“Messages in iCloud currently disabled. Repair account” [Solved]


Some of iPhone Users had reported a problem that, after upgrading iOS an error “Messages in iCloud is currently disabled -Repair Account”  occurs frequently on their device It seems to be a very frustrating issue for you right…? Yah…I know how it feels be because I too had experienced this same issue. Well, I had fixed it with the help of tricks suggested by my friend Jack. Here, I am going to share those tricks with you so that you can get rid of this serious issue easily.
Fix 1: Sign Out and in Sign In Apple ID
sign out sign in Apple ID

  1. On your iPhone, launch Settings.
  2. Tap the Apple ID banner (at the top of the screen).
  3. Scroll down to see Sign Out option and then tap it.
  4. Tap Sign Out of iCloud if you have different accounts otherwise,
  5. Enter your Password and then turn off.
  6. Wait for few seconds and then again go back to Settings.
  7. Sign In your Apple ID.

Fix 2: Force Restart/Hard Reset( iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X)
force restart

  1. Press Volume Up button and then release it quickly.
  2. Press Volume Down button and then release it quickly.
  3. At last, press and hold the Side button (Wake/Sleep button) until the Apple logo appears.

Note: Do not press Volume Up and Volume Down at the same time.
Fix 3: Turn Off Two-Factor Authentication.
turn off two factor authentication

  1. Open any browser on your iPhone.
  2. Go to appleid.apple.com
  3. Enter your Apple ID and Password and the Verification code.
  4. Tap Security.
  5. Scroll down to see Two-Factor Authentication and then tap it.
  6. Turn off Two-Factor Authentication.
  7. Click Continue in the pop-up box.
  8. Select your 3 new security questions and enter the answer to those questions. Then click Next.
  9. Enter your Birthday & Rescue email and then click Next.
  10. Click Done.

See also: Exchange Account: “Unable to verify account information”, fix
Fix 4: Reset Network Settings
reset network settings

  1. On your iPhone, launch Settings.
  2. Tap on General -> Reset.
  3. Tap on Reset Network Settings.
  4. Enter Passcode if prompted and tap Reset Network Settings in the pop-up box.

Note: This action will reset all Wi-Fi Networks & passwords, APN & VPN settings, and Cellular Settings of the iPhone.
Fix 5: Check for Software Update
check software updates

  1. Go to Settings -> General.
  2. Tap on Software Update -> Download and Install.

Hope any one of the above fixes will be helpful to you…If you find this article as useful, then kindly share your experience with me through your comments below. Thank You…

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