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Old Dec 11, 2011, 06:07 PM   #1
groovyf
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iTunes + "Your request could not be completed"

I'm trying to access iTunes via a newly purchased iPad 2 and all I'm getting when trying the Music, Films, Podcasts and Audiobooks tabs is the message: "Your request could not be completed"
iTunes U works OK, as does the App Store.

Any ideas? I've done a soft reset holding doen both the Home button and the Sleep button, zapped Safari's History and Cache.
Not done a restore yet however.

[Edit: Restored then restored from backup. All OK now.]

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