If you own an iPhone, iPad, or iPod, you’ve probably seen a notice that says “this item may not be supported” a few times. The alert usually appears when you put in your iPhone to charge. However, it may arise when you attempt to utilise headphones or other attachments. We all understand that despite their high prices, Apple devices are very popular nowadays. As a very sophisticated smartphone, there are a limited number of foolish faults that may emerge over time. Most of these technological flaws aren’t that serious, so techies will find a method to work around them. However, the majority of Apple device users are non-techies who prefer a smartphone that does the complicated task with no sophisticated procedure at all. This error may or may not go away on its own. You may also be stuck with a device that refuses to charge or play music through the headphones.
Connected to the charger or to the headphones, a common error message for iPhones and iPads is “This Accessory may not be Supported” or “The accessory may not be certified.” There are a few do-it-yourself options for getting rid of this error notice.
This Accessory may not be Supported Error
The most common cause for this issue is a poor connection between the charging cable and the iPhone’s connector. Internal wear and tear on the cable, as well as deterioration of the phone’s connector, may result in the error message appearing later. In the vast majority of cases, this error message signals a significant issue, such as a malfunctioning IC on the iPhone/motherboard iPad’s or a broken USB port. The fixes are simple and do not necessitate a trip to the service centre.
1) Check the USB Cable
When the charging connection is attached to the iPhone/iPad, there may be internal wear and tears as well as broken cables, resulting in an incomplete circuit. As a result, while altering the cable orientation may temporarily solve the problem, the problem will only become worse as the cable ages. In such a case, changing the cable would be the best option. Although official iPhone/iPad cables are plentiful on the market, high-quality OEM items are always recommended above low-cost knockoffs.
2) Remove any Dust
Due to prolonged use of the phone, the charging port on the iPhone may have accumulated dirt. It’s also possible that there are dust particles inside the charger cable’s port. Dirt can wreak havoc on smartphone connectors, especially on high-end devices like Apple’s. Examine carefully, and if there appears to be more dust within than usual, blow it off. Make use of blowers.
3) Try to Eliminate the Software Error
There’s a common software bug that can be fixed by just turning on aeroplane mode. To begin, connect the iPhone to the charger and the power adapter to a power source. On the screen, an error message will display; dismiss it. Turn on aeroplane mode on your iPhone and then turn it off. Turn the gadget back on after around 2 minutes. By now, the message should have vanished.
4) Make sure to check the Adapter
It’s possible that the power adapter isn’t providing enough power to charge the iPhone or iPad. If you have another power adapter with a similar power rating, try it. If the issue is with the adapter, purchase a high-end OEM adapter from an authorised Apple reseller.
5) Use ‘Bypass Unsupported Access’ Tweak
It is also possible that your device must be jailbroken in order to install the Bypass Unsupported Access tweak. The jailbreak tweak is compatible with the most recent version of iOS. To install the tweak, simply add this Cydia source: canolli.myrepospace.com
The above-mentioned factors are the most prevalent causes when you get the notification of the “the accessory may not be certified” or “this accessory may not be supported” issue when charging an iPhone or iPad. If the issue persists after following all four steps above, the phone may need to be taken to a service facility.