I just got a new 4s yesterday. I was planning to transfer everything from the touch to the 4s, but I did something wrong. None of the apps are at the same level of progress (even after backing up the touch before syncing the iPhone), I don't have as many pictures or the same number of songs, and the apps aren't even all there. Essentially, I think it synced a previous backup. Unfortunately, all my notes are gone - irretrievable. After syncing the phone, I deleted them OFF the touch... and for some reason, they are not on the phone now. Unfortunately, I backed up the phone again after that happened, so they are all gone. Here's what I did. When I first plugged in the phone, it asked me if I wanted to set up as a new device or backup from an old device. I chose the latter. Probably an unwise idea. So now (I'm guessing) it thinks the touch and the iPhone are the same device. Then, I unplugged it to back up the touch, since I realized that I had not recently backed that up. Then I synced the phone again. Still not the same stuff (but more of it). Then, after getting home from fireworks, I decided to sync it again... figuring it hadn't synced all the way. Well, guess what that means? It backs up first. So the backup is what gets "synced" on to the phone. I can find ways to make sure the apps are the same (the important games have ways to save your game and upload it to a new device... except one) and the number of photos/music is the same, but now the format of the iPhone is different. When the Verizon guy transferred my contacts from my old phone, the format was different than it is now - along with the format of the home screen. I would also like to note that those contacts are gone. So, my question is... if I click restore in iTunes, will it reverse it to the actual iPhone format (instead of the touch format)? The messaging, calling, Siri, and all that are there.... it's just the format is wrong. And can I somehow go back and make these two devices two separate devices now? What are my options to fix what I've messed up? Thanks!