1386 Views 9 Replies Latest reply: Jul 13, 2008 1:02 PM by mactoronto
One thing that might help out.
Quit any applications that you might have open.
Open isync found in your applications folder.
Open the isync preferences.
Click the button to reset sync history.
Now open itunes, connect your iphone and try to sync pictures again.
Also, try syncing to a folder instead of iphoto to see if that works.
Hope this helps.
If on a windows machine, this worked for me...I had exactly the same issue but just fixed it. This fix may help you too.
Look in your pictures folder (the master folder that holds the sub-folders you want to sync with). Look for a folder in there called "Ipod PHOTO cache" (or something very similar to that. Delete it. Then go back and sync again. It will ask you if you want to associate your new iphone with these folders - say yes. Problem solved. Hope that helps you too.
Thos works slightly differently on a mac.
Just so yu knows here is how to do it:
Find the iPhoto library ( it will look like a single file. Right click it, and click Show Package Contents. That gives you a view of all the folders and such, where you can find the iPod photo cache.
I believe iris similar to the Windows instructions.