I think the problem started when i tried to put a backup from my 8gig iphone on my 16gig. 28/9/08 12:13 PM Anonymous said... Won't take a long time. Then go back and install all applications. Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by anjin-san, anjin-san Sep 18, 2008 10:00 AM in response to montek Level 1 (0 points) Sep 18, 2008 10:00 AM in response Check This Out
and it worked! Thanks! I have been forgoing updating my apps because of this. Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1712906?tstart=0
iTouch 2.1, iTunes 126.96.36.199, Vista SP1.The manip worked perfectly even if it took time because of the contents to sync again !No more 0xE800002E error by updating the apps.No data loss If you're feeling brave and try this, please add a comment so we can see if it works for people for whom icon order restoration would be a big job. Sync (this will take a while if there's music involved) - this restores the rest.When all is done everything should be in place. slide 2 of 5 Syncing Downloaded App Updates The process by which you update your iPhone apps is built right into your iTunes set up from the start.
This doesn't restore everything -- but don't worry.6. It half worked for me still says I have three updates that are already updated on my phone. It worked flawless for me and I'm no longer irritated! You will find that in your iPhone many of your more well traveled apps will need updates fairly consistently, and this requires connecting to the iTunes App Store to initiate the
If they need to reinstall the app they will lose data that is very important and I think they wont be happy about this. Apple's AI advantage... Make sure that you run a sync between the two where all the purchases made on the iPhone are also saved on your computer. The check will begin and you will then be told how many updates there are, which you can then begin.
When I get a list of Apps to update and sync with my iPhone, I get this error: The application "AOL Radio" was not installed on the iPhone "Mike's iPhone" because Mr. J Posted 15 September 2008 at 01:09 Permalink Reply Rupert, Pwnage Tool for firmware 2.1 is out and I jailbroke my ipod touch with it. This bug has been irritating me since I bought the phone!
I need to credit a Mall of America Apple Store "genius". his comment is here This has been bugging me for weeks. He thought this would work, though that was prior to 2.1. Hi Anonymous - This has info about the location of iPhone backups on XP: http://www.modmyi.com/forums/windows-specific-modding-discussion/8365-location-iphone-backup-made-itunes.htmlPersonally I know jack about Windows, so you're on your own.
A. I also don't want to restore my iPod because I have other things on there that WILL be lost even if I back it up (jailbroken preferences (dock and themes), patched I believe they may have fixed the issue in iTunes 8.0 and iPhone 2.1 but you still need to do this backup/restore before it starts to work. this contact form Hi Paul.
Sync iPhone so you have a backup (I make a zip of my backup directory)3. By the way, running 2.0.2 and it's not jailbroken. Make sure that the ones you have downloaded the app update for have a check mark in the box next to them, which will be required for them to be part
You are then going to want to actually delete the app from your iTunes account, otherwise it will just re-sync to your iPhone during the next sync process. In fact, the Installer is in a sorry state. If it is a paid iPhone app then you should still be able to download it for free again since it was already purchased once. to add one more step for the adventurous (because for me the restore takes hours, and is therefore not really worth it), if you restore a *second* time, after the sync
It's just a pain. always sync sync sync cant even select one single file and delete/move it if you want ... cheers! 25/10/08 3:21 PM Mr.Ballou said... http://crimsonskysoftware.com/unknown-error/unknown-error-an-unknown-error-has-occurred-lol.html So ...
J John Faughnan Posted 15 September 2008 at 00:00 Permalink Reply There's a definitive fix that doesn't require data loss. I'm sure the Apple Techs will tell you reset the phone and if the problem persists I'd simply take it back and get a new one. Here's the key:1. This is pretty easy to do of course.Update 11/9/08: A commenter suggests doing a 2nd 'restore' to restore icon ordering:...if you restore a *second* time, after the sync step, then all
I'll post it myself ...]Followup to earlier: I can confirm that it saved all my high scores, etc, and even cookies in browser, etc. This morning was another example: I tried to update the AIM application--as iTunes had detected there was one available. Deleting aps, restoring from stratch,..all get the same errors. All rights reserved.
iPhone 8 rumor roundup Mastering iPhone Photography iOS 10.1 Portrait Mode review: Magic in its imperfections Mastering iPhone Photography How to use the iPhone 7 Plus camera: The ultimate guide Spin My passwords were largely restored, I did have to reenter my Gmail un/pw.How do I know this solved the problem?When I did this iTunes said I had no updates.