iTunes will not recognize my iPhone

Shere Khaan

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Xp media center edition
version 2002
service pack two

But what about bit?
If it doesn't say 64 bit then don't worry.

As for media center edition that could be the problem as it isn't technically microsoft windows xp. Haven't seen that as an issue anywhere yet though.
 

AU girl

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It's been over 24 hours and I have no solution to the fact that my iTunes will not recognize my iPhone. I've spent probably 10 hours out of the last 24 trying to come up with a solution, and I can't figure it out.

I activated the phone on someone else's computer and it seems to work on everyone else's except mine. Either my USB ports are not working correctly or not compatible. Either way I can't spend any more time with the phone. I'm going to be busy with work for the next 2 or so weeks working everyday and am not going to have the time to spend on this, or the money to buy a new computer.

It's just really a shame, because I'm really liking this phone. The interface is incredible, and it's easy to use. There are some things missing, but for the most part it's lived up to the hype for me. It also sucks because it looks like the process for activating and using this device is really easy, and my piece of crap computer isn't complying. I had to set this up on a computer that is 4 years older than the one I have. Unless I can figure something out by tomorrow, I'm SOL.

My iPhone experience will last all of 36 or so hours. I'll pay the 10% and move on. The phone goes back tomorrow.


OK I have tried since 7 last night getting my iTunes on my iPhone ( uninstalling iTunes restalling etc.even upgrading my AOL page) OK. Go to your iTunes page. Click on music under the heading Library. Put a check mark in the boxes of the songs you want on your iPhone. Then on your iPhone information page for Music put a check mark on Sync music and sync all songs and playlist. (hint it only does the songs you checked earlier) Then click sync on the bottom. IT WORKED FOR ME! GOOD LUCK!
 

Denny Crane

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OK I have tried since 7 last night getting my iTunes on my iPhone ( uninstalling iTunes restalling etc.even upgrading my AOL page) OK. Go to your iTunes page. Click on music under the heading Library. Put a check mark in the boxes of the songs you want on your iPhone. Then on your iPhone information page for Music put a check mark on Sync music and sync all songs and playlist. (hint it only does the songs you checked earlier) Then click sync on the bottom. IT WORKED FOR ME! GOOD LUCK!
Roll Tide AU Girl.