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Problems syncing iPhone to iTunes 7.6.2


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I just installed Leopard on my MacBook. Since then I'm unable to sync my iPhone in iTunes. iTunes does not automatically begin to sync like it use to when I connected the USB cord. Has anyone had similar problems syncing their phone after updating to Leopard? I have already tried turning off my iPhone and restarting, did the same for iTunes. Any advice on how to resolve this issue?
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Why don't you try installing iTunes again.
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If I do that will I lose my music?
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Ok here it what I would do.
Make sure the phone is charged
Try with a different USB cord if you have one
Restart the iPhone by holding down the power and home button at the same time for five seconds.
Then reinstall iTunes-I don't believe this will delete all your songs.
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also try a different USB port...
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Problem solved. I re-installed iTunes and that did the trick. I was able to sync my phone this morning. Thanks for all your help.
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