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Access privileges for iPhone do not let me sync.


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Phone Name: iTylyphoner

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Here goes ...

Setup ...

1. Normally I synch iPhone through iTunes (11.0.5 (5)).
2. I have purchases on iCloud as well as other media obtained elsewhere that is kept on the iMac HD. (Librivox and internet Archive are my main sources of "other media".)
2. I created new admin profile for myself on iMac. iCloud automatically filled my iTunes library in this profile.
3. I had no problem with syncing my iPad (3) and keeping all my chosen media on the iPad.

Problem ...

When I connect iPhone to iMac via cable, i get this error message seen below and cannot add, change, nor delete any media on the iPhone.

Do I need to wipe the iPhone and reset to factory defaults, then restore iCloud and local media? If so, not sure of the steps despite looking over what a web search offered me.
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Try this solution:
Fixed: iPhone Sync Error You Do Not Have Enough Access Privileges For This Operation

And this one:
iPad 2-cannot be synced. You do not have enough access privileges?


Please verify and include the exact model/year of your Mac and OS X version number (available from "About This Mac", then "More Info" on the Apple menu).
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Thanks for the tips. I'll try them out, starting with the first one. I had already made sure that I have full permissions to everything using either profile to log into my iMac

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