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Sarenaty Level 1 (0 points)

After upgrade to ios7 I get "connect to iTunes to use push notification.  Connected but issue still remains.

 

Any help?


iPad mini Wi-Fi, iOS 7
  • Alibaba2k2 Level 2 (395 points)

    Certain applications have to be reinstalled fresh and not from a restore for push notifications to work correctly. You should go to Settings, General, Usage-Find the app and delete. This includes the data associated with the app.

  • Sarenaty Level 1 (0 points)

    Ali, this worked for 1 app but not the rest.

  • kristofvr Level 1 (5 points)

    Deactivate itunes account: Go to settings > itunes store & appstore > sign out from the account 'Apple ID: xxxxxxxxxxxx' >

    Restart the iphone/ipad

    Reactivate itunes account: Go to settings > itunes store & appstore > login

  • jsb3808 Level 1 (0 points)

    My problem is w DropBox, and the suggestion above didn't work. I'll try reinstalling.

  • Mannaggg Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanxxx very much! it worked fine for me! I was really looking into a NOT reset and reinstall solution! Cheers!

  • RandyOwens Level 1 (0 points)

    This approach worked for me.  Thanks very much for the suggestion and post!

  • kanthfromusa Level 1 (0 points)

    This worked for me too!

    Thanks

    Awesome

    This was bothering me for DAYS since ios7 "upgrade".

  • Demag Level 1 (0 points)

    This tip worked fine for me for facebook, kik messenger, dropbox and so on over 200 apps installed and no problem what so ever. I did what Kristover proposed but with an additional first step.

     

    I signed out from find my Iphone first

     

    Go to settings > Icloud > Switch of "Find my Iphone" by signing out

     

    Then

    Deactivate itunes account: Go to settings > itunes store & appstore > sign out from the account 'Apple ID: xxxxxxxxxxxx' >

    Restart the iphone/ipad

    Reactivate itunes account: Go to settings > itunes store & appstore > login

    Reactivate Find my Iphone

     

    Go to settings > Icloud > Switch on "Find my Iphone"

  • torebueb Level 1 (0 points)

    It worked for me. Furthermore, it solved also my problems with iMessage. Thanks a lot!

  • triplestones Level 1 (0 points)

    It took a couple of trys but this seems to have worked for me too... Thanks!

     

    In the attempt which worked, I also followed Demag's advice with another (possibly significant) step... My process was as follows (iPhone 4 on iOS7):

     

    • Double-click Home button and close ALL applications by sweeping finger up on each.

    • Go to Settings > iCloud
      • Switch off Find my iPhone
    • Go to Settings > iTunes & App Store
      • Touch Apple ID: xxxxxxxxxxx and select Sign Out

    • Hold down Power button and turn iPhone off
      • Alternatively, hold the Power button and Home button for several seconds to do a hard reset

    • Press Power button to turn iPhone back on

    • Go to Settings > iTunes & App Store
      • Enter Apple ID credentials and sign back in

    • Go to Settings > iCloud
      • Switch on Find my iPhone
    • Open apps which previously had the problem to test

     

     

    Hope this helps!

  • Ashie77 Level 1 (0 points)

    Triplestones.. you don't even know how relieved I am right now !! Phew.. this was a big one to crack.

     

    I have got a iPhone 4 running on iOS 7.0.4 and followed all your same commands -

     

    • Double-click Home button and close ALL applications by sweeping finger up on each.

    • Go to Settings > iCloud
      • Switch off Find my iPhone
    • Go to Settings > iTunes & App Store
      • Touch Apple ID: xxxxxxxxxxx and select Sign Out

    • Hold down Power button and turn iPhone off
      • Alternatively, hold the Power button and Home button for several seconds to do a hard reset

    • Press Power button to turn iPhone back on

    • Go to Settings > iTunes & App Store
      • Enter Apple ID credentials and sign back in

    • Go to Settings > iCloud
      • Switch on Find my iPhone
    • Open apps which previously had the problem to test

     

     

    This fixed my iMessage issue too - a big big relieft. I wasn't getting messages from my friends, also my work messages weren't making it through. Thanks a ton !!!

     

    Also when I was turning off 'Find my iPhone' app, it prompted me for my Apple ID password - and for some reason it told me that my password was incorrect !! I don't know if someone hacked into my account during one of those multiple prompts I got when I tried the other methods -

     

    - ONLY Turning off iCloud

    - Resetting Network Settings - from Settings -> General

    - Turning off phone and connecting to iTunes to switch it back on.

     

    But that was more of a precautionary note to anyone trying these methods to crack this issue. So I have a new password to use now.

     

    P.S. - I am not a big forum message guy, but this one definitely deserved a big thank you note.

  • gugatron Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks a lot! This really worked!!

  • Kuriosman Level 1 (0 points)

    What a lifesaver! Thanks to Demag, tripplestones and Ashie77. Doing a complete reset that was mentioned in many other posts would have been a real pain.

     

    At first it didn't work, BUT when I shut the phone off with top button, it fixed those annoying itunes push notification and my imessages now work. Remember, SHUT phone off.

     

    My problems started when Verizon tech had me reset Network Settings.

     

    Good day

  • sharronfrommilwaukie Level 1 (0 points)

    THANK YOU! I followed the amended steps for the iPhone 4 with newly installed IOS 7 and got my DropBox back, as well as the rest of the stuff.

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