Tips about “Trust” or “Don’t Trust” a Computer on iPhone
Trusted computers are devices with the ability to connect and sync with any iOS device. Apart from connecting with these iDevices, such computers also have the ability to access the gadget’s personal files and create backups of the iPhone, iPad or iPod. You will always be provided with the alert dialog “Trust This Computer?” whenever you connect your iOS device to a new Windows or Mac device.
It is also possible for you to be provided with this dialogue once you reset your iOS device or choose to update the iTunes program even on an already trusted computer. Untrusted computers, on the other hand, do not have the ability to access any information on the connected iDevice but can still be used to charge it.
This article will provide you with the super-effective tips on how to “Trust” or “Don’t Trust” a specific computer.
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How to “Trust” A Computer?
This is probably the easiest thing to do. Once you have successfully connected your iPad, iPod or iPhone to any computer of your choice, you will be provided with a popup message asking you whether you trust that specific device.
Simply unlock your iDevice through sliding its “Unlock” icon and entering your secret Passcode. You can then proceed to tap on the “Trust” this computer option to authorize the device or the “Don’t Trust” dialog option if you are not sure about the machine. It is generally a good idea to always select the “Trust This Computer” option when using a personal computer.
How to Undo the “Don’t Trust” Computer Option?
This tutorial section is essential for anyone who has accidentally selected the “Don’t Trust” this computer option or has a sudden change of heart. The easiest way to do this is to disconnect your iOS device from the computer for about 10 seconds and then reconnecting it again.
This usually works but still feel free to implement the tips provided in the other included tutorial subsections if you are unsuccessful and are not provided with the “Trust This Computer” dialog option even after reconnecting your iDevice.
– Using iTunes on Computer
Step 1. Disconnect your iPad, iPhone or iPod from the PC. Then, launch the “iTunes” program, click “Edit” and proceed to the “Preferences” section.
Step 2. Select advanced, click on the “Reset” button and then confirm by selecting “OK”.
Step 3. Close the iTunes program and reconnect your iOS device.
Here, you will be provided with the “Trust This Computer?” dialog option. Now you can willingly choose whether to “Trust” or “Don’t Trust” the connected computer again.
– Undo the “Don’t Trust” on iDevice
Step 1. Launch the “Settings” application on your iPad, iPhone or iPod and tap on the “Reset” menu option that is located under the “General” settings.
Step 2. Click “Reset Location & Privacy” and then proceed to enter your secret Passcode. Now, you’ll activate the “Trust This Computer” popup message.
– Through resetting your “Network” settings
Step 1. Open your iDevice’s stock “Settings” application and select the “Reset” menu option that is located under the “General” tab.
Step 2. Tap on the “Reset Network Settings” option.
How to Disable the Constant “Trust This Computer” Dialog Message?
Windows users are likely to be continuously bombarded with this message even after selecting to trust or don’t trust the computer they are using. This can be quite annoying, to say the least, and this tutorial section will show you exactly how to disable this irritating message.
Update Your iTunes – You can update iTunes manually through uninstalling the computer program, downloading and installing the latest iTunes version from the official website.
Update Your Computer’s Window Drive
– Click the “Hardware and Sound” option that is located on your PC’s “Control Panel”.
– Select the “Device Manager” option, right click on your iDevice and click on “Properties”.
– Click on the “Hardware” tab, select “Properties” and then choose the “Driver” option.
– Click on update Driver, navigate to “C:/Program Files/Common Files/Apple/Mobile Device Support/Drivers”.
– Look for the driver “usbaap164” and then simply click on it to download it.
Congratulations! You are now able to “Trust” or “Don’t Trust” any computer you connect with your iPod, iPad or iPhone at will. It is, however, prudent that you always select the “Don’t Trust” dialog option, whenever you are connected to a public or “alien” computer device. You can also reset your iOS device and then select this option if you are concerned about your security.
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When you make the change into your PC or any Apple PDA it makes sure that you are using your device on the trusted system. and a pop up comes to make the secure connection and add the device information into the device driver. If you are using anyone others system then you have to use don’t Trust.