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How do I bypass this accessory may not be supported?

How do I bypass this accessory may not be supported?

Try Connecting The Device Again The first thing to do when your iPhone says “This accessory may not be supported” is try connecting it again. Tap the Dismiss button and pull your accessory out of your iPhone’s Lightning port. Plug it back in to see if the same pop-up appears.

What do you do when your iPhone cable is not certified?

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  1. Remove any debris from the charging port on the bottom of your device.
  2. Restart your iOS device.
  3. Try a different USB cable or charger.
  4. Make sure that you have the latest version of iOS.
  5. Contact Apple Support to set up service.

How do I fix unsupported accessories on my iPhone?

How do I fix an “Accessory Not Supported” message on my device?

  1. Remove any debris from the charging port on your device and try again.
  2. Restart your device and try again.
  3. Update your device to the latest software version and try again (this is important!)
  4. Try using the same charging cable with a different power source.

How do you clean an Apple charging port?

Turn off your iPhone by going to Settings > General > Shut Down. Grab a small toothpick, or roll a paper or cotton product into a small tip. Carefully insert the tip into the port and jiggle it to loosen dirt or debris. Give the port another burst of compressed air to help remove anything you’ve loosened.

Why does my iPad say this cable or accessory is not certified?

The Lightning connector might fall off, get very hot, or not fit your device properly. You might be unable to sync or charge your iPhone or iPad with the cable, too. That’s why the message warns “This cable or accessory is not certified and may not work reliably with this iPhone (or iPad)”.

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Why does my iPhone say Cannot use accessory?

Here’s when these alerts might appear: Your accessory is defective, damaged, or not Apple-certified. The accessory isn’t supported by your device. Your iOS device has a dirty or damaged connector.

Why is accessory not supported?

You may get an “accessory not supported” alert if you’re using counterfeit accessories. To prevent this, make sure that the charging cable and accessories you’re using to charge your iPhone with are MFi-certified, meaning they were made according to Apple’s design standards. MFi means Made for iPhone, iPad, or iPad.