I'm hoping I can get a few questions answered by the wizards at mac rumors. I recently purchased a new iPhone 5, which I restored from a backup, bringing everything over from my old 4S. One thing that does not come over however from an iCloud restore are your media files, namely movies. I just got around to synching my new iPhone 5 to my computer via iTunes, and I went over to the movies sub-tab to bring all the movies over to my new phone. When I attempt to do this, I get the following message: The iPhone "Eric's iPhone" is synched with another iTunes library. Do you want to erase this iPhone and sync with this iTunes library? An iPhone can be synced with only one iTunes library at a time. Erasing and syncing replaces the contents of this iPhone with the contents of this iTunes library. I'm super confused as although I have multiple Apple devices (iPhone 4S, new 5, and iPad 2), I only have one iTunes library (that I'm aware of anyway) on my laptop computer. Also, I went through all the trouble of restoring my iPhone 5 from my iCloud backup, which worked perfectly, I don't want to erase and re-sync. As it stands now, iTunes won't let me simply bring over my movies without apparently erasing the contents of my iPhone 5 now, and replacing it with whatever is in my current iTunes library. Can anyone tell me what is going on here, and how I might go about bringing over the movies to my phone without having to blow everything out and start over? Thanks!