Keeping a long story short, I have three iPhones and two iPads in our family. Prior to iOS 8 and family share, they each were set up with the SAME apple ID for app store purchases, but each device has their OWN UNIQUE iCloud ID. Worked great for many years. Allowed us to all use the same billing info for purchases, transfer and share purchases ect. But the separate iCloud ID's on iCloud kept contacts, messaging, FaceTime etc all separate from one another. Over the weekend I setup family share after reading about it and I really liked the "ask to purchase" feature so that when the kids wanted something on their iPad they didn't have to chase one of the parents down to enter the app store password. After a couple hours of TRYING to get the stupid family share to even work and change birthday's on the kids iCloud acts (to enable ask to purchase), it finally appeared to be working...until I realized that none of our iTunes movie purchases were showing up under "movies". Apparently, you can't "share" anything prior to family share. I was tired of screwing with it and removed the family share account and put everything back the way it was before. Tonight, my son asked for something on the app store. It prompted me for the password and upon entering it, a message came up; "Unable to Ask Permission" You can't ask permission because you have signed in with iCloud and iTunes accounts that are not associated with each other." WTF?! Same message on all devices except my wifes phone. I double checked each device to make sure that my apple ID was signed in to app store, their ID signed into iCloud. But for some reason, its acting like family share is still set up but it doesn't recognize the billing apple ID or the individual iCloud IDs together????? So confused and ticked that I am unable to use the app store on any of my kids devices. Any suggestions?