"iTunes error 45075" often comes up when you are trying to install iTunes on a PC running on windows, upgrade your old iTunes to a new one or just trying to get your iTunes to connect. Any one of these three reasons could be the case to cause this issue. This article will discuss the ways in which iTunes error 45075 can be fixed as well as an introduction to an alternative to iTunes.
How to Fix iTunes Error 45075
Fixing iTunes error 45075 is not all that straightforward. There are a couple of steps you will have to follow the methods discussed below. There are three methods that you can follow.
- Method 1: Avoiding the Possibility of iTunes Error 47075 Occurrence
- Method 2: Reinstall iTunes
- Method 3: Check Windows Firewall
Avoiding the Possibility of iTunes Error 47075 Occurrence
An excellent alternative for iTunes is the iMyFone TunesMate . It allows you to control and manage your data on your Apple devices in a convenient and smart way. iMyFone TunesMate eliminates any kind of inconvenience or sync-block whatsoever. There are many reasons why you should switch to iMyFone TunesMate; one of which includes you may lose all your data in the process of sync when using iTunes.
Features of iMyFone TunesMate
- Transfer Directly - Freely transfer files between iPhone and computer without opening iTunes.
- Two-way Transfer - Transfer files from iPhone to iTunes/computer, or sync files from iTunes/computer to iPhone.
- Sync without Erasing - Sync files to iPhone from different computers or iTunes libraries without erasing iPhone.
- Bypass iTunes Limitations - Both purchased and non-purchased items can be transferred with iMyFone TunesMate.
With iMyFone Tunesmate, you can freely add different files to your iPhone from your iTunes library/computer. These steps are highlighted below.
Transfer iTunes Media Files to iPhone
Step 1: Connect your iPhone to your PC and Launch iMyFone TunesMate.
Step 2: On the home screen of iMyFone TunesMate, select "Transfer iTunes Media to iDevice". All the media files in your iTunes library will be scanned.
Step 3: Once the list of your files have been scanned, they will all be checked. So you get to choose the ones you would like to transfer. Click on "Transfer" to start transferring the files. When transfer is completed, click "Ok".
Transfer Media Files from Computer to iPhone
Step 1: Launch iMyFone TunesMate on your PC and connect your Apple device with a USB Cable.
Step 2: Click on the file tab you would like to transfer.
Step 3: Click "Add > Add File/Folder" to transfer any file from your computer.
Step 4: If the files you want to transfer are not much or there are specific ones you want to share, click on "Add File". Then locate the file directory or folder and select the files one after the other. If you want to transfer a whole folder, select "Add Folder" and locate the folder you would like to transfer.
Step 5: To complete the transfer from computer to your iPhone, click on "Open" and your files get moved.
Method 2: Reinstall iTunes
iTunes components might as well be one of the most likely reasons why iTunes error 45075 happen. In the process of upgrading your iTunes, some old components may have huge effects on the installation and in order to have your iTunes installed successfully, try and remove these old software components. To remove these old components, go to control panel and start uninstalling one after the other in the following order;
- Apple software update
- Apple Mobile Device Support
- Apple Application Support 32-bit/64-bit
Then, download iTunes installation package from its official website and open it with any program extractor that you have on your computer.
Method 3: Check Windows Firewall
Your operations may be stopped by security software, try the following steps to fix iTunes error 45075.
Step 1: Press the Windows Key and the R button. Then type the text; "firewall.cpl" in the line.
Step 2: Once the window firewall comes up, check to see if the items are colored green.
Step 3: If the screen is colored red, some on-screen instructions will come up; follow them.
Step 4: Click on the checkbox that says "Allow an app or feature through Windows firewall", then select "Change settings".
Step 5: Check if iTunes is chosen in both private and public networks and Bonjour is selected only in private network.
You can also refer to the following video tutorial: