“If you enter the wrong passcode on an iOS device too many times, you'll be locked out and a message will say that your device is disabled,” the company explains.
This weird alert usually pops on the screen when you enter an incorrect passcode too many times or the battery dies unexpectedly. The error message is actually a security measure against brute-forcing.
It becomes disabled for 1 minute if you enter the wrong passcode 6 times in a row. If you get a call while entering the passcode it "remembers" how many times you have entered the wrong passcode.
If your device says that it is disabled, and to try again in 1 minute, this is because the incorrect pass code has been entered 5 times. For every following incorrect attempt, the time for which you're locked out will increase. Eventually, you'll run out of chances and be prompted to connect to iTunes.
Other times the message asks you to try again in 5 minutes or to connect to iTunes. The cause is almost always the same: An incorrect passcode has been entered too many times. The passcode is an iPhone security measure that requires you to enter a numbered password to unlock the device.
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The steps to use iTunes are:
In many cases “Apple ID has been disabled” means that you have unpaid bills in App Store or iTunes. If you can access your Apple ID, check your payment method and verify your billing information. Also, make sure all the info is up-to-date.
Using the wrong Apple ID or password over and over can lead to your account being disabled in the App Store and iTunes. Before locking you out, Apple provides you a limited number of tries to enter the right password.
To do this, open Start - choose Settings – System - Power & sleep - Additional power settings. Choose your preferred plan, e.g. Balanced, then choose 'Change plan settings'. Check the settings: 'Turn off the display' and 'Put the computer to sleep' to 'Never'.
The steps to use iTunes are:
Might be a cookies or history (cache) glitch Go to your Safari menu bar, click Safari > Preferences then select the Privacy tab then click: It may take a minute or two for cookies to populate then click Remove All. Quit then relaunch Safari to test.
If you open an iMessage group chat and see the 'Join' button lurking in the upper-right corner, it simply means that other members of the group are on a group FaceTime call.
If your Apple account failed to update, you can have a try to sign out and sign in your iCloud account again to check whether the Messages in iCloud is Currently Disabled error is fixed or not. To do so: Open Settings > [Your Name] > Sign Out. Step 2: Turn Off/On Messages App in iCloud.
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Go to Settings, Connections, WiFi, Advanced, make sure Smart Network Switch is off. Uncheck Auto Connect, Check the WiFi On During Sleep setting, tap the Wi-Fi control history and see if it looks correct or has an app been taking control. I have the same phone and version and the issue happened at about the same time.