If you are a Windows user, more often than not when you connect your iOS device to your PC, you will get a message pop up asking if you trust this computer. It doesn’t matter how many times you say yes to this message, it just keeps on appearing.
Image : Trust This Computer on iOS 7
For those of you who are getting irritated by this there are a couple of things you can try to stop it from appearing. Nobody knows why the message appears, whether it is a software issue or a problem with the USB cable.
Here are 3 ways to stop this message from appearing:
Update your Windows drivers to support Apple Mobile devices
- On your PC, open Control Panel
- Click on Hardware and Sounds
- Click on Device Manager
- Now right-click on your iOS device name and select Properties
- Select the Hardware tab and then Properties
- Now choose Driver and select Update Driver
- Type in C:/Program Files/Common Files/Apple/Mobile Device Support/Drivers
- Look for a driver called usbaap164 – click on it to download it.
Disable the Driver
- Open your Control Panel
- Select Hardware & Sounds
- Select Device Manager
- Select the iOS device and right-click it
- Select Properties, then Hardware
- Select Properties > Driver, and then click on Disable
The pop up message should now not appear and your iOS device should now charge properly when connected.
Make sure iTunes is up to date
- Delete all Apple programs from your PC. Do this by going into Control Panel > Programs and Features. Delete iTunes, Apple Mobile Support, Apple Software Update, anything that is remotely connected to Apple
- Reboot your PC and then reinstall iTunes, making sure it is the latest version.
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