First, it’s possible that your VPN is being detected and blocked by Amazon. This can happen if the IP address that your VPN is using has been previously associated with spam or other malicious activity. If this is the case, you’ll need to switch to a different IP address or server location in order to access Amazon.
Another possibility is that your VPN is interfering with cookies or other tracking mechanisms that Amazon uses. This can happen if your VPN encrypts all traffic, including cookies. To fix this, you’ll need to allow unencrypted traffic through your VPN so that Amazon can properly track it.
Finally, it’s also possible that simply connecting to a VPN is preventing Amazon from working properly. This can be due to DNS leaks or other problems with how your VPN routes traffic. In this case, you may need to disable your VPN entirely when accessing Amazon or use a different browser altogether (such as Firefox).
1. Check Your Internet Connection
Both your iPhone and Mac need to have an active internet connection in order for AirDrop to work. If either one of them is offline, file sharing will not be possible. So, if you’re having trouble with AirDrop, make sure that both your devices are connected to Wi-Fi or cellular data.
2. Restart Your Devices
If restarting your devices doesn’t fix the problem, try resetting your network settings. To do this on your iPhone, go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. On your Mac, open System Preferences > Network and click the “Advanced” button in the lower-left corner. Then select the “TCP/IP” tab and click the “Renew DHCP Lease” button
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