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I got the problem sync my photo from itune to my Iphone. After I restore and all reset the phone. Everything work fine but i can not sync my photo from itune to my iphone...it always say that " the file can not found"...can anyone tell me how to fix that?
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can any help me with the setting...I can not sync my photo to iphone. I have tried everything even restore whole iphone and re-intall the iphoto but i still have sign say "iphone can not find the file"...

the message is " iphone cannot be synced. The require file cannot be found".

can anyone please help me?
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an any help me with the setting...I can not sync my photo to iphone. I have tried everything even restore whole iphone and re-intall the iphoto but i still have sign say "iphone can not find the file"...

the message is " iphone cannot be synced. The require file cannot be found".
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Double posted.
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You posted this in more than one section of the forum. Are you expecting twice the replies?
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Try this:

Close "iPhoto" if it is open. Open the "Pictures" folder and right-click on "iPhoto Library." Select "Show Package Contents." Right-click the "iPod Photo Cache" folder, select "Move to Trash" and sync your iPhone. The error message should no longer appear.

I am "assuming" your pics are in iPhoto.

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