1813 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 28, 2009 9:58 PM by geothegoat
Well it actually is seen as two things. 1, a camera (when photos are on the camera roll) and as a phone for iTunes to find.
I would first take all pics off the camera roll (thus next time you connect, if no pictures are on the camera, it won't be seen as a camera).
I would then go make sure you have latest iTunes software (as that is where drivers for iPhone come from).
Then connect again (since no pictures won't confuse things...though shouldn't be an issue).
I think I got it. I've had the same problem as you and many others. I went to device manager and found iPhone under imaging devices. Here's what I did:
Right-click -> properties -> driver tab -> update drivers (launches Hardware Update Wizard) select...
No, not this time (next) Install from a list ... (next) Don't search ... (next) Now there should be two choices under model. Select the Apple Mobile Device. This is not digitally signed so you'll get warnings but continue. When I did this iTunes picked up my iPhone right away.