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And this is the answer, after careful research: There is NO possible way to do this. SAS cannot be installed on an iMac. Apple likes to surprise its users by making an aluminum shell that cannot be altered. There are SCSI to USB converters, all discontinued, expensive and unreliable. There is the ATTO ThunderLink, which uses the Thunderbolt port, but this ...
Have you tried syncing your iPhone with iTunes? If that doesn't work I typically go into settings->general->reset->erase all content and settings and erase all content. Make sure that you turn off iCloud photos to eliminate this from happening again.
I have the same problem. If I sync a few times, it eventually corrects itself. I am using iTunes 12.0.1 on Windows and an iPhone 4S.
Deleting music off your phone doesnt affect the itunes library's contents (in your case Music) So you can un-sync your music../ update your library.. and put whatever you want back on.
The solution where you disable certain data from being backed up in iCloud is not really a solution but merely a workaround. Unfortunately, the real solution would imply you paying for iCloud's yearly subscription charges. Or keep your iPhone backup out of the cloud an on your PC instead: There is not enough iCloud storage available. How to backup iPhone ...
I just had this problem and now i think i fixed it. Just for your info i also tried deleting old pictures etc etc and it still says i cant take photos because not enough space (grrr) Solution: i just switched my phone off and turned it back on! This must be a bug....
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