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Apple mobile device support

When iTunes is working well, it feels good. But it takes only one problem to make the experience less than perfect. When Apple mobile device support is missing or damaged on your PC, it can interfere with your enjoyment of iTunes. The solution? Watch this space.

Note: There is no direct way to download the Apple mobile device support from somewhere. You need the help with an iTunes repair tool, or you need to completely uninstall iTunes and related software components and reinstall it. Reinstall iTunes will also install the Apple Mobile Device Support.

The Tool You Need

When you have problems with your PC failing to detect your Apple device, you may have to download a new Apple mobile device support or update it to the latest version.

You may not be able to update the Apple mobile device by yourself, but with the iMyFone TunesFix iTunes repair expert, you can easily achieve it. Whenever you have any issues with your iTunes, TunesFix guarantees you 100% effective solutions every time.

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iMyFone TunesFix iTunes Repair Tool

  • Download and install a new Apple Mobile Device Support, or repair the damaged device support.
  • One-click fix iTunes could not connect issues, like unknown 0xe errors, iTunes not detect, etc.
  • iTunes data is well-kept when repairing. No data will be lost.
  • Also fix other 100+ iTunes errors and issues, like install, update, open, restore, backup, and other problems.

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Way 1: One-Click for Apple Mobile Device Support Download

Step 1: Launch TunesFix. Once launched, it will automatically detect your iTunes and necessary components. In this case, your Apple Mobile Device Support is missing or damaged, it will show you the details. (To learn more, you can click on the question mark).

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Step 2: Click “Repair” and it will start to download and install the repair driver for your iTunes. Once done, your iTunes could show up your iOS device successfully.

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However, if you are guided to the home interface after detecting, choose “Repair iTunes Connect Issues” feature and then click “Repair”. Your Apple Mobile Device Support should be updated.

Way 2: Uninstall iTunes and Related Apple Software and Reinstall

You can also try your hand at manually removing iTunes and related Apple software from your Windows PC and then reinstalling iTunes. Apple mobile device support will be downloaded when you reinstall iTunes.

Note: Manually removing iTunes and related software from PC incorrectly will cause intended expects, and even damage your PC. It’s not recommended. If you still want to try, click here.

You’d better take advantage of iMyFone TunesFix’s “Full Uninstall” feature to uninstall iTunes and components in the right order, leaving no harmful traces on your PC. It’s a much safer and easier way to completely uninstall iTunes.

Step 1: Launch TunesFix again. When you are in the home interface, click on “Full Uninstall” and it will guide you to the uninstall page.

iMyFone TunesFix screenshot

Step 2: Click “Uninstall” and it will start removing iTunes and related software from your computer.
Note: Just uninstalling iTunes won’t delete iTunes data, unless check “Also delete user data...” to uninstall.

iMyFone TunesFix screenshot

When it’s done, you can tap “click here” to download the latest or old version of iTunes.

When Do You Need Apple Mobile Device Support

A lot of iTunes users make daily use of Apple mobile device support without even knowing it. If you use your USB to sync your iPod, iPhone or iPad to your iTunes library, then you have been using Apple mobile device support.

Apple’s mobile device support program is used to ensure that your Apple devices are automatically detected when you plug them into your Windows PC or mac. If you use your iPod Touch or iPhone to sync directly to your PC, then you need Apple mobile device support.

However, odds are you’re here because you’ve not been able to connect your iPhone, iPod or iPad to your PC. whenever you connect, your PC doesn’t recognize it. The problem is most likely caused by the absence of Apple mobile device support from your PC or because it is faulty.