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It isn't always obvious where the problem lies, so we're going to work through the troubleshooting process – looking at both the mobile device and the computer at the same time, and swapping between them as required.
Before we go too far into the process, the first thing to check is whether your i Phone is syncing any kind of data through i Cloud, as this prevents that type of data being copied across from your computer.
If you are having issues updating an app, we can offer you some tips.
However, if your problem continues, you will have to contact i Tunes Support, Apple Technical Support, or visit a local Apple Retail Store as they are best equipped to handle such issues.
Now, when I turn the phone on, it comes up with: SIM not valid - Only compatible SIM cards from a supported carrier may be used to activate i Phone.
Please insert the SIM card that came with your i Phone or visit a supported carrier's store to receive a replacement SIM card.
Now it isn't reading my SIM, even though I've used this same SIM in the phone before I tried updating it.
Alternately, you can check your i Tunes purchase history to see if the account you are using was used to purchase an app.
To view your purchase history, open the i Tunes application on your computer, make sure you are signed in to your i Tunes account, and then from the top menu, select . To see all the ourchases on a certain date, click the small triangle to the left of the date.
The first thing to check is whether there are any issues with connecting the phone to your computer.
It's one thing to physically connect the device – but if i Tunes doesn't recognise it, you won't be able to go any further.
There are some simple steps to follow to try to resolve this: i Phones running i OS 10 will only sync with i Tunes v12.6, which can only be installed on Macs running OS X 10.9 and newer, and PCs running Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10.
Older operating systems are no longer supported by i Tunes.
Make sure you are logged into the same i Tunes account that you used to purchase the app Although i Tunes or your device may show an update is available, you need to be logged into the original i Tunes account that you used to purchase the app to be able to download any updates. If the app was downloaded to i Tunes on your computer, you can verify the i Tunes account by opening the i Tunes application, clicking .
This is the Apple ID that was used to purchase the app.
While we are the developer of Proloquo2Go and Pictello, the apps are exclusively sold by Apple through the i Tunes App Store.
Please know we are not involved in the technical aspects of i OS devices, i Tunes, Apple IDs, i Cloud, and downloading.