ICloud is seriously messed up on my iPhone. Notes duplicate endlessly. iTunes can’t recognize, let alone sync, the phone over wifi. And my calendars won’t sync at all. Worst of all, I can’t actually log out of iCloud to stop the Notes duplication. When I go to iCloud settings and select “Delete Account” I get an error message that says "Couldn’t Delete Account - The account may be syncing data. Please try again.” This, despite the fact that I have automatic backups turned off and I don’t see what could possibly be syncing. Going into my iCloud settings on the phone and toggling off the connection to Notes, Calendars etc. doesn’t work either. I get the message that says “Turning off Notes” but it immediately and automatically turns itself back on. I have tried logging out of iCloud on all my other devices. I have also tried restoring my phone to default settings, and when I do this i am able to log in and out of iCloud normally, my Calendars appear on my phone, Notes stop duplicating, and iTunes can detect the phone wirelessly. So I don’t think this is a hardware problem. However, as soon as I restore my backup to the phone it all stops working again. So I am thinking that there may be some sort of corrupted file somewhere in my backup or something. Does anyone have any suggestions or idea what is going on? Or how to fix it? On a related note, the only thing I really need to restore from the backup of my phone is my text message history. Is there any way that I could restore my phone to default settings and transfer all my texts to the phone without actually restoring? Thanks so much for any suggestions you may have! This is really frustrating!