Question about Cell Phones
I have looked through your other answers and nothing seems to apply to my situation, so I need your help. When I plug in my iphone, it opens itunes to sync, but it doesn't open iphoto. If I open iphoto manually, it doesn't even acknowledge the cell phone is plugged in. I WAS able to eventually sync my iphoto onto my phone, but as of yet, I haven't been able to transfer any of the photos taken from my cell on to my computer. Can you help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem running os 10.4.9 and iTunes 7.3 and have yet to figure thos one out. Try turning off auto detection in iphoto. Chances are that iphone not only looks like an ipod to the computer but also a digital camera. I actually use thos feature to organise my photos so o havent tried it yet.
Posted on Jul 13, 2007
SOURCE: Iphone photos
opened iphoto and it gives "no items to import" ? if true try this. when iPhoto is open and your phone is connected, open the albumn of pictures you've taken with your iphone on your iphone. iPhoto should immediately recognize the new pictures you had taken and should indicate "x items to import." x being number of photos. An alternative to this can be If you individually delete the previously imported iPhone Camera Roll pictures using the trash can on the bottom right (touching the screen brings it up), iPhoto will then see the new iPhone pictures for importing. I believe this can be done without opening at the time of sync the iPhone Camera Roll picture album as you suggested. Give these a try and let me know.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
SOURCE: Openining iTunes in iPhone
I think the itunes you are referring above isn't the one from the iPhone, but the software one on your Computer.
When you connect your iPhone to your computer and start iTunes on the computer, if it doesn't already, then your iPhone will appear on the sidebar of the computer screen.
You will then be able to select the iPhone and copy songs to it etc. as well as have it copy contacts and e-mail settings from your computer.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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