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    Question Sync iphone calendar on one computer and the music on another one??

    Hi there,
    I have 2 computers,the one is for business and the other is private.I just want to sync a calendar on one computer (business) and the music on another one (private),but everytime i try to synchronise only the calendar with itunes homesharing, it deletes all my music on my iphone.Is there any way to solve this problem???
    Any help will be greatly appreciated!



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    Just uncheck content like music, videos & apps on the computer you only want to sync your calendar with and to sync the music is the same.Moreover u can sync your calendars with multiple computers.
    If it still can't work,you may refer to this article How to transfer iPhone Contacts, SMS, Calendar,Notes & Call History ,it also include transfering music.Hope it could help u.
    Last edited by sheldon; 08-19-2011 at 03:40 AM.

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    Well, it is very straight forward procedure. When you sync the iphone to your computer and when you click on your iphone setting in the itunes, there is option given to uncheck videos, music, apps, etc; so all you need to do is just unckeck the things that you do not want to sync in the computer and only the checked things will be synced in the computer.

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    1、make sure your iphone is the latest one .if it isn’t ,then get it updated to take advantage of the latest features.
    2、open iTunes on the secondary computer and connect your iphone with it .choose cancel, when a widown pops up asking for erasing and rewriting of data.
    3、select “Manually Manage Music and Movies” option under the summary tab ,transfer music from that computer’s iTunes library to your iphone .
    Once you have purchased apps, they stay purchased and you can reinstall any apps from an authorized PC, after signing in to your iTunes account. So that's how you can sync iPhone with two computers and protect your data from getting erased!
    If above can’t help you , here I share a page for you “how to transfer music from iphone computer“ Maybe this is useful for you

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    itunes has blocked this function since itunes is the tool with one way to transfer files from itune to iphone. So clearly auto sync with new computer will erase iphone contents those not purchased from itunes store.
    To solve this problem you still need the Apple app to complish this progress.Just download and install iTunes & the iCloud control app on your machine again, then log in with your Apple ID and it should now recognize your mac as a new machine and attach it with this Apple ID. After finishing these simple step now you can sync your iPhone!
    Or you can use other tools to achieve that. Just google your question and find articles or tools such as iPhone to Computer Transfer that may be of great help


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    Using iCloud and it's sync is far the easiest way. It doesn't cost a dime and just works.
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    Generally speaking, you can only sync with 1 iTunes account/computer at a time. You can easily sync calendar over the air via google calendar, or exchange, depending on what your calendar is *in* on the desktop.
    I'd explore that option.

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    -make sure your iphone is the latest one .if it isn’t ,then get it updated to take advantage of the latest features.
    -open iTunes on the secondary computer and connect your iphone with it .choose cancel, when a widown pops up asking for erasing and rewriting of data.
    -select “Manually Manage Music and Movies” option under the summary tab ,transfer music from that computer’s iTunes library to your iphone .
    For more detailed guide of sync content to iPone, follow these tips
    For PC: How to transfer iPhone files to computer
    For Mac: How to transfer iPhone contents to Mac

 

 

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