Currently Being ModeratedAug 4, 2011 5:40 AM (in response to tim from herne)
Try to restore your iPhone with iTunes then restore your datas.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 18, 2013 10:53 AM (in response to tim from herne)
After much searching I found a way to fix this issue but it requires you to use a 3rd party program called iExplorer
Install the program. You do not have to buy it unless you want to. Fix works with demo mode.
- Insert your iOS device and find it on the left side of the program
- Go into Media then go into iTunes_Control
- In here find the Music directory and delete it (right click and select delete)
- close iExplorer and open iTunes. Select not to sync songs, movies and podcasts. Then sync your device. When done select to sync songs, movies and podcasts again. Sync your device again.
All the corrupted data will be gone and your Media will be back on your device.
I would only recomend doing this if you really have an issue. I havent heard of anyone having problems with this solution but who knows.
Please if you experiance problems with this solution. Write a reply.