iPhone I cannot view and sync iphone on itunes

Mrjoedot

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After I installed iOS9 beta. Nothing is wrong with iPhone6+. So I decided I would like to add music and film from my itunes library.
i run iTunes and connect my phone via USB. I clicked on iphone icon on iTunes.
THERE IT IS....The beachball of death!
Anyone has similar issue?

Anyone find the description confusing, please let me know

Thanks
 

!!!

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Aug 5, 2013
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After I installed iOS9 beta. Nothing is wrong with iPhone6+. So I decided I would like to add music and film from my itunes library.
i run iTunes and connect my phone via USB. I clicked on iphone icon on iTunes.
THERE IT IS....The beachball of death!
Anyone has similar issue?

Anyone find the description confusing, please let me know

Thanks
Start iTunes and then connect your phone. Click on it and wait until the beachball has gone away.
 

Polaroid

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Oct 1, 2013
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Report it to apple and then restore back to public release software and install any beta software on a dev testing device ;)
 

jt999

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Oct 11, 2007
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Same problem for me.
I see my phone listed, but when I click on it I get the Spinning Wheel of Death."
 

thesmokingsuns

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I'm having the same issue. Really want to add music to my iPhone 6 Plus and I can't because I get that beach ball wheel when I click on my device. I am on iOS 9 Beta 2.
 

jt999

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Oct 11, 2007
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I installed Xcode - Still getting the "SWOD."
Also, I couldn't find this issue in the Release Notes.
 

Shirasaki

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I guess, probably you need to install beta OS X El Capitan.
I manage to install OS X El Capitan on my primary device. Now I can easily manage my iPhone and iPad, which are all iOS 9 beta 2. On the contrary, Windows version of iTunes doesn't even recognise my device at all, now.

I also have X code installed, though. ;)
 

Mrjoedot

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Report it to apple and then restore back to public release software and install any beta software on a dev testing device ;)
Same problem for me.
I see my phone listed, but when I click on it I get the Spinning Wheel of Death."
Isn't this a known issue in the release notes?
install xcode if u havent already. its mentioned in the release note

I installed Xcode - Still getting the "SWOD."
Also, I couldn't find this issue in the Release Notes.
I guess, probably you need to install beta OS X El Capitan.
I manage to install OS X El Capitan on my primary device. Now I can easily manage my iPhone and iPad, which are all iOS 9 beta 2. On the contrary, Windows version of iTunes doesn't even recognise my device at all, now.

I also have X code installed, though. ;)
It's working now. Thanks to iTunes 12.2
won;t work with previous version