iPhone What is MZFinance.InAppBuyLoginRequired-message

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by Lodesman, Jun 10, 2016.

  1. Lodesman macrumors regular

    Lodesman

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    Anyone come across this message with the Apple pencil triangle and a request for my App ID ?

    I have been receiving it regularly for the last three days (of course I have not put in my Apple ID)
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    The message shows as.

    MZFinance.InAppBuyLoginRequired-message
     
  2. keysofanxiety macrumors 604

    keysofanxiety

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    The solution on OS X seems to be deleting the NetworkInterfaces plist file, then restarting.

    That said, I can't find anything for iOS I'm afraid. Is it popping up when doing anything in particular? Could you screenshot an example?
     
  3. JasonHB macrumors regular

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    Hi

    It seems put have been around as an issue for at least 5 years. A few app developers were getting this message when they were testing in-app purchases on their own apps.

    Someone has suggested that if you download a free app on the App Store onto your device, it seems to clear it. Perhaps it is just an odd authentication failure with a previous app purchase.

    It appears to be a genuine Apple message from what I have read but I still wouldn't enter my password in there either.

    Try the app download suggestion and if that doesn't work, perhaps book a genius appointment.'

    Jason
     
  4. Lodesman thread starter macrumors regular

    Lodesman

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    Thanks for your advice.

    Delighted that it is not unique to me !!
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    One more thing, where is the NetworkInterfaces plist file located ?
     
  5. Lodesman thread starter macrumors regular

    Lodesman

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    For your information I noticed that the message appeared shortly after opening a solitaire app but only once every few days.

    Deleted the app a week ago and, so far, no recurrence of the sign in message.
     

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