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Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by DomC, Apr 21, 2016.
Noticed this when backing up in iTunes.
What happens after a reboot of the phone and closing and reopening iTunes?
I had that happen to me the other day when I was syncing my iPod Touch. It went away after I opened and closed iTunes and did a resync.
Yeah I noticed this as well when backing up. Heart skipped a beat because I thought the flash had gone corrupt or something.
Nothing I tried got rid of the issue until I ended up restoring. That worked.
Ugh, hate when that happens. Amazing that that bug has been around as long as it has...with no solid fix other than restoring...
before restoring the phone as new, try erasing all the files in the lockdown folder. worked for me a couple times
and i did not have to erase and restore
other causes of lots of other is stuff being left on the iPod / iPhone when you switch to itunes match
i was unable to sync or backup my phones once because i had a 32 bit computer and apple came out with a 64 bit only iTunes and i had to download the special 32 bit iTunes version