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My Mum has an iPhone which is showing the wrong email address when logging into iTunes.

On the PC, the iTunes store is logged in in the correct email, but when accessing the iTunes store from the iPhone, it automatically uses the wrong account.

They have 1 PC with 2 iTunes libraries for 2 iPhones. Everything is simple & working fine on the PC, but with the iPhones the wrong account details come up all the time.

Any ideas?
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on the phone open up Settings - Store

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So simple. I don't have an iPhone - as you can see!

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Unfortunately, you can't change the e-mail address from there. I believe you have to be logged into your iTunes account on you computer, attach the iPhone and sync it to get the e-mail address to change. You can change the e-mail address if you log in from there, but that assumes it is the right e-mail for the account to begin with.


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