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iCloud backup & recovery feature is always a charm point of Syncios programs. But sometimes you may get an Error message when you try to login in your iCloud account, then what should you do?
First of all, please make sure your are running our latest Syncios program, you can download the latest version from here.
To begin with, please check again to make sure you have entered exactly the correct Login name and passcode.
If you are 100% sure that you have entered the right login name and passcode, then the problem can be something about the iTunes Terms & Conditions.
When opening App Store or iTunes Store for the first time, a window pops up — asking you to check out the new terms and conditions. If you ignore the message and try to purchase any apps from the App Store, you will be once again bombarded with such a window. The real problem, however, is not to accept, ignore, or read the T&Cs. It is what this little window does – it gets “stuck” and sometimes freezes your Apple device. Here are the solutions:
Solution 1 : Temporary solution is to press the Home button. When you do this, the window and the App Store disappears in the background. Make sure the App Store is not running in the background (swipe up to close the app). Reopen the app and you will be able to click the buttons whenever the window reappears.
Solution 2 : Permanent solution is to update your iOS to its latest version. If you have already updated it, then a reboot should fix the problem.
Solution 3 : The third solution involves using your computer. Open iTunes, and download any random app. Next, you will be asked to accept the T&Cs. Accept it and you will no longer get the window on your device. For this method to work, you have to log into your iTunes account using the same Apple ID and password you are using on your iOS device.
Syncios currently doesn't support devices which have enabled Two-factors Authentication. Please follow this tutorial to turn off the Two-factors Authentication to make sure you can enjoy the Syncios services normally.
Solution 1 : To turn off two-factor authentication, sign in to your Apple ID account page and click Edit in the Security section. Then click Turn Off Two-Factor Authentication. After you create new security questions and verify your date of birth, two-factor authentication will be turned off.
Solution 2 : If someone has turned on two-factor authentication for your Apple ID without your permission, you can also turn it off from the enrollment confirmation email sent to your Apple ID or rescue email address. Click Turn Off Two-Factor Authentication at the bottom of the email to restore your Apple ID to its previous security settings and regain control of your account. The link is active for two weeks after you enroll.
3. Device still can't be detected successfully after trying the solutions listed above? Please contact us at email@example.com for help.