Can’t Sync data Between iTunes and iPhone with iOS 8 – How to Fix

After upgrading to iOS 8,iPhone users found so many iOS 8 problems, and some of these users reported the problems about syncing between iTunes and iPhone on Wi-Fi network. Some mistakes are infinite synchronization and others simply not try it, simply does not work. And some people have to choose some iTunes Alternatives for help.

There is actually a few tips to repair these problems, which you can have a try.

Update iOS and iTunes

Fundamental issues with iOS or OS X, it is to check that you are running the latest version of the operating system. In this case we will have to check it for iOS and iTunes.

How to check if the iTunes and other related software is the newest version?

Follow this path: settings > General > Update software. If there is any new version will appear here and you can proceed with the upgrade.

To check for updates in iTunes, simply access the program and follows the route: iTunes > check for updates. If there is one available will inform you and guide you in the process to update it. You can also check the Mac App Store to see updates that you can install on your system and confirm that iTunes is not among them.

Check if timing, if it is not passed to the next step.

Restart iTunes and all devices

The next logical step is to restart it all. While restarting only iTunes is usually sufficient you can restart your computer to complete for a deeper reset. You must also restart the iPhone. Verify that both return to connect to the same Wi-Fi network and check if Wi-Fi synchronization works, if not, continue to the next step.

Reset WiFi

Sometimes, bad Wi-Fi networks settings can lead to system to give errors. As we are trying to synchronize via WiFi, we are going to Remove and replug both devices to the WiFi.

In iOS:

  1. You start the settings of your iPhone application.
  2. Touch on WiFi on top.
  3. Click on the Info button that appears next to the network bars that are connected.
  4. Click on “Skip this network” and confirm.
  5. He returned to join the network; you’ll need to put the password.

In OS X:

  1. Click the Wi-Fi bars on the right top menu bar.
  2. Click ‘Open Network preferences…’.
  3. Click on “Advanced…”
  4. On the Wireless tab, you will see a list of preferred networks of the system.
  5. Click on the network to delete to highlight it and click on the [-] button to delete it.
  6. He returned to join the network; you’ll need to put the password.

Check if synchronization works, if it doesn’t pass to the next step.

Disables Handoff on the iPhone

Although it is not a definitive answer is a temporary patch that has solved the problem many users, to deactivate the Handoff follows: settings > General > Handoff and suggested applications, disable the option of Handoff (must stay in grey).

Check if synchronization works, if it doesn’t pass to the next step.

Delete on the iPhone network settings

If all else fails, reset the network configuration of the iPhone could get WiFi sync to work. The problem is that restore network configuration makes all WiFi passwords are restored and this applies to other types of network configuration, such as Bluetooth devices.

Steps: Settings > General > reset > reset network settings. At this time, it will request the password and confirmation. It confirms and is already.

Check if synchronization works, if it doesn’t pass to the next step.

Waiting for iOS 8.2

iOS 8.2 is currently in beta phase and should be available in the coming 2015. Early reports indicate that users who are running it are having better results with using Wi-Fi sync, so if you don’t want to reset the network settings or try all these steps, you can always wait a few months to update.


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