App Store sigue pidiendo tu contraseña en iOS 9?


¿La aplicación App Store o itunes Store de su iPhone le solicita repetidamente su ID y contraseña de Apple? Quiero decir repetidamente como en, lo ingresas, el iPhone piensa por un momento, y luego te pregunta nuevamente, nunca satisfecho.

iOS 9 keeps asking me over and over for my iTunes password.

En iOS 8, la solución a esto fue bastante fácil: puedes cerrar sesión en "App and itunes Stores", reiniciar y volver a iniciar sesión sin problema. A partir de iOS 9, algunas configuraciones más comparten el mismo archivo de configuración que utilizan las aplicaciones de la tienda, lo que hace que la solución sea un poco más complicada.

Cómo hacer que App Store acepte su ID y contraseña de Apple:

Primero, cerramos la sesión de todo lo que contiene una referencia a este archivo de base de datos:

  • Configuración → Tiendas de aplicaciones y itunes → Toque su ID de Apple → Cerrar sesión

  • Configuración → Música → Desplácese hacia abajo hasta Compartir casa en la parte inferior → Toque su ID de Apple → Cerrar sesión

  • Configuración → Videos → Toque su ID de Apple en Compartir casa → Cerrar sesión

  • Configuración → Game Center → Pulse su ID de Apple → Cerrar sesión

A continuación, salimos de iCloud porque parece ser necesario también.

  • Configuración → iCloud → Desplácese hacia abajo → Cerrar sesión.

Aquí se le preguntará si desea conservar o eliminar los datos sincronizados de iCloud. Elijo eliminar las cosas sincronizadas de iCloud desde mi iPhone, ya que volverán cuando vuelva a iniciar sesión. Haz lo que te plazca.

Ahora, realmente tenemos que asegurarnos de dejarlo ir:

  • Configuración → General → Restablecer → Restablecer todas las configuraciones

Espere a que el iPhone se reinicie.

Levanta las cejas ante la lluvia de iMessages después de que el teléfono se reinicie si los obtienes ... Ahora regístrate en cosas.

  • Configuración → Wi-Fi → Regrese a su wifi. Esto es crítico si no tienes servicio celular, pero es bueno de cualquier manera.

  • Configuración → Tiendas de aplicaciones y itunes → Iniciar sesión

  • Configuración → iCloud → Iniciar sesión

  • Configuración → Música → Regrese al uso compartido de la casa si lo desea

  • Configuración → Videos → Regrese al uso compartido de la casa si lo desea

  • Configuración → Game Center → Regrese si quiere


18 Comments



Nk

Nk febrero 2, 2018

I forgot my Apple store password . How can I check it back?

Nk

Nk febrero 2, 2018

I forgot my Apple store password. How can I check the same?

Kelly HW

Kelly HW febrero 2, 2018

Apple is the only one that can help with your AppleID/App Store password :)
https://iforgot.apple.com/p...

JP

JP agosto 8, 2017

I had the same issue where my iPad wanted a password with every free app download, including manual updates. After reading this article and groaning a bit in pain, I decided to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings in a Fix-All effort. This worked. I did not have to sign out manually of iCloud anywhere; I just had to enter my iTunes password once when I logged in, and now I can download free apps and updates quickly with no pw.

This issue did seem to arise, for me, from attempting enabling restrictions. I was trying to disable apps so I could use a web version of an app. This was a bad idea, because it auto sorted all my apps on my home screen a-z when I turned it off, and seemed to introduce this free-app download password request issue. I also did attempt enabling restrictions again (Although I only tried disabling installing apps) after the reset, and the password issue did not re-appear.

The downside is I have to update all my iOS settings, as they are now defaults. For one, I had to upgrade my notes to iOS 9+ standards; apparently this is required now. Also, for some reason iOS seems faster and more responsive overall after the update. This could reflect some background apps not yet functioning or a better optimization from the latest iOS changes.

Thorz

Thorz diciembre 12, 2016

I had been having this problem during the last months on my daughter's iPhone, very frustrating. This procedure fixed it! The device is on iOS 10.2.
It is worth mentioning that there are 2 other places where you will find your Apple ID signed in: The Messages and FaceTime settings but I didn't touch those. Maybe they do not share the same database file as described in the article.
Thank you very much!
EDIT: Well, it looks like the culprit is the Restrictions. I was going to lock the iPhone again with restrictions and immediately after you enable the restrictions menu you the problem reappears. I have already reported it to Apple using the feedback form, I recommend you to do it also:
http://www.apple.com/feedba...

Kelly HW

Kelly HW diciembre 12, 2016

Hi Thorz - Thanks for commenting to let us know this worked for you on 10.2!

Thorz

Thorz diciembre 12, 2016

Hi! If you read my edited answer you will see that the problem came back after trying to activate restrictions. It is a bug and I have reported it.

Kelly HW

Kelly HW diciembre 12, 2016

Drat! I will see if I can replicate the problem coming back after turning on Restrictions and if I have any tricks to try!

Thorz

Thorz diciembre 12, 2016

Thanks.

Joseph Gonzales

Joseph Gonzales septiembre 9, 2016

My iPhone is jailbroke, will resetting the phone wipe my jailbreak? Will I have to reinstall jailbreak app?

Kelly HW

Kelly HW septiembre 9, 2016

HI Joseph,

My honest answer is "I'm not sure" since I don't work with iOS 9 jailbreak a lot. But, I think it depends on the iOS version jailbreak you're on. https://www.reddit.com/r/ja... This reddit post makes it sounds like you can reset settings (not content), but I would do a search about your specific jailbreak version to make sure.

Varindra Persad

Varindra Persad diciembre 12, 2016

Resetting settings won't affect jailbreak, unless you click, erase and reset all settings! I'm Jailbroken as well on 9.0.2

JK

JK junio 6, 2016

Excellent advice

SKP

SKP marzo 3, 2016

The iSheep way of doing things which every apple fanboy eill be proud of.

Peter

Peter mayo 5, 2016

iSheep or no, after trying other suggestions from other sites, this is the only one that worked for me, so I'll take it!

Foda

Foda diciembre 12, 2015

No, don't erase your settings! I had this issue in iOS 8 and then it popped back up in iOS 9 and finally figured it out.

In Settings → App and iTunes Stores, there should be a subscreen under your Apple ID for Password Settings. I looked but couldn't find it. I read that if you have Touch ID active, it will be hidden. Problem is that I have an iPhone 5 WITHOUT Touch ID.

I *do*, however, have Restrictions turned on to prevent in-app purchases. Apparently, the Password Settings is ALSO hidden if Restrictions is turned on. I went there and found that the neither option was selected and that Require Password for free downloads was turned on.

So the solution that worked for me was to go to Settings → General → Restrictions → Password Settings, select a password timeout setting, and turn OFF the Require Password for free downloads.

Hope this helps!

Foda

Kelly HW

Kelly HW diciembre 12, 2015

I will setup the problem on one of my test iPhones, and try this out -- thank you! If it works, then I would definitely prefer to recommend a solution without a settings reset! :)

Arrtam

Arrtam marzo 3, 2016

Looked for this trail and didn't find it, but I *did* find Settings --> General --> Background App Refresh. All apps are listed here. Most of mine already had the setting to be "on" but maybe a half-dozen were "off." I turned them on, we'll see what happens in a couple days.