How do I de-authorize some, but not all computers associated with iPhone?

topcat84

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Hi Guys!!
If I deauthorize ALL my computers/iPhones from my iTunes account, does it also deauthorize the computer/iPhone I am presently using? Naturally I'd like to keep the laptop and iPhone I currently use. How do I go about doing this without having to start all over, or is that the only way to accomplish this. Thanks in advance.
 

jafundy

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Deauthorize all then add back iPhone and laptop. That's what I had to do.


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Europa

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You can't just remove one computer. You have to deauthorize them all. It will deauthorize your current computer as well. Then re-authorize your computer in iTunes. You don't have to authorize your phone. iOS devices aren't counted. You have five computers that can be authorized.
 

topcat84

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Thanks for all your help, guys!! Cheers!!