Do you need to learn how to put a lock on a backup iTunes? If so, you have fortunately come to the right place. It is so important to use locks on our iTunes files if we want to keep them secure and safe. Fortunately putting a lock on a backup iTunes is very easy. All you have to do is follow these simple steps.
Things you will need to put a lock on a backup iTunes:
- Internet connection
- iTunes application
- iTunes username/password
- Open iTunes on your PC. If you are not already signed in, then sign in. You will need your username and password. If you do not have it, you can easily enter your username and request an email of your password. Having this information readily available makes the task easier and faster. It is always important to keep up with your
- Locate the "advanced link." Once you are signed in look for the "advanced" icon near the top of the screen. It will be visible near the File, Edit, and View links are. "Advanced" will be all the way to the far right of the links near the top left hand corner." Click on "advanced" and proceed to the next step.
- Click the tab "authorize audible account." When you click on the tab you will link, you will have put a lock on all current files and backup iTunes. You can sign out after this or you can continue to browse iTunes. You can re-do the lock by signing in and doing the same procedure over. This way, none of your back-up files can be deleted by accident without your permission. No one wants to come home and find out their back-ups have been deleted by accident.
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