“When you connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to a computer, you will encounter a “Trust This Computer” prompt. This is an added security measure to ensure that you trust the computer, as connected computers can access your device’s photos, videos, contacts, documents, and other files.”
“Trusted computers remain unchanged until you either disconnect them or switch to another trusted computer.
Every time you connect your iPhone to a computer, you will see the “Trust This Computer” alert on your device.
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However, some users may not see this alert, leading to potential security threats. If an unknown computer can connect without the “Trust This Computer” prompt appearing, it increases the risk of data breaches.
If you are experiencing this issue, don’t worry, we are going to try a few troubleshooting steps to resolve the problem of the “Trust This Computer” message not showing on your iPhone.”
How to Fix “Trust This Computer” Alert Not Showing on Your iPhone?
The first basic troubleshooting step to follow whenever you face any issues on your iPhone or iPad is to restart your iPhone. This step can fix most of the hiccups on your iPhone.
I have made a video tutorial on restarting your iPhone with FaceID or with TouchID,
If this step doesn’t work, kindly follow the alternative troubleshooting steps to fix the “Trust This Computer” alert not showing on your iPhone.
Reset Location and Privacy
The immediate step to resolve the issue is to “Reset Location and Privacy” on your iPhone.
Open Settings app > General > Reset > Reset Location and Privacy to Reset your iPhone Location and Privacy.
After performing this troubleshooting step, check if you see the alert message by connecting your iPhone to a computer. If the “Trust This Computer” message is still not showing on your iPhone, let’s move on to the next troubleshooting step.
Reset Network Settings
Try resetting your network settings; it may work this time.
To “Reset your Network Settings” Open Settings app > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.
Update Your Mac
If still, the “Trust This Computer” message is not showing on your iPhone after connecting to a computer, then check whether your mac version is up to date; if you have an outdated version of mac, that may lead to the issue too. Kindly try updating your mac.
How to Update Your Mac? To update your mac, Click “Apple Menu” on the top of the screen > Select “System Preferences” > Select “Software Update” and try updating your mac.
I hope this step should help resolve the issue; after updating your mac or Windows, kindly check whether you see that prompt message by connecting your iPhone to a computer.
By following these 3 easy steps, you can fix the “Trust This Computer” message not showing on your iPhone.
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