level 1

    Your problem is like mine. I wanted to use my existing id but I dont know how.

  • ainefromdb Level 1 Level 1

    Work around I used for my teenage daughter's account:

     

    I entered my credit card and billing address. Then went into her account through iTunes and clicked "edit" on billing information and selected NONE.

     

    Account now works properly and able to download free apps.

  • kynades Level 1 Level 1

    Not one resolve in this discussion thread worked for me, exept login with CC and delete it.

     

    But, hey! Apple always thought diferent. And, as you see it still is.

  • grimtrigga Level 1 Level 1

    i had trouble too but now i can do. okay this is how you do it with no credit card.

     

    **if you already have an existing account and would like to use the same email address, just change the address on the current account to a phony one. that will free up your main one.**

     

    go to itunes on your computer. sign out of any current accounts. then go to app store. then click on a FREE app and go to its page. then click "FREE" to download it. it will prompt you to make an id. fill in the blanks and check the boxes. then you will go to billin info, where you can choose none. its pretty boss ah? your welcome.

  • fuzzy-logic79 Level 1 Level 1

    Thanks But this is no use for me as i need to use the same account as it's my apple developer account. Although the number so stupid things like this i'm beginning to think i just won't bother with ios.

  • nale86 Level 1 Level 1

    People, this can be done. Login with the user you want to use, insure you are in iTunes, you must be signed in, from tools go to the account settings then payment method, from there you have options to use CC, PAYPAL, or NONE.

     

     

    Hope this helps!

  • fuzzy-logic79 Level 1 Level 1

    Hi nale86, Sorry i don't fully follow your post.

    in iTunes i go Store -> Sign in -> enter username and pass of the exisiting account i need to use. and click sign in.

    Next i get a message saying my ID has not been used with iTunes Store and i must review (so i click review)

    Wecome to Itunes store splash screen -> continue

    privacy policy-> tick -> agree

    edit details screen ->enter year of birth -> continue

    payment information, the only options i have are Visa, Master card, amex, clickandbuy, or maestro.

    so i'm stuck.

    I can't find a tools menu anywhere (using itunes on win7)

    i've heard you can change your payment options once in. but I don't see why i should let apple have my personal details in the first place considering this is a work ipad and a work project.

  • thebestusernameevur Level 1 Level 1

    I had this same problem for a couple of days and I checked every apple forum I could find, but I couldn't find any answers. Then I realized that they're probably not letting me see the "None" option because my year of birth was set to 1990 and they expect you to have a credit card if you're an adult. So I set my year of birth to 1996 (Which is a kid's age) and sure enough the none option was right there where it's supposed to be.

  • Tenacious Techhunter Level 1 Level 1

    Can you correct the age later?

  • Chris CA Level 9 Level 9
    expertise.itunes
    iTunes

    You don't need to correct the age. Just change anything (such as house number or street or zip) then update then change it back.

  • Tenacious Techhunter Level 1 Level 1

    Read the post, please. The previous poster says that if you enter a kid’s age, the option to select “None” appears where it was not available before. However, that doesn’t mean I want to get stuck with a kid’s age. Hence, my question. So, CAN YOU CORRECT THE AGE LATER?

  • Chris CA Level 9 Level 9
    expertise.itunes
    iTunes

    Tenacious Techhunter wrote:

     

    Read the post, please. The previous poster says that if you enter a kid’s age, the option to select “None” appears where it was not available before. However, that doesn’t mean I want to get stuck with a kid’s age. Hence, my question. So, CAN YOU CORRECT THE AGE LATER?

    If you want to, yes.

    But if you are changing the age simply to get None, you don't have to.

  • Tenacious Techhunter Level 1 Level 1

    “Don’t Have to” in what sense? If I want it to have my correct age, I should think I genuinely do have to correct it. Now, are you sure you CAN correct it, or do you merely THINK you can?

  • Tenacious Techhunter Level 1 Level 1

    The age changing suggestion does not appear to work at all; it does not give you the “none” option, as described elsewhere.

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