ITunes Help-User Guide
ITunes Help-User Guide
If you are having a hard time figuring out iTunes player you may check on iTunes help. The most important role of iTunes help is the five R’s instructions that stand for reset, retry, restart, reinstall and restore.
ITunes help commence the resetting as an initial step for troubleshooting. It first instructs the user to turn the Apple device off and then on again. If rebooting does not do any good you can go to the home screen and select “Settings” then click on “General”, then choose reset or “Reset all settings.” If you experience difficulties such as frozen screen, you will be prompted to hold down the “Menu” and “Power” buttons at the same time for 10 seconds or until you see the apple logo appear on the screen.
iTunes next step in troubleshooting is Retry. ITunes help order the user to detach the USB cable connection then reattach it again with both the computer and the device. If the computer does not recognize the device you should check on the debris on the USB or he ports or attch a different cable. Keep your iTunes software version up to date.
Restarting is the third step of troubleshooting for iTunes help. The apple device should be disconnected to he computer because you will be needing to restart your computer. The computer then should be restarted.
You will be uided by iTunes Help when reinstalling your iTunes. You may find this under the summary tab. When finished with the installation update your version by selecting “Check for updates” on the iTunes help. Sometimes reinstallation and updating will take time.
Last but not the least, restoring the factory settings of your device might be your best option because there might be viruses or bugs on your Apple device you can do this with iTunes. This is executed by going to the “Summary” tab of your iPod then select restore option.
You will be asked by the computer to back up the files because it will completely remove everything on your iPod. Now, all you need to do is wait for the restoration process to finish.
If the problem continues to persist, Apple offers a wide variety of services and tools to assist such as an online tool that diagnose issues. There is also an iTune Support website that gives customer support, especially if the device is still covered by warranty.