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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by islandman, Feb 8, 2016.
Go to Settings - General - Restrictions. If you've set up a passcode, enter it. If you didn't, set up a passcode, and make sure that you don't forget it.
Then scroll to Allowed Content - Password Settings and tap it.
Under "Purchases and In-App-Purchases", select "Always Require", and enable "Require Password" in Free Downloads:
Thank you, I will follow that through in the morning, it's lights out time now,
It is well past noon now and have just followed your instructions. I'm happy to say they were explicit enough for this old duffa to follow and have tried it out, by installing an app (since removed) and my ID was requested. I can only assume that when ios updates, some settings can be changed. Eitherway, it now requests and that's what I wanted, thanks.
The first is that using AppZap pro, I have selected something FREE, entered my password but they say it is wrong and want further verification. I look at screen presented and note that although I had updated my profile due to an address change and phone number, the old one's are still showing. I have endevoured to update this many times but still it presents my old details.
Maybe this will help (if you haven't tried it so far):
Go to Settings - iTunes & App Store, tap your Apple ID and sign out. Restart your iPad, then sign in again.
Or sign in to this site:
and make sure the information there is correct. Edit wrong information, if necessary.
Then try the procedure above once more (sign out - sign in).