How to fix iTunes error 1667
iTunes application is a very dynamic application that helps you to perform many functions in your iOS devices like iPhone, iPod or iPad. You can restore, repair, transfer, recover or do many things using this application. But sometimes when you connect your iOS device to the computer using an USB cable and launch the iTunes in the computer to get into the iTunes app store then you may get iTunes error 1667 or iTunes store error 1667 on your computer screen. You cannot be able to see update your iPhone using iTunes application. So fix this issue using some manual methods or you can also use MacKeeper Tool to fix this issue automatically.
Frequent popping up of the iTunes error 1667, crashing of the various applications, unable to perform any functions by iTunes, slow Mac performance, etc are some of the symptoms that you can see in your computer.
What are the causes –
Main causes for the prompting of this error code is older or incompatible version of iTunes, internet disconnection, firewall interruption, incomplete Mac installation, Misconfiguration of iTunes settings, damaged USB cable and USB port, interference by the antivirus, etc.
How to fix iTunes error 1667 –
- Install the compatible or fresh version of iTunes in your computer.
- Check the internet connection.
- Change the firewall settings.
- Temporarily disable the antivirus program.
- Reconfigure the iTunes settings manually.
- Change the USB cable and port.
- Remove the entire external USBs from the computer.
With the above manual steps you will be able to fix the issue of iTunes error 1667 very easily. But you should have a deep technical knowledge to apply these steps to your system. So in this case you can use MacKeeper Tool to fix the problem automatically.
MacKeeper Tool will help you to troubleshoot the issue of Mac and iTunes very easily. You can repair the iTunes Misconfiguration and other errors with the help of MacKeeper Tool automatically. This tool will scan the whole system after launching and enhance the performance of the computer incredibly.