Why is my Apple ID not working on App Store?
First, try logging out and then log back into the App Store on your iPhone – that should fix it: Go to Settings > iTunes & App Store. Tap on Apple ID at the top of the screen, then hit Sign Out. Log in again using your Apple ID and password.
How do you fix this Apple ID has not yet been used with the App Store?
Log in at appleid.apple.com and make sure you have payment information stored there. Launch Music or iTunes and attempt to sign in with the Apple ID. This provides a different route that may complete successfully. Because Apple uses the same information across its stores, that should resolve the App Store issue.
How do I activate my Apple ID in the App Store and iTunes?
On your iOS device, Settings > [your name] > iTunes & App Store and Sign Out. Then Sign in using your new Apple ID password. On Mac, open App Store (Store > Sign Out) and iTunes (Account > Sign Out) and then sign out and then sign in.
How do I reactivate my App Store account?
When using your iOS device:
- Go to Settings > Your name > iTunes & App Store > Sign Out.
- After doing this, sign in again using the new password you have set on your Apple ID.
Why is my App Store not letting me download apps?
Occasionally, apps from the App Store won’t download on your iPhone. You should ensure your phone is using a local Wi-Fi connection rather than cellular data, pause and restart the download, and double check that you have a valid credit card associated with your Apple ID.
Why won’t my App Store download any apps?
Clear cache & data from Google Play Services
On your Android phone or tablet, open your Settings app. App info or See all apps. Tap Google Play Services. Clear cache.
Why do I have to enter my Apple ID every time I download an app?
The App Store keeps asking for passwords maybe because you put the Password Settings of purchase and in-App purchases on the status of Always Require, which means that you are required to enter your password every time you purchase even if you’ve already signed in with your Apple ID.
Why does it say my Apple ID Cannot be created at this time?
If you see a Could Not Create Apple ID message, it means that you have exceeded the number of new Apple IDs you can set up with iCloud on a single device in one year.
How can I verify my Apple ID?
Whenever you sign in with your Apple ID on a new device or browser, you’ll confirm your identity with your password plus a six-digit verification code.
From your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Go to Settings > [your name].
- Tap Password & Security.
- A message says “Account Details Unavailable.” Tap Get Verification Code.
How do I enable the iTunes App Store on my iPad?
iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
- Go to Settings → Screen Time → Content & Privacy Restrictions.
- Tap on iTunes and App Store Purchases and then tap on In-app Purchases.
- Tap Don’t Allow on or off.