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Thread: 3.0 Music Problem.

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    Default 3.0 Music Problem.
    Alright, I have the newest version of 3.0, and yes I am a developer, but I'm having a dilemma.

    Every time I sync my iPhone with iTunes, it shows that all 1,700 of my songs are synced, and I can see that they are taking up memory on the phone. When I try to play the music through the phone, it doesnt see any music on the phone....

    I dont know how to get this fixed.

    Anyone having this problem? Or better yet, anyone have a solution.
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    Are you jailbroken? Perhaps some kind of permissions of folder ownership issue? Just a thought.

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    No, I'm not jailbroken, it's obviously just a bug since its a beta, but there has to be a way around it.
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    youre correct, it is a bug. i've had that same problem before, but try opening up the ipod.app when the phone is plugged into itunes, it should crash the app and then sync it and try again

    after doing that a couple times, it worked and i could play music off my phone again

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    Hmm. I'll give it a try. Thanks.

    I found a solution:

    This is my solution to "Syncing User's iPhone" continuous sync problem.

    1. Plug iPhone to iTunes
    2. Cancel sync immediately.
    3. Uncheck sync contact in iTunes.
    4. Uncheck sync music. (Remove all songs)
    5. Create a playlist. (e.g. test playlist)
    6. Put 1 song into the playlist.
    7. Sync the 'test playlist'
    8. Wait for sync to complete. (It should complete within 15 minutes)
    9. Uncheck 'test playlist', check the songs you want to sync.
    10. Hit sync and wait.
    11. I waited my iPhone to sync for around 40 minutes. (just wait, it should work.)
    12. Done! ;D

    Source: [ame=http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=671116]>> iPhone OS 3.0 solution to "iPod App will not sync problem" << - Mac Forums[/ame]
    Last edited by Micara57; 2009-04-06 at 04:46 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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