Now, while this kind of problem is not unheard of, it is quite rare. Just recently for example, Sparrow for i OS kept crashing after showing its start screen the moment I tried to open it.On some occasions, some i Phone, i Pad or i Pod Touch users might suffer from their apps crashing out of a sudden for no apparent reason.Let’s take a look at what is behind each of these uncommon app crashes and at the ways to solve them.The first of the causes for sudden app crashes on the i Phone is an error of i OS, where it seems to “forget” your i Tunes password.I tried this one myself since Sparrow for i OS stopped working for me after its latest update and none of the methods above seemed to work.Thankfully, I had a backup of the the previous version of Sparrow’s . Important note: Don’t forget that in order to use this method you will need a copy of the .Suddenly, there is a blink and then you are back on your Home screen.You tap on the app again but it doesn’t open and in fact it keeps crashing again and again.
When I connect my i Phone via USB to my laptop, it just charges. I restarted the i Tunes and my i Phone too, but nothing happened.Errors during i Tunes updates have never occurred for me till now, and I hope they won't in future. Is it necessary to have all these processes running when I'm not even running i Tunes?Hi Guys: I saw this error since previous i Tunes version for Windows i Tunes 11..1.3 and only occur when update directly when open i Tunes. Some of these processes include: i Pod Service.exe, i Tunes Helper.exe, Apple Mobile Device Service.exe, MDNSResponder.exe, and probably a couple of instances of the current i Tunes version i Tunes 11.1.4 for Windows I don't know if still occur because the way how to figure out it is Download i Tunes from the page the download once is complete download select run or look from downloads folder open and select Run allows the changes and follow the i Tunes directions and finally click finish. There's also another process that runs every once in a while with a name something like Acro32I'm running the current version 11.14 and I haven't any issues. I'd like to stop i Tunes from hijacking CPU and memory when I'm not using it.In this case the solution is more straightforward: Just delete the app and re-download it.