|Nov 25, 2010, 04:09 PM||#1|
iTunes corrupt, how to back up iPhone without losing current data
I could really use some help with a little predicament. My old desktop recently fried itself, so my main iTunes archive is no longer accessible. I want to start a new main archive on my laptop, but since the backup I have of the iTunes Archive is rather old, I do not want to just sync my iPhone to this old backup, since I'm worried about losing data.
How can I transfer all the contents of my phone to the new iTunes archive, making sure that the archive will let the phone data take precedent over older files?
|Nov 25, 2010, 04:16 PM||#2|
If your on a Mac look up a program called Senuti , not sure of the PC Alternate
Mac Pro 2008 ,2.8Gh 8 Core 6GB RAM , ATI 5870 1GB ,
Macbook Pro 2010 , 2.6Ghz,8GB, GT320M 256
|Nov 26, 2010, 10:11 AM||#3|
After investigating Sanuti, I'm not really sure that it solves my problem. I'm not really interested in recovering my music files from the iPhone, as a matter of fact I have none (netradio takes up much less space).
My main concern is how to save/recover my apps, the saved data associated with said apps (e.g. save games etc), my saved audio recordings, photos, notes, contacts etc.
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