How to resolve the issue of USB connection of iPad, iPhone and other iOS devices with iTunes?

Are you facing the problem of USB connection with your iOS based devices such as iPad and iPhone etc.? Does your iTunes always shows an error message while connecting to USB port? Don't worry, here is the solution for your problem. Read this article to resolve your problem.

iTunes became an imperative entertainment part of our life. This software facilitates us to synchronize songs, videos and movies from different iOS devices. As these entertainment devices are new to us it is natural to face many problems in USB connections. While you start synchronization of your iPad and iPhone devices sometimes iTunes will not able to detect your iPad. Have you ever faced any synchronization problem of iOS devices with iTunes? Here are the good solutions and fixes you can apply to take benefits of synchronization of your data on iPad and iPhone etc.

Some errors while synchronization via USB

There are many errors that restrict you to update and restore your data from iPad and iPhone. Some errors you may encounter are 'unknown error occurred'. Sometimes you might face unknown error providing some specific code with it. You might face errors like 'this device can perform faster' and 'device needs more memory or power'. Even sometimes you may face problem after connecting with USB device it show 'unexpectedly disconnection'. These are some of the frequent errors that restrict you to begin your updates, backups and synchronization activities. In this article you can easily solve these problems. So, read it to resolve USB issues.

USB connection problem with different OS

OK, if you are facing above errors, please be sure that you have USB 2.0 connection. There are some steps you have to know whether USB 2.0 connection is available in to your operating system or not. Note that if you're using Mac OS X v 10.6.x or its next version of snow leopard, then don't worry, it has built in USB 2.0 connection. If you are using earlier version then follow these steps to know existing USB ports information.

  1. First step is to click on your Apple menu and then check 'about Mac' option.

  2. Second step is to open 'more option'.

  3. Now you can see a drop down menu under which you can see an USB option on the left.

  4. Now you can see an USB tree page on the right. In this page if you are able to see USB high speed bus then it is sure that you have USB 2.0 port available. If this option is not there then you don't have USB 2.0 port but USB 1.1 port.

Now if you have windows operating system then follow listed steps to determine your USB ports.
For Windows Vista follow these steps-

  1. First step is to click on' start button' and then right click on 'computer'.

  2. After right clicking on 'computer' you can see 'manage' option please click this option.

  3. Next step is to open 'device manager'. Then by double clicking on Universal serial bus controller check whether there is an option available that says High speed or enhanced. If yes, you have USB 2.0 port otherwise it is not present in your operating system

Also Read: How to clean up iTunes library in a few simple steps, using iTunes Cleanup?

For windows 7 and XP follow above steps are same.
  • Now restart your computer as well as device.

  • To restart your device press and hold power button until it shows a message "slid to power off". Now off your device and turn it on back by pressing wake button.

  • Last step is to disconnect your all USB devices from you system. Note that there is no need to disconnect keyboard and mouse from USB port. Ok if you done the procedure re-connect your device and check whether problem is resolved.

  • Don't forget to reconnect your disconnected USB devices because the issue is resolved and now you can enjoy your all tasks correctly.
    At last if you faced problem like 'unknown error 0Xe800000a' then try to troubleshoot it. Firstly go to finder and then select 'Go' option under which you should select 'Go to folder' option. In 'Go to folder option simply write '/var/db/lockdown'. Then choose 'as icon' under 'view' option. Then 'select all' using 'edit' option. OK, you have all most done. The last step is to choose 'file' and then 'move to trash' option. Now again connect your device and start working.


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