iOS 7 Push Notifications Not Working [ How To Solve ]


Buying an Apple Product is a little difficult as compare to any other device and now even using them is quite expensive if any problem occurs, I mean searching for a solution of a Problem even if it is a Symbian is an easy task, but for Apple Products there aren’t many ways to solve them except the only and the Big one, which is said to be the last an only option for any user. Factory reset a device is the final and last option but it seems like in Apple devices it is a more often experience for users to Factory Reset their device even if it is a simple Problem.


Today our Discussion is about Push Notifications, after the release of iOS 7 users have Experience this problem more than any other and there are many solutions available on net but seems like none worked except for a good factory reset. We will share with you What kinds of problem that usually occurs and give the solutions that usually works for the users.

Problem That Usually Occurs:

  1. “Cannot connect to YouTube”
  2. “Connect to iTunes to use Push notifications”

You will even see the Connect To iTunes Screen on Reboot.


Solutions To Solve Such Problems:

Solution No. 1:

  1. Download iTunes Latest Version.
  2. Make Sure that your PC/Mac has an Active Internet Connection.
  3. Connect your device with PC.
  4. After the Sync Completes, you will get your Youtube Access Back along with Push Notifications
  5. If any Message appears about downloading something, just allow it, it will download a Package update and your problem will be sloved

Solution No. 2:

  1. Download RedSn0w latest Version.
  2. Connect your device with PC.
  3. Open RedSn0w.
  4. Click on Extras
  5. Click on Even More.
  6. Click on Deactivate.
  7. Your Device will be deactivated and you will see an Activate Screen.
  8. Open iTunes on your Computer.
  9. iTunes will detect a Deactivated iDevice and tries to Activate it.
  10. Just wait a little and Enjoy your iDevice with Push Notifications Enabled

Solution No. 3 (Easy But Not Recommended)

  1. Back-up all your Data using iTunes or iCloud (recommended)
  2. Do a Factory Reset
  3. Restore Data From iCloud.
  4. Voila! everything is back in Business

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