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i need urgent help!

I've upgraded my home PC laptop into a new Macbook pro, but I've run into several problems. One of these problems is iPhone 4 synchronisation and ipod nano 4th generation.

Previously, I synchronised my iPhone 4 and iPod nano with a PC. Now I want to sync it with my new Macbook, but I don't want to lose all my app data, contacts, valuable messages, settings and re-upload all the music, photos, etc.

Is there any possibility for me to sync with my Macbook without losing all my contacts, messages, photos, settings and avoid reinstall apps and re-upload all the music? Anyone know the secret sauce that will tell the iPhone and iPod to now use the mac and forever forget the old pc?

Wish i can just plug in my iPhone 4 and iPod nano to my new macbook straight away and ready to go. (without erasing and reformat all the contents...)

PS: Dear cnet, please please please please please make a video review and step by step tutorials on how to solve this issue immediately..

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Try iPodlounge

I've received excellent help @ ipodlounge in the past when I've run into technical issues backing up/etc.

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@ Try iPodlounge

Yeahhhh thanks alot. very helpful.

why don't you prove it to me and point out those 'very detailed solutions' from this forum?

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Yep!, that's the tone that motivates people to help you,

keep it up and you will be swamped with replies to your problem!

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I just did simple search and found a few

Why can't you do the same??

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I think they want fish.

Once in a while a member just wants dinner. Caught, prepared to their liking, seasoned and with the fine linen settings.

Camping and fishing isn't for everyone. But I do suggest that everyone try it many times.
Bob

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Cross posted in How To.

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