why does itunes not recognize my ipod
7. This will bring up a menu as shown in the picture. A. This should show an accurate capacity. If it reads something like 1 terrabyte then the hard drive/flash drive is bad. B. You have to be able to select FAT32 as the file system. If you can't then again the hard drive/flash drive is bad. C. Allocation size should automatically be set to default. If you can't select an allocation size then the hard drive/flash drive is bad. D. Now select quick format, and click start. Once this has been done it should show up in iTunes as a corrupt iPod. Restore the iPod at this time and this should finally resolve the problem. If you are still encountering a problem visit
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My computer won't recognize my iPhone/iPad/iPod. Syncios failed to detect my iPhone/iPad/iPod. All the detection issues above may resulted from the Apple Mobile Device USB Driver not installed successfully on your computer. To solve this problem, you can simply follow the steps below to install Apple Mobile Device USB Driver manually on your computer. How to install Apple Mobile Device USB Driver? 1. Right-click on Computer, and choose Manage 2. The Computer Manager would be launched, on the left panel, choose Device Manager.
Then expand Universal Serial Bus controller ; locate the Apple Mobile Device USB Driver. If this entry is displayed without a "! " or "? " symbol over it, which means that the driver is successfully installed. If you see a symbol next to the device's entry, then this device is disabled. To enable this device, right-click it and choose Enable from the shortcut menu. If the Apple Mobile Device USB Driver entry is listed, but has a "! " or "? " over it, reinstall the Apple Mobile Device Driver. Go next step 3. If the Apple Mobile Device USB Driver is not listed, go to step 3. 3. To install or reinstall Apple Mobile Device USB Driver, Under the Other devices, double click Universal Serial Bus(USB) controllers. 4.
On the pop-up window, simply choose the second one Browse my computer for driver software. 5. The path should be: C:Program FilesCommon FilesAppleMobile Device SupportDrivers (if you had changed your iTunes installing path, please follow your own path. ) For 64 bit users, please kindly note that it should be in Program Files folder, not the 'Program Files(x86)'. 6. Unplug your iOS device, then reconnect it using USB cable. Now, your iOS device detection problem would be fixed. How to get rid of iTunes while managing iPhone/iPad/iPod?
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