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Unable to Sync iPhoto Library to my iPhone

Regardless of the content type (Movie or photo) or source of capture (DSLR, iPhone or imports) iPhone photo app stopped getting updated with latest iPhoto library. All files extensions are compatible with iOS 8. I did turn off/on photo syncing from iTunes without success.
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engthamer
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Network ZeroCloud Engineer Commented:
How much space do you have left?
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engthamerAuthor Commented:
I still have 40 GB left on iPhone.
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engthamerAuthor Commented:
Here is a screenshot of iPhoto Library folder content.
IScreenshot-2015-01-19-09.23.54.png
I noticed there are two folders named library.iPhoto and library6.iPhoto.

Could it be the reason?
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Uni KittyCommented:
Do you use itunes to manage your iPhone?
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engthamerAuthor Commented:
yes I do use iTunes.
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Uni KittyCommented:
I checked on the library.*iPhoto files and am not seeing that these cause issues, it just means that you have an older library format. The files are important as this is where iPhoto stores your photo libraries. I'd hold off messing with those for now.  I did run across folks trying to disable the sync between iPhoto and iPhones. They said it's under Image Capture, maybe you disabled it at some point by mistake?

My references:
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1769543
http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=527557
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David AndersTechnician Commented:
Oct 2014 Apple Discussions about the problem
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6634034
deleting SyncServices helped one person

RESETTING Sync Services is an option - backup before doing so, is critical
http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203202
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engthamerAuthor Commented:
I found out that the reason is because my iPhoto library larger than iPhone capacity.
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