HT1296: iOS: How to transfer or sync content to your computerLearn about iOS: How to transfer or sync content to your computer
Currently Being ModeratedJul 1, 2013 10:34 PM (in response to Yagosfamily)
Go to Settings>>iCloud and turn off Calendars. Reboot your device and turn Calendars on again.
Do you have iCloud control pannel in Your computer? Then you can sync your Calendars by iCloud; the Calendars also will appear in your iPhone as well as in your Outlook.
Hope it helps
Currently Being ModeratedJul 5, 2013 12:29 PM (in response to Kaka Dongguan)
Thanks Kaka for the suggestion however it didn't work. All that happened was that everything was duplicated or triplicated on my phone and nothing changed in my Outlook. FYI I didn't like the way that iCloud affect my Outlook calendar so my setting was off to begin with. Was syncing just fine before set like this.
Anyone else have suggestions?
Currently Being ModeratedJul 5, 2013 12:33 PM (in response to Yagosfamily)
There are a few things that can affect Outlook sync. Try going into iTunes and reset the sync history. You can also run a scan on your Outlook file to see if there are any problems. Scanning requires the use of the scanpst.exe file. That is found in the Microsoft Office folder. You can check to make sure the Apple Mobile Device Service is running. You can turn that off and restart it again. Last restore is to either completely remove and reinstall iTunes. This has to be done a particular way on a Windows computer, depending on the version of Windows. You can also run a repair on your installation of Office to maybe fix anything in Outlook.