Currently Being ModeratedOct 30, 2013 11:45 AM (in response to natx20)
Currently Being ModeratedNov 1, 2013 9:51 PM (in response to norm123)
Norm, I do not know how to do that. Please give me a step-by-step. Finder says there is no shuch thing as a iPod photo cache (Of course, Finder never finds anything for me). I'm using a 2012 Mac Pro with Mavericks and an iPhone 5C with iOS 7.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 2, 2013 1:59 PM (in response to George Pepper)
I have just removed the iPod photo cache and try to sync with my iPhone 5s and iPad Air AGAIN (follow the link in norm's post), but the problem is still here.
Can someone help me please
Currently Being ModeratedNov 5, 2013 8:53 AM (in response to natx20)
I had a problem with my photo albums starting to sync and then stopping, leaving me with none of them synced to my IPhone. I realized that the sync was getting hung up on the "finishing sync" step of the sync as well. You can disconnect the IPhone or close ITunes manually, but this will not fix your photo problem. What worked for me was waiting until the "finishing sync' gets hung up and then right clicking the IPhone on the left of Itunes and then selecting "sync". This forces it to restart the sync and this time it will close out properly. Voila! my albums are all now on my IPhone. I think this is just a bug with the latest IOS 7.0.3 fix. Hope this helps!
Currently Being ModeratedDec 29, 2013 5:53 AM (in response to natx20)
I have synced my iPhone last night, those events that I have deleted from the iPhoto library shown up on my iPhone (AGAIN) , and those events that I expected to be seen on my iPhone have lost. Please help.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 14, 2014 4:25 PM (in response to norm123)
This worked seamlessly, excellently! I am back to syncing as normal. The link norm123 posted gives directions that are easy to understand and follow. The main gist is this:
- From the Finder, choose Go > Home. If you moved your iPhoto Library or Aperture Library to a different location, go to that location instead.
- Open the Pictures folder and locate the iPhoto Library file. (For Aperture, this is called Aperture Library.)
- Control-click iPhoto Library or Aperture Library and choose Show Package Contents.
- In the next window, drag the iPod Photo Cache folder to the Trash.
Important: Don't remove or modify any other file within the library package. Removing or modifying other files may cause data loss.
- Close the Finder window.
This is not scary because the iPod Photo Cache. That link above, explains the functioning of the iPod Photo Cache folder. "When you use iTunes to sync photos to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, iTunes creates a folder called iPod Photo Cache. The iPod Photo Cache stores photos that are optimized for display on your device. The location of this folder depends on the syncing options you select. In iTunes, if you change the selection in the Sync Photos From menu, a new iPod Photo Cache folder will be created (and the previous folder will remain)." Check under Photos after selecting your device that is connected to your iTunes, to see what selection shows to the right of the Sync Photos From at the top right side of your iTunes window. Mine shows iPhoto with drop-down selection options of Choose folder... or Pictures. I have no reason to have my photos syncing from any other place except iPhoto. Perhaps this could be why you may be having problems locating the iPod Photo Cache in order to proceed with the instructions given on that link http://support.apple.com/kb/ts1314
Good luck with yours! Mine is working great, thanks to norm123 sharing that link!iMac, OS X Mavericks (10.9.1), iMac 27", Late 2012