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The HFS filesystem that Apple uses on iOS and OS X manages space very efficiently so holes in storage don't really matter on storage like spinning hard drives. Furthermore, the storage on SSD/flash doesn't care about where files are located - the access time is flat for reads and writes on a micro level. Clearly on the macro level, reuse and change on SSD ...


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If you don't want your entire music to be sync, then in iTunes click on your iPhone (or iPod or any iDevice), in the left-sidebar click on Music and then you can make your own parameters to sync only the playlists or artists you want.


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The iTunes File Sharing feature was the first option Apple supplied to allow manual transferring of files to installed 3rd party iOS apps, which support that feature. The main reason was (and still is) to put documents into an app or get them out again. The handling of uploaded (imported) files is wholly controlled by the app allowing this feature. As a ...


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I'm syncing an old 2005 ipod to a newer MacBook Pro using El Capitan 10.11.4. I got this very same message. Solution was to simply quit and restart iTunes. Sync worked the second time around. Try this before creating lower bit-rate versions of all your songs!


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You can group the photos by the camera that took them, using Smart Albums. First click on one of your girlfriend's photos and Show Info under the Window menu. You will see something like this. It's the camera model that is important (I have boxed it in red). My hope is that your iPhone is not the same model as your girlfriend's. If it isn't we are in ...


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I have had this problem as well, and looked at each of the settings in my iPhone 5 (with OS 9.3.1), after reading the advice above and other threads. In Notes, select the account folder you want to move notes from (ex. On My iPhone) Press "Edit" on the upper right. In the lower left select "Move All", or select each note individually, and then select "Move ...


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i just erased all data on my iPhone and restored it through iCloud. The songs that had been removed long ago finally left my phone. I suppose this is a solution but i really hope i wont have to do this too often.


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My phone did the same thing, I shut down my computer then turned it back on didn't work. To solve the problem, I then held the home button and power button (of the phone) until the Apple sign came on then let go waited for it to boot up then my phone stay connected the whole time and I was able to sync my music.


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I had a similar requirement when trying to work with files on a remote FTP-Server from several clients. For me the best working solution on OS 10.11.4 is Fuse for OS X together with MacFusion. The first one can be found on sourceforge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/osxfuse/files/ Fuse is the "background-package" which basically extends OS ...



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