Itunes 10: How to use Ping in Blocked or Unsupported Countries

   Posted September 4, 2010 by Lê Hoàng in Music

With the new Itunes 10, Apple has included a new social music network called Ping. The problem is it currently supports only 23 countries. Many users from all over the world are blocked from using the Ping service! These directions will allow users to enable Ping even in unsupported or blocked locations.

To really use this correctly, you may need to create a different account as well. To create a fake US account, you should probably create an iTunes account without a credit card.

Here is what many users got in Itunes 10: No Ping tab!

Here is how to access Ping:

1. Lauch Itunes 10.

2. Go to Itunes Store and scroll down the bottom. You will see your country’s flag there. Click on it!

3. You will then be redirected to a window that contains many countries’ flag. Scroll down the bottom and choose The United States’ flag.

4. Now, you will have the Ping tab in Store section. If you don’t have an US account, you can creat one by following this recipe

5. After that, you can start using Ping right away!

 

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  • Tryed in Russia. Doesn’t work.

    • Anonymous

      Hi 🙂
      What message have you faced? I can help

  • CM6

    What if I DON”T want the Ping tab to appear?

  • Nitindpatel1

    tried to connect in UAE but giving message “the requested resourced was not found”

    • Anonymous

      What steps have you done? 🙂