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I just authorized iTunes against a laptop and I was expecting it to be my third of five computers authorized on my iTunes account. But iTunes said it was the fourth. Go to iTunes on a computer and select your Account on the right hand side of the window towards the top once you are signed in.
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Select Manage Devices under iTunes in the Cloud. All computers in this list count against the 5 total computer authorizations each Apple ID can have. The question asks about computer Authorization. But some of the answers here confuse Authorization with Association. I'd like to clarify the terms first, using Apple's own definitions, then answer the question. Authorization refers to computers only. Authorizing a computer allows you to play media purchased from the iTunes Store with a specific Apple ID. In order to use apps, audiobooks, books, DRM-protected music, and movies on a computer it must be Authorized.
Each Apple ID can authorize a maximum of 5 computers. You can deauthorize each computer individually. If you've forgotten which computers you have authorized in the past, there is not a way to list all authorized computers. Apple only tells you the number that are authorized. However, once a year you can Deauthorize All computers from within your iTunes Store account settings.
More information about Authorization can be found in this Apple Tech Note. Association allows you to download past iTunes purchases onto a different device. Apple calls this iTunes in the Cloud. In addition, association allows the use of Apple features such as iTunes Match and Automatic Downloads. You can associate up to 10 devices with each Apple ID. By device Apple means an iOS gadget or an authorized computer.
Since every associated computer must also be authorized that limits you to 5 associated computers for these features. So you can associate one computer and 9 other devices, or 5 computers and 5 other devices, but not 9 computers and 1 other device. You're limited to 5 computers. There is a list of associated devices which can be found in the Account section if iTunes Store. For more information on Association see this Apple Tech Note.
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So the only way to determine which computers are authorized is by trial and error: If after doing this the iTunes Store still says you have authorized computers, you only have one option: Use the Deauthorize All feature of iTunes Store, and then reauthorize the computers you own. But keep in mind, Apple only allows you to Deauthorize All once every twelve months. You can't view a list of your associated devices or remove any of your associated devices using an Android phone, but Android phones do count against your ten-device limit.
More information about Authorization and Association can be found on the View and remove your associated devices in iTunes page.
It looks like there is no way to see which specific computers are authorized; you can only see how many are authorized. Per this Apple discussion thread, you will have to deauthorize all of them and reauthorize only the ones you want to be able to play. To see what computers are authorized you have to go to directly to the apple website appleid. This is different from going to your account via the iTunes app itself. On your account on the apple website, you will see all computers including Apple TV. When I did this, there were 2 authorized computers that I had previously used that showed up online but did not show up when I went through my iTunes app account.
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Ask Question. How do I find out what machines are authorized against my account? Ian C. That list is completely wrong.
It shows two Macs should be three -- neither of which are the new Mac I just added. An iPad and two iPhones.
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I thought iDevices didn't count, it was only computers. Open a ticket with iTunes billing support if the information is outdated or incorrect. They can and should reset things if your account doesn't match what iTunes lists. The once a year reset does complicate things since some older computers could be authorized against the "last 5 slots" and not the "current 5 slots". My list is empty. But apparently I have authorized five devices already since Home Sharing cannot be activated on my Mac.
If the above fails, you might need to delete the files that store your authorization information. If the file is corrupted in some way, deleting it will force iTunes to recreate it, thus possibly stopping repeated authorization requests. First, quit iTunes and any other apps until only the Finder is running. Click on the Go menu at the top of your screen and choose Go to Folder. Find the SC Info folder, then click and drag it to your Trash.
Empty your trash and then restart your Mac. Open iTunes and authorize your computer the regular way; it should work now. Remember that you can authorize up to five computers for each Apple ID, and you can authorize your Mac for as many different Apple IDs as you like, provided you know the password for each. How to get p YouTube videos in iPad Safari. Celebrate Presidents Day with new gear, lessons and apps [Deals].
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