iPod touch "4 items could not be synced. Please check iTunes for more information" Error

WDSnav91

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Jun 8, 2011
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I have my iPod touch on iOS 5.0.1 and I am using wifi sync. I still get this error on my iPod screen with a wired or wireless sync. The error that comes up on my iPod screen every time I sync is "4 items could not be synced. Please check iTunes for more information." When I look at iTunes there are no errors showing up on iTunes and I don't see iTunes try to sync anything and then stop or anything like that. If I sync manually instead of automatic and watch it, the error shows up on my iPod but iTunes says nothing. I also don't see anything missing on the iPod that it didn't sync so I don't know why I am getting this error. This is a minor annoyance and I want to know how to fix it. Thanks.
 

siurpeeman

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Dec 2, 2006
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i got the same errors, and they started happening when i turned on (then off) itunes match. i didn't know how to fix it, so i just yesterday restored my iphone to resolve the issue. :(
 

WDSnav91

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Original poster
Jun 8, 2011
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i got the same errors, and they started happening when i turned on (then off) itunes match. i didn't know how to fix it, so i just yesterday restored my iphone to resolve the issue. :(
I have restored multiple times and it still gives me the same error.
 

scotty321

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Jun 4, 2003
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Los Angeles, CA
I finally resolved this issue for myself by going into iTunes' Preferences, clicking on the Advanced tab, then clicking on both reset buttons: "Reset Warnings" and "Reset Caches".

Note, however, that I did this AFTER unchecking the sync checkboxes for every possible thing that I thought might be causing the problem: voice memos (which have been a HUGE syncing headache in the past), expired TV shows & movies, unnecessary music & books & podcasts, etc.
 

GHaynes

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Mar 5, 2018
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I finally resolved this issue for myself by going into iTunes' Preferences, clicking on the Advanced tab, then clicking on both reset buttons: "Reset Warnings" and "Reset Caches".

Note, however, that I did this AFTER unchecking the sync checkboxes for every possible thing that I thought might be causing the problem: voice memos (which have been a HUGE syncing headache in the past), expired TV shows & movies, unnecessary music & books & podcasts, etc.
[doublepost=1520270258][/doublepost]Thanks so much for this fix! Tried it and it works just fine!
 
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