Ever tried to sync your iPod, iPhone or iPad to another iTunes library just to be presented with a messages saying that in order to sync, the device it has to be erased? iTunes makes it difficult to sync with multiple libraries, however in this tutorial I’ll show you a few different workarounds to successfully get iTunes to play by your rules and not erase everything.
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Its come to my attention that a lot of people are having issues syncing iPads, iPhones and iPods to iTunes. It would seem that even though the device is set up to sync with iTunes correctly, sometimes it just feels like being a jerk and not syncing. I’m a big fan of Apple products, but it’s no secret that syncing with iTunes can be a little buggy. In this article are a bunch of methods that have worked for other people, and hopefully will work for you.
The Calendar app on your Mac and iOS devices are capable of subscribing to automatically updating iCal schedules. You add that together with the power of Episode Calendar, and your left with a simple and easy way to keep track of your TV shows. You can even set an alarm to remind you, and then have it set to sync across all your devices so you don’t miss your favourite show.
Pick up browsing right where you left off — on your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or Mac.
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