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SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS http://bit.ly/PianoAppSale Mahalo audio expert Joey Biagas gives a tutorial on authorizing and deauthorizing iTunes within your computer. Why Authorize and Deauthorize? --------------------------------------------------------------------- In order to make sure that your information is secure and your account is being used by you specifically, Apple requires you to authorize your iTunes account on a device in order to access it.If you're using a device other than your home computer, you can still use your iTunes, as long as you authorize the device first. Apple gives you?five different authorization accounts for your one account.Deauthorizing is useful if you want to use iTunes on a public or shared computer. You can authorize iTunes in order to access your information, and when you're finished, you can deauthorize it. Authorizing --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. In the top menu, click Store -- Authorize This Computer...2. In the Authorize This Computer window, enter your Apple ID into the top field and your iTunes password into the field below it. Click Authorize. Deauthorizing --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. In the top menu, click Store -- Deauthorize This Computer...2. In the Deauthorize This Computer window, enter your Apple ID into the top field and your iTunes password into the field below it. Click Deauthorize.?A dialog box should pop up saying, "This computer has been successfully deauthorized." Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/authorize-and-de-authorize-itunes/
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