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Hey guys, is there an alternative way to sync ipad/iphone without using USB ports? Both my USB's are down (tea spill), so can't plug sync the usual way. Can it be done wirelessly?
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Hey guys, is there an alternative way to sync ipad/iphone without using USB ports? Both my USB's are down (tea spill), so can't plug sync the usual way. Can it be done wirelessly?
Nope. Not until iOS 5 drops. But even when it does, you'll still need to connect by wire to get that on there.


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There's a wifi sync program available in Cydia (the jailbroken app store). I don't know much about it, but it supposedly works pretty well.
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