So I used to just hate Itunes – Then I made the mistake of enabling Wi-Fi Syncing……

11 Nov 2011 admin In G+ Posts

So I used to just hate Itunes – Then I made the mistake of enabling Wi-Fi Syncing… now it just opens with a mind of its own….and does not close.. so its just in my face all the time.. Plus you now have to unlock the device everytime you sync via USB – REALLY?

I will be going back to standard syncing……

I know its a 1st world issue but really?

Comments: 23

  1. JD Liddil 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    Exactly why I avoid itunes like the plague as well as a few other reasons

  2. Brent Burzycki 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    +JD Liddil Hard to avoid it…. when you own and ipod and ipad…

  3. Chris Sullivan 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    and…that is why I do not own an ipod/pad

  4. Scott Davis 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    Yeah, iTunes is super annoying.

  5. Pedro Ricardo 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    Yeah… AND it sucks resources dry!

  6. David Cheung 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    If there ever was a Yin/Yang to iProducts, iTunes is it.

  7. Scott Davis 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    Half the time the WiFi sync gives me an error message saying it can't find my iPad, but then starts to sync anyways.

  8. Pedro Ricardo 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    lol

  9. Pedro Ricardo 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    I moved all my music to google music and now listen to it either on the pc (I have 5.1 logitech speakers) or on my samsung galaxy (instead of my ipod). It's been sweet so far…) 🙂

  10. Pedro Ricardo 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    Of course… If I go somewhere without wi fi or 3g… Bye, bye!!! 🙂

  11. JD Liddil 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    At least on a PC there is j river media center (http://www.jriver.com/index.html) and helium music manager

  12. O Emmanuelli 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    you can always put some of those files in your galaxy, i dont use/need an ipod anymore! yay

  13. Pedro Ricardo 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    I do have some. But I can't fit all. It only has 16 GB.

  14. Brent Burzycki 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Scott Davis thats killer….. and do not get me started on iCloud

  15. Scott Davis 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    The day i installed iOS 5 and setup iCloud, I got an email saying my free 5GB was almost full. I still don't know what all is taking up that 5GB, since I don't have an iPhone and have nothing in my iCloud 'photostream'.

  16. Leonard Oglesby 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Scott Davis & +Brent Burzycki I manage my music files & everything else between devices and iTunes manually. This is a lesson I learned with my first iPod.

    As far as iCloud is concerned I am disappointed, I was quite happy with iDisk, now the two features I actually use in iDisk will be lost on 6/30/2012.
    With iDisk and a great program, Filechute, I am able to store and share images and other files with ease, just like this;
    http://homepage.mac.com/lco/filechute/Cisitalia-5881-B2p.jpg

    So now I am exploring other options such as PogoPlug.
    http://www.pogoplug.com/products.html

  17. Brent Burzycki 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    +Leonard Oglesby it is painful… but I am sure Apple knows what is best for us all….

  18. Chris Sullivan 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    haha…

  19. David Cheung 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    Yes, must worship the evil empire …

  20. Brent Burzycki 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    +David Cheung After reading the book – I am not sure I want to worship them….

  21. David Cheung 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    ;^)

  22. JD Liddil 11 Nov 2011 Reply

    Just say No to Apple.

  23. Issam Talib 12 Nov 2011 Reply

    Apple Rules. . .

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