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spiegel9

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Apr 16, 2013
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Hi

first, thanks for reading.

recently, i found some weird problem.

when i rebooting my PC while iphone 5 connected,

iTunes doesn't detect iphone.

although this can be resolved in the following way,

- unplug & plug USB or unplug & plug lightning cable from iphone.

but to do that every time there is quite uncomfortable.

so i tried figure out what is the problem.

finally the cause is Apple Mobile Device Services - TCP/IP protocol driver

dependency.

you can find the video at follow link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ND5TDCSoFOg

as you can see,

i excute services.msc

then find the 'apple mobile device'

just click I simply click on the tab was in turn.

But as soon as you click on the Dependencies tab,

suddenly iTunes detect my iphone.:confused:

it is a just bug or

can i trouble shooting this problem?
 
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Mrbobb

macrumors 601
Aug 27, 2012
4,992
196
I have a feeling this is closely related to flaky WIFI SYNC.

Last time I checked, many work-arounds, work for some, no worky for others.

If u fix this, SELL IT!
 
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spiegel9

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Apr 16, 2013
7
0
nah- i think it is different. because i tested in wi-fi sync mode,

it works damn fine.

only when i connect with lightning cable, this sucks happen occurs to me:mad:.
 
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