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So i went to do my updates last night and was confronted with this.



I have no idea how this happened. Checked on my laptop and my account is saying I'm set up for the UK store.

The strange thing is I am actually emigrating in 18 months and I think my phone is a bit more eager than me.

Please any ideas on how to fix this? its bloody annoying.
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If you've already made sure in iTunes your CC is in the UK - first thing I'd try would be to log out of your Apple ID on the phone and then log back in.

Settings - iTunes & App Store - tap on your apple ID and a screen will pop up to log out.

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Thanks for the reply.
It has fixed itself just as strangely as it broke itself. Hope it does not happen again.
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