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Trouble with iPhone 4 driver on windows 8


ahmada

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#1
Did anyone have problems with iPhone 4 driver installation?
Under Device Manager it is only showing "MTP USB Device"
And it says that device cannot start error (10)
 

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MrNeeds

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#3
mine's showing as Apple iPhone on device manager.

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pokocenje

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Same. Using iphone3g on old 3.2 firmware. When I uninstall driver and plug iphone back in it briefly comes up as iphone and then when it installs driver again it goes back to MTP. Cant get pics off iphone!!!
 

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#7
This is why we need a like button ;)
 

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zaersx

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I seem to have made some progress, I can now access my iPhone's photos...
1) Open "Device Manager"
2) Uninstall "Apple Mobile Device Manager" in "USB" section, including installation files(make sure the device is disconnected before hand)
3) Re-connect device

To note, I've also installed iTunes 10.5 beta 7 x64, however, Syncing to no avail.
 

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I seem to have made some progress, I can now access my iPhone's photos...
1) Open "Device Manager"
2) Uninstall "Apple Mobile Device Manager" in "USB" section, including installation files(make sure the device is disconnected before hand)
3) Re-connect device

To note, I've also installed iTunes 10.5 beta 7 x64, however, Syncing to no avail.
thanks, it works
 

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zrmxp95

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Ok, so I have come up with a way to get my iPod touch 4G (iOS 5 b7) to sync with iTunes 10.5 b7 (This also worked with my iPad):

1) Close iTunes
2) Go to services
3) Stop "Apple Mobile Device"
4) Plug device in, wait for the 1 or 2 chimes
5) Start "Apple Mobile Device"
6) Open iTunes
7) During Sync you might get an "Unable to receive data from sync services", but it still syncs)

Hope this helps :D

iTunes will backfire if it is open when you plug your device in after you stopped the service.
 
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acer54

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Ok, so I have come up with a way to get my iPod touch 4G (iOS 5 b7) to sync with iTunes 10.5 b7 (This also worked with my iPad):

1) Close iTunes
2) Go to services
3) Stop "Apple Mobile Device"
4) Plug device in, wait for the 1/2 chimes
5) Start "Apple Mobile Device"
6) Open iTunes
7) During Sync you might get an "Unable to receive data from sync services", but it still syncs)

Hope this helps :D

iTunes will backfire if it is open when you plug your device in after you stopped the service.

This method works for me, thanks for the heads up :cool:
 

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Greg

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Guys please help me, because i cant see my iphone 4 in itunes. I did this method, installed the itunes 10.5 beta 7, did this unistall Apple Mobile... and anything. Now i can see in my computer my phone as a camera, but thats all. The itunes cant recognize my iphone. Whats the problem? Please help me...Thanks
 

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#14
I seem to have made some progress, I can now access my iPhone's photos...
1) Open "Device Manager"
2) Uninstall "Apple Mobile Device Manager" in "USB" section, including installation files(make sure the device is disconnected before hand)
3) Re-connect device

To note, I've also installed iTunes 10.5 beta 7 x64, however, Syncing to no avail.
Can you share me a link for the beta? it would be much appreciated :)
 

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#17
note: my iphone 3gs current ios version 4.33 (about to update to ios 5 beta 7) works fine and syncs perfectly on windows 8 dev preview dedicated (no VM) 64 bit
 

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zirtan

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Ok, so I have come up with a way to get my iPod touch 4G (iOS 5 b7) to sync with iTunes 10.5 b7 (This also worked with my iPad):

1) Close iTunes
2) Go to services
3) Stop "Apple Mobile Device"
4) Plug device in, wait for the 1 or 2 chimes
5) Start "Apple Mobile Device"
6) Open iTunes
7) During Sync you might get an "Unable to receive data from sync services", but it still syncs)

Hope this helps :D

iTunes will backfire if it is open when you plug your device in after you stopped the service.
Well it does not work for me, I tried many times from "Services" stop, plug-in, start, open iTunes but no good. If you have any other ways, please post here. Thank you
 

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I can confirm that this issue is due to the lack of Windows Media Player on your N version of Windows.. I have just had this issue with a Windows 8 N 64 bit.. Resolved it by downloading the add on pack from Microsoft for Windows Media Player 12.
I now have my iphone drive back in My Computer so I can take pictures and videos off my phone by dragging and dropping.
Hope this helps some other users who have stumbled across this..
Bish... xxx
 

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Trouble with iphone4 driver on windows 8

Trying to install AMDS, on my Toshiba C55A Laptop – Intel Celeron N2820 2.13 Ghz 64 bit, fully updated genuine Windows 8.1
It does not install and rolls back AppleMobileDeviceSupport64.msi
Message saying:
The Apple Mobile Device Support won’t be installed on your computer
The installer encountered errors before Apple Mobile Device Support could be configured
Your system has not been modified
To retry the operation at a later time, run installer again.








Ok, so I have come up with a way to get my iPod touch 4G (iOS 5 b7) to sync with iTunes 10.5 b7 (This also worked with my iPad):

1) Close iTunes
2) Go to services
3) Stop "Apple Mobile Device"
4) Plug device in, wait for the 1 or 2 chimes
5) Start "Apple Mobile Device"
6) Open iTunes
7) During Sync you might get an "Unable to receive data from sync services", but it still syncs)

Hope this helps :D

iTunes will backfire if it is open when you plug your device in after you stopped the service.
 

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    win8.1
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    Laptop
    System Manufacturer/Model
    Toshiba C55A

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