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    hey

    i already had the bypass activation applied by someone, and they also put some songs on my iphone. now i want to load my own itunes library songs on it - if i do this, will it force me to reload the phone and re-do the activation again?

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    when you plug your iphone to the itunes it will say that you have to activate it just hit cancel, confirm an you should see your iphone in le itunes library, problably ask you to upgrade to new firmware click cancel to not to upgrade, remember that if you sync songs and videos from another computer you´re gona loose them, cause its gonna sync with your new library, hopes this help.....

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    Ert,

    Thanks - it worked - I told it not to upgrade to the latest firmware.. but when I pushed "sync" it did nothing.

    I had to click "Authorize Computer", sign in with my Itunes ID, then it was OK and sync'ed.

    So far my WiFi looks intact, thanks!!

    ~k

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    yes your right if it was music get in te itunes store, good that work for u

 

 

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