A complete user guide on dr.fone – iTunes Repair?
In this section of the article, let’s see how to use dr.fone – iTunes repair. We present this process as a step-by-step guide for your convenience. As examples, we reveal how to solve three common errors you might experience with iTunes.
Once you have opened open dr.fone toolkit, you will find a popup window. You will see an option called “Repair iTunes Errors” (which is the first one). Click on it.
dr.fone tool will now start to check for the errors associated with iTunes components.
If you have a full installation on your iTunes, you should press OK. However, if the iTunes interface displays an error message, you will have to click on “Advanced Repair” option.
Although the “Advanced Repair” option takes a bit longer to complete, it delivers perfect results. Be patient until the process gets completed.
To repair the connection issues of iTunes, you should follow the steps mentioned below.
As the first step, be sure to connect your device to the computer. Then, open Dr.Fone software so it will detect your device. Then, you should select the option labeled “Repair iTunes Connection Issues“. Then, click on the option labeled “Start“.
Note: Your iOS device must be connected with the original data cable, and the screen must be unlocked.
Once the download is completed, you will have to click on the “Start” to begin the process. Now, the iTunes should work without any issue once again.
Connect the iOS device to the computer on which Dr.Fone is installed already. Then, click on the option “Repair” on the main window.
Be sure that the device screen is unlocked and you are using the original lightning cable. Once the Dr.Fone identifies your iOS device, you will see that three options are displayed. At this stage, we should select the option “Repair iTunes Syncing Error” to continue.
After that, you will have to click on “Start” to begin the process of repairing. You will have to wait for a couple of minutes for the process to get completed.
When the errors are rectified, you will be able to see an option called “Repair Completed“. This message can be seen at the top of the screen.
Well, that should do with the iTunes errors you are experiencing.