N/APosted on - 05/31/2012
I was wondering if anyone could help me with a problem regarding iCloud. Strangely, every time I re-download something from iCloud, the protection of my email id gets broken. I recently repaired my 4S with iCloud Support from my 4.
After the repair was done, it was back to the applications. A message was shown demanding the iTunes password. The surprising thing is that it was not my id in the email id field. The page reloads when I try to write my own id, then the page shows a different email id. I’ve tried it 15/20 times.
Though it has insofar saved my applications, this problem happens frequently. The identical email ids keep coming. One may be from Australia, one more from UK and so on. I will try one last time to save my data and repair it again. I was just curious as to whether any of you had this experience; if you have, please help me out.
ICloud has repeatedly broken my email id protection
It seems that this problem is severe and happens most of the time when you are trying to use it. It’s possible that your iCloud Control Panel which was installed on your computer is already not working right maybe because of some unknown problems.
You should consider reinstalling your iCloud Control Panel to restore your program to its default. Uninstall iCloud Control Panel from your machine then check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. Install iCloud Control Panel again after this and test it if it works.
To download iCloud Control Panel and to know more about this application, visit iCloud here.
This program only works on Windows Vista Service Pack 2, and Windows 7. Other Windows versions are not supported. Please verify that your operating system is compatible with this application before installing it.