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How do i syc my iphone with my pc

When connected to the pc itune opens and thats it, no steps or directions to syc. I want to transefer my contacts and musics onto my phone from pc

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If your iPhone is detected by iTunes, it will show up on the left side of the screen. Click on it and after a few seconds, your phone should show on the main iTunes screen. On the bottom right of the screen there is a Sync button.

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1. User - Library - Prefrences - com.apple.iTunes.plist
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