Problems connecting to the iTunes Store are usually caused by two issues — incorrect date and time settings and obsolete software. First, make sure that your date, time and time zone settings are correct. This will ensure that you can sync with iTunes Store servers.
An old version of iTunes may not recognize your iPhone. Update iTunes and then attempt to connect the iPhone again. Update operating system software. Update Windows or update macOS and see if this takes care of any software glitches or hidden bugs that caused the iPhone-to-iTunes connection problem.
Make sure all your devices, including the hotspot, have the latest operating system updates. These updates are designed to solve many critical issues including connectivity. Check your device manual and follow the directions for updating the device before trouble shooting hotspot connection issues.
Put your device in recovery mode and set it up again Make sure that your Mac is up to date. If you're using iTunes, make sure you have the latest version of iTunes. On a Mac with macOS Catalina or later, open Finder. On a Mac with macOS Mojave or earlier, or on a PC, open iTunes.
If you tap Trust or Don't Trust but doesn't accept your answer, or if the Trust alert won't appear, follow these steps. Try again after each: Make sure that your computer has the latest version of macOS or the latest version of iTunes. Disconnect and reconnect your device from your computer.
Check where your phone is plugged in If you're charging your iPhone from a computer's USB port, make sure the computer is fully awake (not in sleep or hibernation mode). Also try a different USB port, in case the USB port you were using has failed.
Solution: Unplug the Elgato Game Capture HD hardware from the Mac or PC, and video source. Wait a minute, and then attach everything again. 3) The connection between Elgato Gaming device and the computer may be damaged or defective. Solution: If the Elgato Gaming unit is connected via USB, then try another USB cable.
The first thing to check when Cricut will not connect to Design Space is the internet speed. To use Cricut with Design Space, your internet download speed must be at least 2 Mbps, and the minimum upload speed is 1 to 2 Mbps. Run an internet speed test to determine if yours is up to these recommended speeds.
Fully close or force close the app and then relaunch it. Restart your streaming device and/or computer: Follow the device manufacturer's instructions to do this or perform a hard reset by unplugging the device from power for 1 minute, then rebooting.
Your camera may only be able to connect to 2.4Ghz and not 5Ghz (or vice versa), so it can get stuck attempting to connect to both frequencies of your dual-band router. To fix the issue of the Zmodo camera not connecting to the internet just rename the separate SSDI's (WiFi name) so you can differentiate between them.
Unplug the power adapter from the printer, then plug it securely back in. Unplug the power cable from the power adapter, then plug it securely back in. If the problem persists, unplug the power cable from the power outlet and plug it into a different outlet. Make sure to use an outlet you know for sure is working.
Ensure that bluetooth is enabled on your iPhone, and that your iPhone is placed in your Osmo with the Osmo powered on. In the Bluetooth Devices screen in the Pro Camera settings, tap Search for devices. A list of available Osmo devices nearby will be displayed. Select the Osmo you would like to connect to.