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Does anyone know if there is a way to keep iphoto from opening and attemting to sync from the "camera roll" when iphone is connected to the Mac? It just seems ike a nuisance to have a program pop up in front of iTunes whether you need it to or not...
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Ok, well at least tell me this... Does iPhoto indeed open for you every time you plug your iphone in to sync?

I have pics I have taken with the phone and every day it asks me what to do with the duplicate images, etc... I am hoping there is some way to set iphoto so it does not automatically try to download from the phone>>>Any ideas?
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1. Start/Open Image Capture
2. Go to Preferences/then select the General Tab
3. Select the program you do want to start or none as you please.

I don't know if ther eis a way to single out your iPhone though, as this will make it universal for any camera device you pkug in. Just keep that in mind.
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