Are you facing device activation error message on your iphone, iPad, iPod touch devices? You are getting this error lock message for the reason that you had downloaded and installed iOS 7 beta 6 which already expired on October 6. To bypass this activation error you have to download latest iOS update iOS 7.0.2 on your device.
Apple iOS 7 beta 6 was put to terminate on October 6, and users who haven’t made an update to the GM version or public release version were welcomed today with a error message stating “Activation Error – This device is not registered ………. Activation Required…”.
Here we’ve included a further widespread method to go about bypassing this Error. Try to follow the steps from below-
Update iTunes: At first confirm you are working with the most recent version of iTunes. If you not have the latest version please download iTunes version 11.1.1 which was launched on October 3.
Turn off device: If you used “Find My iPhone”, you have to disable your iPhone from service. You need to use your desktop. Just turn off your iDevice, then open iCloud.com > Find My iPhone > pick the device > “Remove from Account.”
Download iOS: Download the latest version iOS 7.0.2 for your device, save it to your desktop.
Updating iOS: Open iTunes and connect your device throughout the USB cable. Hold the key alt/option on Mac or Shift on Windows while checking on “Check for Update.” A New panel will appear where you will be capable to choose the iOS 7.0.2 update you just downloaded. Confirm you download the correct version for your device.
Recovery Mode: If your device isn’t identified in iTunes, you have to make a recovery mode do up, as explicated in Apple’s support document.
Working with iOS 7.0.2: When it’s completed, your device will be working with iOS 7.0.2 and you should be capable to turn on the device by just putting your Apple ID username and password and use the set up procedure.
Expectantly those of you who stopped working for activation error will simply chuck out this Error. Please share your experience by put a line in the comment below.