Currently Being ModeratedJan 20, 2012 7:28 AM (in response to spencer2)
Worked for me! Thanks
Currently using iPad 2, Macmini Lion and iPod Touch 3.1.3 First Generation
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 19, 2012 12:44 PM (in response to kyle67)
Hi can you tell me where to find this on windows pc ?
Currently Being ModeratedMar 8, 2012 6:17 AM (in response to giselatata)
Hi giselata, you say that works for you, this includes Contacts on your iPod Touch with iOS 3.1.3?, if yes please let me now how.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 9, 2012 4:43 AM (in response to rocasa)
worked for me between iPad & Mac mini,
unfortunately not for iPod 3.1.3, I'll keep on trying...
Currently Being ModeratedMar 28, 2012 5:18 PM (in response to spencer2)
You can sync Contacts to an iPhone 2G by:
1) disabling Contacts in iCloud preferences (press button 'keep contacts' to make a local copy)
2) sync contacts with iTunes
3) enabling Contacts in iCloud preferences
Perfect solution. Many thanks!
P.S.: Apple it shouldn't be that unintuitive!
Currently Being ModeratedApr 14, 2012 6:18 AM (in response to kyle67)
After trying many different suggestions to get my iPhone 3g enabled for iCloud syncing of contacts, this post provided the most hope. With a little additional clarification, I was able to get my contacts to sync. Here are the steps:
1. Open the following file in your favorite text editor: ~/Library/Application Support/AddressBook/Sources/7921EFBD-B836-46B8-8B0E-BF7CC58FE7FD/Configuration. plist keeping in mind that the cryptic name after /Sources/ may be different. It was necessary to use this file b/c in my case my Mac Addressbook has local "On My Mac" contacts disabled b/c it is using iCloud. This means that he file suggested by Kyle67 was not pertinent.
2. In that file locate an XML block that looks similiar to the following snippet. You are seeking the CARDDAV URL for your iCloud .vcf file
<string>https://email@example.com:443/194117440/carddavhome/card/Qzg 2RDIyNjgtNTM1MC00NkIyLThCNzgtMzI3MEYyMTk1REE5.firstname.lastname@example.org:443/194117440/carddavhome/card/Qzg2RDIyNjgtNTM1MC00NkIyLThCNzgtMzI3MEYyMTk1REE5 .vcf</string>
3. Copy the entire contents of the URL between the <string></string> tags into your clipboard.
4. Paste this URL into an email and send yourself an email to any account available on your 3g phone. Open the email on your iPhone, click the Forward or Reply icons so that you can go into the editor and select the entire URL into your iPhone clipboard. This saves alot of time, avoids errors and painful typing :-)
5. Now on the 3g open Settings/Mail,Contacts,Calendars and create a new CARDDAV account. Paste your URL into the Server name field and supply your iCloud credentials.
6. You will need to wait a few minutes for your AddressBook to get primed via iCloud but all should be fine.
I want to thank Kyle67 b/c many of the prior methods for enabling CARDDAV always resulted in a SSL error during setup of the account.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 29, 2012 10:09 PM (in response to kislingj)
Just to add to spencer2's solution, I had to restart my iMac after step 1 before the contacts would synch via iTunes in step 2.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 11, 2012 11:06 PM (in response to Douglas Parks)
I have just configured iphone 3G running 4.2.1 to use iCoud contacts. The trick is to remove "https://" from the URL, so the server address shall be like p05-contacts.icloud.com:443/194117440/carddavhome instead of https://p02-contacts.icloud.com:443/194117440/carddavhome . Also notice that this URL has to be pasted into the server field; there is no server setting in "Advanced" page. Good luck.