How to fix iTunes error 11222
iTunes is a very important and useful application that you can use in Mac as well as Windows computer to repair, recover, transfer or to download apps or to play music. You can use this application in a wide range. But sometimes when you try to use this application to download any apps from it then it doesn’t allow you to complete the process and gives you a very strange error message i.e. iTunes error 11222. Due to the prompting of this error code you cannot be able to access the computer anymore. It mainly happens due to the outdated or incompatible version of the iTunes application. You can use some manual processes to get rid of this issue. You can also use MacKeeper tool to fix this problem automatically.
What are the causes of iTunes error code 11222 –
Many causes are there that are responsible for the prompting of iTunes error 11222 like outdated version of the iTunes, internet disconnection, incomplete installation of the Mac OS, incorrect iTunes configuration, improper deletion of the files related to iTunes, virus or malware infection, etc.
How to fix iTunes error 11222 –
To get rid of the iTunes error code 11222 you should follow the below mentioned manual method:
- First of all uninstall the iTunes and Quicktime application from your computer.
- Now delete the entire components of the iTunes and Quicktime application.
- Reinstall the iTunes application. Make sure that the version you are going to install should be the latest version.
- Try to remove the virus from your Mac.
Reset the firewall settings.
With the help of the above manual method you will be able to fix iTunes error 11222 easily. But since this manual method requires a deep technical knowledge to complete the process, so you should use MacKeeper tool to fix the problem automatically.
MacKeeper tool will help you to get rid of the entire iTunes errors in the Mac OS automatically. It will repair the errors and recovers the lost important files in the Mac. The tool will also help you to enhance the performance of the Mac amazingly.