3101 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: May 10, 2008 8:08 PM by Andrew Harden
I think that iTunes and the underlying sync engine is supposed to compare two pieces of data and go with the most recent change.
I was going to ask if, at some point, you selected "Always perform this action" in the Conflict Resolver, but if you've reset the sync history and it still does that, I'm not sure what would be causing it.
Maybe this will help: First, backup your Address Book (File>Export>Address Book Backup) and make sure there's data in it by opening it. Next, uncheck the "Sync Address Book contacts" box in iTunes and hit apply. Disconnect the iPhone, then reconnect it and re-check the "Sync Address Book contacts" box.
If that fails, a Restore might be in order, and if by chance that still doesn't work, I'd say hit up an Apple Store if there's one in a reasonable radius.