How To Recover Disable Apple Account?
Recover Disable Apple Account
Enter your Apple id username
On the I forgot website enter your Apple id username. This is usually the email address that you were used to create your Apple id, what it is by looking at your Apple devices you can find out.
First of all, you need to go to the settings on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod, and tap on your name.
If you are a Mac user, then you should go to the Apple menu then system preferences and apple id.
Alternatively, you open the app store, iTunes, or Apple music and look for your Apple id username inside those applications. If you still do not know your Apple id username, then try to sign in with any old email address which you were used in the past.
Enter your personal details
Apple might be asked by you to answer security questions or enter a phone number connected to your account. If you have your own iPhone, then this is not necessarily the same phone number you use for your mobile. To verify your identity with Apple you need to answer these security questions. If you are unable to give the answer to your security questions, then you should contact directly from Apple support.
To unlock your disabled Apple id, use your Apple device
To your connected Apple devices Apple tries to send a notification. If you have used your device, unlock it and tap on allow the option to unlock you disable Apple id. Or you can also do this to enter a verification code or follow prompts to reset your password if someone else was attempting to access your account. Hopefully, you have unlocked your Apple id. If you are failed to unlock your Apple id, then keep following the below instructions for more help.
To unlock your disabled Apple id, you can use a verification code
If you did not get a notification, then click on the option of unable to use the device. This prompts Apple to text a six-digit verification code to the phone number which is registered to your account. Apple might be asking for your recovery key. When you activated two-step authentication on your account this is a long code Apple created. At that time, Apple would have prompted you to print it out and keep it safe. You just enter the requested codes which were followed by your Apple id password, to unlock your account.
You fix that error “Your account is disabled” on iPhone, iPad and Mac.
Easily Fix Your Disabled Account on iTunes & App Store
“Your account has been disabled in the App Store and iTunes”. If you’ve been locked out of your App Store account due to entering the wrong password multiple times, you’ll have to wait 24 hours and try again. In this case, Apple only locks you out temporarily. Keep in mind that if you don’t enter the wrong password, your account may be disabled for a long period of time – even permanently.
Here are some other methods that you can try and get your Apple ID back.
Unlock your Apple ID
- If you’ve forgotten your Apple ID password, you can easily find your Apple ID by following the steps to reset it.
- First you have to go to https://iforgot.apple.com/.
- You will then need to enter your Apple ID (email)
- Then Click “Continue
- You’ll need to enter the phone number that your Apple ID is associated with your account.
- You’ll need to follow the prompts on your iPhone, Mac, or iPad to reset your password
If you’re using an iPhone or iPad to change your Apple ID password, you’ll need to enter your device’s six-digit passcode, then enter a new password.
Reset your Apple ID Password
You can easily reset your Apple ID, for that you just have to follow the steps given below.
- First you have to open the Settings app on your iPhone.
- After that you have to tap on your profile name.
- After that again you have to choose “Password & Security”.
- Now you need to enter your Apple ID password.
- First log out and need to log in to Apple ID
- then choose your name
- Now you have to tap on Sign Out.
- Now enter your Apple ID password.
- And then finally you have to try signing back in and check if you still see the error message.
First of all, you have to tap on the Apple logo on the top left from the menu bar.
- Then you select “System Preferences”.
- Now you have to select “Apple ID” present in the upper right corner.
- Now tap on “Overview” (Note: If you’re using macros Catalina or earlier, you’ll need to select “iCloud”)
Follow the on-screen prompts to save whatever data you want