The iTunes error 50 usually occurs when you connect your iOS device to iTunes but then iTunes is unable to access the database server. There are several factors that can cause this problem such as a network problem, a firewall issue, Windows registry error, or an anti-virus protection just to name a few. To fix this problem you should follow the troubleshooting steps listed below.
How To Fix iTunes Error 50
- Make sure the computer you are using is connected to the Internet.
- Unplug and plug your iOS device to your computer.You should also try to use a different USB cable and another USB port of your computer.
- Uninstall iTunes from your computer then install the latest version.
- Sometimes firewalls or antivirus software will stop any operations from iTunes, which may be thought as a suspicious program. Try to disable or uninstall your security software then check if the issue still occurs.
- Use CCleaner to clean your computer registry.
- Try using a different computer.
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