2203 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Aug 3, 2010 12:07 PM by Chris CA
I'd already thought about cleaning up the duplicates and moving them across to the MBP, but figured it would be quicker if only my MBP iTunes had an import option.
Anyway, I've done the above, but now when I go to sync the iPhone (on the MBP) it says "Are you sure you want to remove 54 applications ... this will delete these applications and their data from the iPhone ..." It was saying the same yesterday (and so was my PC version), so naturally I declined to sync anything.
How am I supposed to get around this?
Looks like I have to drag the music files from Library > Music into Devices > Music.
figured it would be quicker if only my MBP iTunes had an import option.
*Add to library* and Import are the same thing though Import is really for importing from Audio CD as it will convert from audio CD.
now when I go to sync the iPhone (on the MBP) it says "Are you sure you want to remove 54 applications
You can only sync an iPhone/iPod with one iTunes library.
Your iPhone is sync'd with the other computer.
Once the items are in the iTunes you are using, make sure you have selected what you want to sync, then sync it.
It will tell you it will remove everything but it will all be sync'd back.
To select what you wan tot sync, select the iPhone in iTunes.
Click the tabs across the top and select the items you want to sync.