|Oct 13, 2011, 03:46 AM||#1|
iTunes cannot read the contents of your iPhone [solved]
I received the above message this evening when plugging my iPhone into my laptop.
So I did the following and it solved my problem so i thought i'd share in just in case anyone else gets this issue:
■Downloaded i-FunBox which gives you control of the iPhone’s file system from your computer
■Searched the file system for a file entitled iTunesDB. It appeared as 0 bytes and resides in a folder ending iTunes_Control\iTunes
■Disconnected the iPhone from the PC
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