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Every time i connect my phone to the computer, iTunes reads that my phone and at first, it says that it's synced. Then, when i drag a song into my phone, a message pops up saying that this mobile phone could not be synced and that my disc could not be read. PLEASE HELP. This is driving me nuts!

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Disconnect the USB cable from your Motorola phone featuring iTunes, Wait 10 seconds & Reconnect the USB cable to the phone (it will confirm the connection with a tone). Again Wait 10 seconds, then open iSync and try syncing again. If the issue continues, turn your Motorola phone featuring iTunes off and then back on. Then open iSync and try syncing again.

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