Can No Longer Update And Install Apps

Discussion in 'iPod' started by WhoseLineFan, Apr 20, 2016.

  1. WhoseLineFan macrumors member

    WhoseLineFan

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    #1
    Not too long ago, I tried to download an app.

    However, the app wouldn't install.

    It seems that I can now no longer download apps for my iPod Touch.
     
  2. ApfelKuchen macrumors 68020

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    #2
    Any app, or just that one?

    First, be sure you're signed into the App Store. Go to Settings > iTunes & App Store. If your Apple ID appears in blue, tap on the Apple ID and select View Apple ID. Once you sign in, you can tap Done and then try the download again.

    If it's just that one app, delete the app and try to download again - go to App Store > Updates > Purchased to re-download. If it won't delete from the Home screen, go to Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage > Storage: Manage Storage - select the app that's causing the problem - you should have a Delete option there.
     
  3. WhoseLineFan thread starter macrumors member

    WhoseLineFan

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    #3
    Any app.
     
  4. ApfelKuchen macrumors 68020

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    #4
    Did you make sure you're signed into the App Store, as I described above?

    What have you tried to do to resolve the problem?

    Do you get any error messages?

    Go to Settings > General > About for the following info: What model of iPod Touch? What version of iOS? How much available storage?

    Are you connected to wifi, and can you view web pages?

    You can try each of the following, one at a time, testing the App Store again after each item.

    Sign out of iTunes & App Store and then sign back in (Go to Settings > iTunes & App Store, tap on your Apple ID, select Sign Out from the menu that appears)

    Force-quit App Store (exactly how depends on your version of iOS) and power-off/power-on iPod

    Make sure you have a backup of your iPod (either in iTunes or iCloud), then reset the iPod (hold power and home buttons until the Apple logo appears)

    If none of that works, restore your iPod to factory settings, following this support article: https://support.apple.com/HT204686
     
  5. Mac'nCheese macrumors 68030

    Mac'nCheese

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    #5
    This happened to me on my ipad. Turned out my wife changed the date from auto to sometime in the future to get more lives for some game she was playing. Changing the date back to auto fixed it.
     
  6. 960design macrumors 68000

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    #6
    That is evil !
     

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