Fix iTunes Store Error Code 0x80092013 , There Was A Problem Downloading In Windows 10

Many users have been reporting this error off-late while trying to download or play content from iTunes that says, iTunes Store Error Code 0x80092013, There was a problem downloading”. This error seems to be appearing only on Windows platform and can occur due to various reasons.


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The error can either appear because the date and time is not set correctly, you may be using an outdated version of iTunes, or it can be the firewall settings that may be blocking the iTunes downloads. Besides, if you are using a VPN for your internet connection, that can also be one of the reasons why you are getting the error message. However, the good news is, this error can be fixed. Let’s see how.

 

Method 1: Through Internet Properties

 

Step 1: Press the Windows + R keys together on your keyboard to open the Run command. Then type inetcpl.cpl in the search field and hit Enter.

 

Win + R Run Box Inetcpl.cpl Enter

 

Step 2: In in the Internet Properties window, click on the Connections tab and click on LAN settings.

 

Internet Properties Connections Tab Lan Settings

 

Step 3: In the LAN settings window, go to the Proxy server section, uncheck the box next to Use a proxy server for your LAN.

Click OK to save the changes and exit.

 


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Lan Settings Proxy Server Use A Proxy Server For Your Lan Uncheck Ok

 

Now, try opening downloading and playing files in the iTunes library, it should work fine. If not, try the 2nd method.

 

Method 2: Through the Settings App

 

Step 1: Click on the Start button on your desktop and click on Settings in the context menu, located above the Power option.

 

Desktop Start Settings

 

Step 2: In the Settings window, click on Time and Language.

 

Settings Time And Language

 

Step 3: In the next window, under the Date & time section, check if the Current date and time is correct.

If not, go to the Synchronize your clock section and click on Sync now.

 

Date & Time Check If Correct Synchronize Your Clock Sync Now

 

Step 4: You can also turn off the Set time zone automatically option and set the Time zone manually.

 

Set Time Zone Automatically Turn Off Set Time Zone Manually

 

Now, you must be able to download and play files from iTunes. If problem persists try the 3rd method.

 

Method 3: Through Control Panel

 

Step 1: Press the Windows + R keys together on your keyboard, type control firewall.cpl and hit Enter.

 

Win + R Run Box Type Control Firewall.cpl Enter

 

Step 2: In the Windows Defender Firewall window , click on Allow an app or feature through Windows Defender Firewall.

 

Windows Defender Firewall Window Allow An App Or Feature Through Windows Defender Firewall

 

Step 3: Next, click on Change settings button.

 

Next Window Change Settings

 

Step 4: Now, scroll down and click on Allow another app.

 

Scroll Down Allow Another App

 

Step 5: In the Add an app window, click on Browse.

 

Add An App Browse

 


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Step 6: Then follow the below path to reach the iTunes folder:

 

  • Click on the C drive shortcut on the left.
  • Go to Program Files.
  • Select iTunes.

 

C Drive Program Files Itunes Folder Itunes

 

Step 6: Now, click on the Add button.

 

Add Itunes Add

 

 

Step 7: Under Allowed apps and features, make sure that the boxes next to iTunes are checked for both Public and Private.

 

Allowed Apps Check Both Private And Publick Boxes For Itunes Ok

 

That’s about it. You should no more face any issues to download or play content from iTunes library.

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