Reply Taomyn June 7, 2009 at 1:46 pm # This is Apple's way of trying to persuade everyone how bad Windows is by programming their own applications so poorly that they If your computer isn't crawling to a halt for lack of RAM, let iTunesHelper.exe run in the background. Maybe it´s Dangerous BUD It isn't dangerous! So you don't need it. http://igroupadvisors.com/how-to/how-to-fix-ituneshelper-exe.php
Steve get AVG antispyware free version this will shut it down you wil have to go to analysis, processes,then terminate ,if you have spy bot running this will ask you if All iTunesHelper do is that it helps iTunes to load faster whenever you connect your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to your computer. Many thanks. Enter your email address below: Related articles: Can't Install XCode 4.1 Because of iTunes?
doo monitors for iPod connections, helps iTunes start faster If you use iTunes (not Quick Time only), dont delete it. To test if the procedure worked start iTunes. Uncheck that entry to disable the autostart of it when Windows starts. So, all you have to do is remove the ones pertaining to Bonjour and mobile devices etc...) Reply Alvin B.
this prevents itunes from forgetting where the file is located when it has been moved. Reply Mark November 30, 2011 at 4:11 pm # My (XP) Apple Mobile Device service kept restarting (quickly) after killing it repeatedly.If this happens to you, check the Recovery Tab.My settings Neal This file is useless if you don't have an ipod, all you have to do is turn iTunes off, kill the process and delete the exe file, you can also Leave a message...
Techwre Computer Consultations Not spyware. Reply Andrew Rogerson February 24, 2010 at 4:13 pm # You have asked me to press Windows R. AppleMobileDevices.exe was hogging 50% of CPU and killing battery life. http://ipodiphoneitunestutorials.com/iTunesTutorials/disableItunesHelperExe.php is an American company that develops consumer electronics, computer software, as well as online services.
At least two of the processes seem to be connected to mobile devices like Appleâ€™s iPod or iPhone which seems like a waste of system resources if none of these devices IpodService.exe is a Windows Service. Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. I only installed iTunes so that I could charge my iPhone from this laptop.
Reply Patty February 28, 2013 at 11:41 pm # Why do I have to totally uninstall AppleMobileDeviceService forever? I disable it every time the PC boots. Thanks! This can either be a startup item or a service that is autostarted.
Reply Michael September 27, 2009 at 4:01 am # The above wasnt helpfull for me.I uninstalled itunes, but this anoying prog keeps comming up... check over here ITunesHelper.exe is able to record keyboard and mouse inputs and monitor applications. The file is not a Windows core file. your details Notify me of followup comments via e-mail.
Reply Guest May 21, 2012 at 5:41 pm # Whenever I use MsConfig to disable something from launching at startup... External information from Paul Collins: "iTunes Helper" must run at start up. Reply Ryan August 18, 2009 at 1:02 pm # The only one of these processes I had running was AppleMobileDeviceService.exe. http://igroupadvisors.com/how-to/how-to-disable-my-web-search.php John O.
October 22, 2011 at 2:28 pm # If you have 64 bit windows, *some* but not *all* of these files are located in Program Files x86 rather than Program Files. It works great with iTunes too. The noise my computer made and the lag has progressively irritating the ^&*( out of me, and sometimes, one of those 3 .exe's would just re-pop up in task manager seconds
something turns AppleMobileDeviceService.exe back on... It is described as "iPod hardware management service". This process runs the iTunes Helper File. The genuine iTunesHelper.exe file is a software component of iTunes by Apple.iTunesHelper.exe is an executable file that is associated with iTunes, a cross-platform desktop media manager primarily for audio files developed
dox22 File was installed by a new iPod installation. C) Even if you own an iPod it is NOT needed. Can anyone direct me what I should do please? http://igroupadvisors.com/how-to/how-to-disable-teatimer-exe.php When I connect my brand new iPod touch to the latest iTunes, the iTunes software does not detect the iPOd.
Reply Andrew Rogerson February 24, 2010 at 11:49 am # I am new to computers so am a bit scared of deleting things I don't understand. Reply AACJenius April 16, 2011 at 10:43 am # Will these processes be enabled when I install an iTunes update ? I'd wondered why I had these processes and couldn't get rid of them. Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong.
Reply Rhonda June 22, 2012 at 6:57 pm # Thank you ever so much. thecreaser Apparently, though, even if you delete it, it will regenerate itself after you've run iTunes a few times even if you do delete it. Uninstalling this variant: You can remove the entire program iTunes using Windows Control Panel, get help from the software vendor Apple or check the vendor’s website for a newer version. Disable iTunes Helper in Mac OS X iTunesHelper.app is autoloaded during system boot in Mac OS X, but if you're having problems with the iTunesHelper app you can easily disable this
what a nouisance.... The iTunes behaviour is matched by Adobe and Realplayer, which clobber my desktop and startup on every update. But it won't harm your computer or send any information about you out. To help you analyze the iTunesHelper.exe process on your computer, the following programs have proven to be helpful: Security Task Manager displays all running Windows tasks, including embedded hidden processes, such
You have to hit the ‘-‘ button and remove it. ANd I'm sure my old computer appreciates working less hard as well! Adrian it's a piece of crap.