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    Default [iPhone 2G][iTunes]Not enough privileges to Sync ????

    I recently upgraded to 2.2
    was working fine for 2 days. i mean syncing was not a problem until today (after two days) there is an error msg on iTunes. It says:
    iPhone "name of my iPhone" cannot be synced. You do not have enough privileges to sync.

    What is wrong. Please someone help



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    Hi

    Never tried but I've seen people say that following this info below will fix that message.

    Maybe to be safe don't delete the Cache folder instead move it to the desktop until your sure it works

    To resolve this issue, you will need to delete the iPod Photo Cache file on your Mac.

    1. Go to your Pictures folder (~/Pictures).

    2. Hold down the Control button on your keyboard, click the iPhoto Library file and select Show Package Contents.

    3. Locate the iPod Photo Cache folder and delete it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n350z View Post
    Hi

    Never tried but I've seen people say that following this info below will fix that message.

    Maybe to be safe don't delete the Cache folder instead move it to the desktop until your sure it works
    I got this problem and it was solved with Speedy's fix. Try it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by n350z View Post
    Hi

    Never tried but I've seen people say that following this info below will fix that message.

    Maybe to be safe don't delete the Cache folder instead move it to the desktop until your sure it works


    Unfortunatly it didn't work. I am getting the same msg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duck9000 View Post
    I got this problem and it was solved with Speedy's fix. Try it out

    Thread moved, BTW

    It didn't work duck9000 !!!!! i still get you do not have enough privileges !!!!


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    Did you restart iTunes after try it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by duck9000 View Post
    Did you restart iTunes after try it?
    i did the following:

    1. deleted the iPod Photo Cache then synced .. same msg
    2. deleted the iPod Photo Cache then restarted iTunes ... same msg
    3. closed iTuned, deleted the iPod Photo Cache then started iTunes ... same msg

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    Have a look @ this thread

    Apple - Support - Discussions - Can't Sync Photos to iPhone... ...

    The last few post have some thing you could try
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    i got it to work with syncing the photos from iPhoto, but what i really wanted was to add photos from my external hdd. and when i select the folders and sync that msgs still showing. oh well i guess i'll just have to import my pics to iphoto.. hate iphoto ..

 

 

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