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syncing iPad with OS X 6 when sync conflicts show

Posted on 2011-10-01
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If I'm syncing (via iTunes) I sometimes get the "resolve conflict" window. So if I go through it and resolve right away I'm fine.

But sometime I say: "No... I'll get to it later" And click away from the conflict screen.

You would think that that screen is somehow still there in the background.

BUT I CAN'T FIND IT!!

So that's my little problem.

Any body know what I'm talking about, or of what I need to do?

I'm trying to get back to the "sync conflicts" window after it disappeared.

Thanks
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The best way that I solve that issue is to go back to iTunes; click on your iPad in the left column; change something minor and click the Apply button (bottom right); this should resync and bring up the conflicts again.
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Thanks. Can you please give me an example of "something minor" that I could change?

Take care!
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just change a synchronised playlist or something similar; deselect a movie or song and then sync..

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