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Sync software for ios 9

by rockymtnhigh47 / December 2, 2015 12:24 PM PST

I had been limping along with an iPhone 3GS that would only partially sync with my Outlook 2010 (Win 7). Since my daughter upgraded to an iPhone 6, I took her 5 w/ ios 9.1 and upgraded my iTunes from 10 to 12.3. Now I find out that ios 9 is not compatible with Outlook Notes (let’s hear for progress!!). Notes was the one thing that reliably synced to the 3GS! I need software that will reliably syc BOTH DIRECTIONS with my Outlook contacts, calendar, notes, phone apps, photos, a few short videos and maybe music (I may keep that on iTunes if I can). Is Syncios right for ios 9? Is there a better alternative?

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Have to write. Too hard for many.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 2, 2015 12:41 PM PST

I have a friend that is a programmer and it all syncs but he setup the sync to his gmail+calendar and then syncs with that to Outlook and other things. So this is unacceptable for everyday users.

So no. If you want to stick with Microsoft I suggest you break rank and look again at Microsoft's phones or think about getting a Mac.

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by renegade600 / December 2, 2015 2:34 PM PST
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