This guide will take you step by step through the process of getting iTunes to work on a Mac running macOS Catalina (10.15).
Reinstall Itunes On My Computer
Restart your Mac and try reinstalling iTunes. Ejtrowbridge macrumors newbie. Original poster. Apr 26, 2005 18 0 San Francisco, CA. Jun 14, 2005 #11. ITunes forever changed the way people experienced music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts. It all changes again with three all-new, dedicated apps — Apple Music, Apple TV, and Apple Podcasts — each designed from the ground up to be the best way to enjoy entertainment on your Mac. If iTunes performance is what’s giving you trouble, proceed to reinstalling it on your Mac. How to Uninstall iTunes from Mac. Before you jump into completely deleting iTunes from your Mac, try downloading the latest version from Apple and running the installer. It should reinstall the app and potentially solve the problems you are dealing with. Step 4: Once you finish the cleanup, you will see Zero KB on the right of the iTunes files. Reinstall iTunes on Mac. If you uninstall iTunes on Mac to fix things, you may need to re-install iTunes back. Here are 2 ways to re-install iTunes to Mac computer. The first method is to download iTunes form App Store. Open the launch pad, and select.
While plenty of people are glad iTunes is gone, that doesn’t mean everyone is happy about it. Using the free and open source app Retroactive, getting iTunes back on your Mac is a breeze. Note: this amazing app also allows you to install Aperture and iPhoto in macOS Catalina.
- Head over to the Retroactive home page and click the large Click to download the Retroactive app link.
- After you’ve opened and extracted the contents of the .zip file, instead of double-clicking the app to run it, right-click (or ctrl + click) it.
- Select Open from the context menu.
- In all likelihood, an error message will appear. Don’t fret, just click OK
- Right-click the app again and select Open
- This time the error message should include an Open button – click it.
- Select iTunes – you can re-run the app and install Aperture or iPhoto later if you’d like.
- Choose the version of iTunes you’d like to install and then click Continue
- Before the installation can start you’ll need to authenticate, so click the Authenticate button.
- Enter the same username and password you use to sign into your Mac and click OK
- Now you may want to go grab yourself a cup of tea or coffee – this is probably going to take a while.
- Before the installation can finish you’ll need to authenticate yet again.
- Finally! Click the Launch iTunes button.
- Ta-da! Now you have iTunes up and running on your Mac again :)
- Going forward you can launch iTunes from your Applications folder the same way you used to.