Calendar Beta and iOS4 Messed up my MobileMe Calendar

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  1. Wicked1 macrumors 68040

    Wicked1

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    Anyone getting wierd issues when trying to Sync between your Mac, iPhone and MobileMe?

    Everything Syncs fine between my iPhone and MobileMe, and on my Mac everything will Sync except my calendars, really strange, I even have changed them all to use NO timezone and then changed it to use New York Time Zone, still nothing, yet it doubles and triples everything on my iPhone Calendar when I try to Sync with the MacBook?

    Anyone???
     
  2. Randymrf macrumors newbie

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    Aug 18, 2010
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    MM Cal not Syncing ???

    I just got my new iPhone 4. Prior doing so my old iPhone 3 & MM worked perfectly. But not now. Events & Changes I make on my iPhone or PB G4 are not going to the Cloud and showing up.

    I made mistake of clicking on MM Beta and I believe that is the problem. My 2004 PB G4 17" does not have the Intel Chip to run Snow Leopard. I have 10.5.8 ver of Leopard and can't up grade because my machine has a PowerPC G4. Processor.

    I have tried many time to undo or downgrade back to my orginal Mail and cal in MM but going to : www.me.com/downgrade and it does not work.

    Anyone know how I can get rid of Beta and go back to my working MM
    Cal & Email?

    Kind Regards
    Randy
     
  3. EthanNixon macrumors 6502a

    EthanNixon

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    In the beta email, it instructed people to create a CalDav account on your mobile devices if they weren't running iOS4. Maybe try creating a CalDav account on Mac OSX.

    Server: cal.me.com
    Username: email@me.com
    Password: Your password

    This fixed it on my iPad.
     
  4. Madvillain Guest

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    I would do my best to get out of the beta asap. The MM calendar beta literally broke my iPhone. I went through support chat, then through Apple engineering, then ended up taking my iPhone to a genius. The genius replaced my iPhone after unsuccesfully syncing it for two hours. Total time spent on the beta runaround was over two weeks of no syncing and ten hours of emailing, support, and in store help. Get out if you can.

    On the beta site, delete the last word of the address and use .../downgrade to attempt to get out.
     

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