Question about Cell Phones
Every phone has a different set of features. Be dilligent in your research before you buy.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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Oct 18, 2017 | Dect Lands Phones
design, the iPod, iPhone and iPad will sync iTunes content with one computer at a
time. Any attempt to sync such content with a second computer will
result in ALL iTunes content being first erased from your phone &
then replaced with the content from the second computer. This is a
design feature and cannot be overridden. Because you replaced your
computer, or hard drive, your phone will see this as a "new" computer.
The iTunes content sync is one way: computer to phone. If you have
photos that were synced to your phone or music ripped on your own that
were not backed up, you will first have to extract them from your phone
using third party software, before you do anything else, as Apple makes
no provision to do so:
Past iTunes, App store, & iBookstore content can be re-downloaded. Read here:
Once you've done that, do the following in the order specified:
1. Disable auto sync when an iPod/iPhone is connected under iTunes>Preferences>Devices(under Edit menu if using Windows).
Make sure you have one contact & one event in the supported
applications on your computer(iCal & Address Book on a Mac, Windows
Address Book or Outlook if using Windows). These entries can be fake,
doesn't matter, the important point is that these programs not be empty.
3. Connect your phone, iTunes running, do not sync at this point.
4. Store>Authorize this computer.
5. File>Transfer Purchases(To make sure all purchased content on your phone will be in your iTunes library).
6. Right click your phone in the left device pane & select "Reset warnings".
7. Right click again and select "Backup".
Right click again & select "Restore from Backup", select the backup
you just made. When prompted to create another backup, decline.
This MUST be followed by a sync to restore your iTunes content, which
you select from the various tabs, You'll get a popup regarding your
contacts & calendars asking to merge or replace, select "Merge".
Your phone should look just like it did when you started, with no data loss.
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