Wait while iTunes downloads the software for your device. Of course it's possible that you are right, but for some reason this only affects very few users. I have talked to support and they were no help with getting rid of it. This connection problem is preventing your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch from reaching the Apple servers. Now try your device to see if you see the error anymore.
Also, I did do the iCloud Drive upgrade, so I don't know if all of us who are experiencing this have upgraded to iCloud Drive? It had to have popped up about 6 times in less than an hour's time. This completely eliminated the popup and I have been using my phone since then without issue. My iPad is fine and not getting the problem. Log out of iCloud then log in back. Be sure to check them out, and if you have further suggestions that might be helpful, feel free to share in the comments below.
I have no Mac to run Yosemite. If not, reboot and see if it appears then. Deleted all my books, downloaded them again, synced with iTunes, hid all my purchases, synced again. Now, Download and install it on your computer, then use it to complete the data transferring task in steps. These two instances might have been just coincidence and not related.
For me, it was the purchase of an entirely different album that caused the problem but an album that still had a digital booklet. I have this problem with every app I try to download in my ipad air 2. I didn't download U2, at least not on purpose. Disable Wi-Fi, and Turn on Cellular Data This way is similar to method 3, to check network connection. I guess I will have to try that too. I haven't tried the beta, but I'm getting to the point where I might just have to erase the phone and start over as new.
Brilliant — the Telegraph App miraculously reappeared in full working order. Also, is there a way for us to report this to Apple without being a developer? Make sure to let us know how the process goes in the comments below. You know I think you and lyfwj might be right about iBooks being the culprit here, npfetmac. Even after turning off this feature, the error may persist. I haven't even used iBooks on my new phone and rarely used it on my previous phone. The bad is the slow transfer data of bluetooth 2. I have also deleted all of the music off of my phone to make sure that wasn't the problem.
I want this popup stopped for good. Would greatly appreciate your assistance. It seems to have solved it for me. Solution 11: Restart your router Restarting your router may fix your problem. In the case of error 2, it sits at 0% and cannot be opened. To do this, disconnect your router from its power source then wait about a minute and reconnect.
If anyone find the answer let me know! If these are the problems you are having, we suggest trying to install the update via iTunes instead. I have tried via bluetooth internet tethering with my macbook and the installation is successfull 50% of times. How to block pop-ups in Safari Pop-ups are annoying. I have tried most of the troubleshooting tips mentioned in the Apple Forums thread. Only if all apps are up to date with latest versions you can move forward. Tap on Add a Fingerprint to add another fingerprint.
I have tried basically every trouble-shooting method suggested shy of starting over as new. For me, it doesn't pop up when I open iBooks, so I don't know if it's related or not. Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. Copyright © 2019 iMobie Inc. I'm not sure I even understand how these digital booklets with albums are supposed to work? Everybody wants smooth sailing in whatever activity they undertake; whether it is a love affair, a business project, a small task in office, a household chore or a download on your iPhone or iPad. I could probably have avoided the problem by just downloading the songs individually instead of touching the Cloud icon for the entire album.
I did a mistake in buying iphone 6S. And it went away with the album successfully downloaded. I would think that downloading individual songs would be okay, but I don't want to be the guinea pig again! My guess for what is happened: You technically purchased the booklet along with rest of the album. I can only install apps via sync with software like imazing or an older version of itunes with app store. Hi I too have been having this problem and cannot get rid of it either. In fact, with Spotlight, you can search your Mac for anything.
Step 03: When you see the option to Restore or Update, choose Restore. I removed the U2 album from my account, but I don't think that was ever a problem because it never showed up on my phone anyway I don't have automatic music downloads set up. The pop up relief I've been experiencing may actually have been the result of disabling iBooks' ability to download content from the internet and not from preventing other apps from refreshing. If you did it on the device, then it tried to download the booklet but it failed I'm guessing because of incompatibility with iBooks, or something like that. Keep holding until you see the recovery mode screen. Have no iBooks downloaded and turned off the publisher search another poster mentioned.