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Can't get my iphone to NOT sync


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I don't want my iphone to sync every time I plug it into the computer. There is a short in my USB cord (I've ordered another one; it's on the way) and every time the cord moves a fraction of an inch, it tries to sync and slows the laptop down. I have gone in to iTunes and disabled the auto-sync anywhere that I could find it, but it still keeps doing it.

Any suggestions on how to get it to stop?
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Don't use the USB cord with your computer at all for now.... period. Use the wall outlet adapter for charging instead.

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