You have apps that need updating that were purchased from that account.
- Apps are locked to the account that purchased them.
- To update apps you have to sign into the account that purchased the apps. If you have apps that need updating purchased from more than one account you have to update them one at a time until the remaining apps were purchased from one account.
Nope, i did some looking before i posted and lots of people posted this issue, and i saw lots of quick, 'that was an app purchased under that other account" responses....but as i pointed out this is not the case. it is my ipod, i personally downloaded these apps, and i have never had/used the AppleID that is popping up!!!
I know you tried re-signing in in the Settings app, but what about the iTunes app? Launch iTunes, hit the Music tab, scroll all the way down and tap the Apple ID. Now you can sign out and in again. This should automatically get carried to the App Store app, but if not, do the same thing in the App Store app.
In case you need to double-check any Apple ID information and/or change it, http://appleid.apple.com/ is the place to do that.
From a Kappy post
The Three Best Alternatives for Security Questions and Rescue Mail
1. Use Apple's Express Lane.
Go to https://expresslane.apple.com ; click 'See all products and services' at the
bottom of the page. In the next page click 'More Products and Services, then
'Apple ID'. In the next page select 'Other Apple ID Topics' then 'Forgotten Apple
ID security questions' and click 'Continue'. Please be patient waiting for the return
phone call. It will come in time depending on how heavily the servers are being hit.
2. Call Apple Support in your country: Customer Service: Contacting Apple for support or
Apple ID- Contacting Apple for help with Apple ID account security. Ask to speak to
How to Manage your Apple ID: Manage My Apple ID