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Top 6 Solutions to Fix iTunes Error 0xE80000A 
As far as Apple users are concerned, iTunes error 0xE800000A is a common iOS system issue.
In the using iPhone or iPad process, the error usually occurs as the following form: “iTunes
could not connect to this iPhone. An unknown error has occurred (0xE800000A).”
What did error 0xE800000A mean? In that case, your PC cannot recognize your iOS devices
successfully. In this passage, you will figure out some reasons for this error. Of course, it is the
most important part to get the solutions to fix iTunes error 0xE800000A.
Part 1. The reasons for error 0xE80000A
In this paragraph, you will get the knowledge of some common causes. There are 5 categories.
# 1 hardware issues
1.Damaged Apple USB cable/port
2.Your iTunes is not the latest version
3.The iTunes software is installed incompletely
4.Your iOS or iPadOS device is locked
5.Your device is turned off
6.Influenced by your other devices plugging on PC
7.Some processes in your system background disturb
8.You refuse Trust the Computer
9.Your computer has something wrong.
Part 2. How do I fix error 0xE80000A?
If the error exits all the time, your iDevice is equal to a useless one. Here will show you some
ways to repair iTunes error 0xE800000A.
# Method 1: Check for some external factors
1. Inspect the connection between your iDevice and computer. Is the cable loose? Then
reconnect it. The cable cannot work? Try another cable.
2. Check for the network on your iOS device.
3. Try another computer.
# Method 2: Inspect some internal conditions of the device and the computer.
1. Upgrading your Windows operating system.
2. Restart both your device and computer.
3. Select Trust the computer when your iDevice plugging in.
# Method 3: Reset Lockdown folder
If the iTunes version is latest, error still displays. Then you can try to reset Lockdown folder.
Step 1: Press Windows + R to the Run box. Input %ProgramData% into the Open field, and
then click OK.
Step 2: Select the Apple file and double click it.
Step 3: Choose the Lockdown folder with right-click. Rename the folder to Lockdown.old.
# Method 4: Upgrade the iTunes to the latest version
If the cable works well, then there may be something wrong in iTunes, such as its outdated
version. You can try the second solution as the following step:
Run iTunes-> Click the Help button-> Select Check for Updates
# Method 5: Uninstall and reinstall iTunes
This method is the most effective and direct. But is fit for some Windows 10 users to fix their
iTunes error 0xE80000A. The steps are so complex.
Here’s how to delete iTunes and reinstall it:
1) In the search bar, type iTunes.
2) Right-click the iTunes application on the search results and select the last option Uninstall.
3) Wait for the process to complete.
4) Restart your PC and open the Control Panel.
5) Select Apps & Features.
6) Remove the following programs in chronological order:
Apple Software Update;
Apple Mobile Device Support;
Apple Application Support (32-bit);
Apple Application Support (64-bit).
After uninstalling Tunes successfully from your Windows 10 computer, reinstall iTunes. Get
the latest version of iTunes from the Microsoft Store. Follow its guide to install it. Restart your
Note: If something wrong in iTunes, these methods above are kind of complicated. If you have
taken all the measures and the error still occurs, then you can try a third-party system repair
tool as follows. Via Joyoshare, you don’t need complex operations. With several clicks, you can
repair error 0xE80000A.
Part 3. An easier way to repair the unknown error
Joyoshare UltFix (iOS System Recovery) is an extraordinary iOS repair tool. It can fix 30+
system issues, including most of iTunes errors (0xE80000A, 9006, 14, 54), black screen, stuck
in DFU mode, etc. Joyoshare is compatible with the latest iOS 13. Most important of all, this
kind of iOS system recovery can ensure no data loss. In addition, it offers free Enter/Exit
Recovery Mode, which can solve some basic system problems.
Why do you choose Joyoshare:
Easy to use
Not lose your data
Fix more than 30 system issues
How to fix iTunes error 0xE800000A with 4 simple steps:
Step 1: Download and install Joyoshare UltFix. Launch it. When the main screen display, you
can click the Enter Recovery Mode first, and then click the start button.
Step 2: Select one of the two repair modes. Standard mode can effectively fix the error
0xE80000A. Advanced Mode has more powerful functions. If you want to remove your screen
passcode or get your device into Factory Reset, the latter will be better.
Step 3: Download the firmware package. It can automatically recognize your device’s version
and download a suitable one. In this process, you can downgrade your iOS version. And then
verifying the package.
Step 4: Begin to get rid of the error 0xE80000A. Press the Repair button and wait it finished.
You have to make sure the cable connects the device and the computer in the whole repairing
In my opinion:
If I met error 0xE80000A, my first choice is to inspect external conditions, including inspecting
a useless cable. Then you can use another USB cable. Also, switching another computer is a
nice choice. If hardware has nothing wrong, then check for iTunes itself. There are many
methods above. If you don’t want to waste your time, directly apply Joyoshare Ultfix. This
software can fix 30+ iOS system issues without data loss, not only error 0xE80000A. If some
similar errors appear in your lifetime, you still can use it to repair.