4901 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 17, 2010 3:40 PM by lauraebk
Try deselecting Sync Music under the Music tab for your iPhone sync preferences with iTunes followed by selecting Apply and a Sync. This should remove all music on your iPhone.
Follow this be reselecting Sync Music and make or check your selections below followed by a sync to re-transfer your selected playlists back to your iPhone to see if this resolves it.
I had the same problem. I tried rebuilding the playlists, removing all media and putting it back on, zilch. I finally got it to work, but I am not sure why.
This is what I did, I reinstalled Itunes (I was desperate). Then I when I tried to play an audiobook, it asked me to verify my computer with audible I had done this before but it did not work, this time however, I was able to import all my audiobooks onto my iphone as I normally do.
Also, during my messing around I recieved an error that my bonjour app was turned off. That is when I said to **** with messing with the settings and reinstalled Itunes entirely. Like I said, I have no idea if any of that was the root of the problem, or if it all was. I know I didn't unauth my audible or my itunes or do any behavior recently that would have caused this (to my knowledge).
If this doesn't work, then post that I was way off base . Good luck!