iTunes generates specific Lockdown certificates for devices that are synced with your Windows or Mac devices. And this is why iTunes is detected automatically with your synced devices. These lockdown certificate store UDID data of all the devices that are synced with your iTunes.
You can intervene in this process only for emergency purposes. And we advise you not to remove, copy, cut, rename, or move them if it is not required.
The guide below explains how to reset iTunes Lockdown folder for Mac and Windows. But before we proceed with the steps refer to the next section to locate the Lockdown folder on your device.
Reset iTunes Lockdown Folder on Mac and Windows: DONE
Hopefully, the above steps helped you in resetting the lockdown folder of your iTunes. These steps are quite simple yet workable. However, it is recommended to not mess up with these files until and unless there is an emergency.
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Akshara is an Engineer turned Technical Writer. She is a tech reader who aims to deliver the best of her knowledge to the readers without complicating it. If not writing you can find her in the kitchen, because no place serves the good tea.
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