I think it might be since I updated to XCode 4, but I can't backup my iPhone 3GS anymore. I keep getting "Back session failed" as a message. I tried a restore but it has not restored my address book and I had to manually copy my iTunes songs.
All I have have found in support is updating iTunes should fix the problem, only it doesn't I am running iTunes 10.2.2
I did manage to get 4.3.2 updated to the iPhone, but i don't want to manually input my phonebook, when the phonebook is on my iMac which is running 10.6.7
I did try deleting backup file and that has not fixed the problem. Any other ideas?
OK I am obviously not explaining things properly. There is no backup file and iTunes just creates an empty directory.
If I try sync or backup iTunes gives me a message saying the backup session has failed.
If I choose the option to sync contacts in info in itunes, it fails with a message saying backup session failed.
In fact whatever I do I get a message telling me that the backup session has failed. No actual backup.
I have had some music transfer when I turned off manual music sync. Other than that nothing.
I do develop software so I have Xcode 4 installed on both my iMac and Laptop.
Backup and sync fail on the iMac and the Laptop. I've tried any fix for this mentioned that I could see on any Apple support pages.
My guess is Apple has broken something that may fix itself when they release a bug fix.. I mean update of iTunes, but the current version still has the bug.