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  1. Manual Backup Eating All Storage Space

    I'm taking my iPhone 4 (16GB, GSM) into the Apple Store tomorrow to see if I can get the battery replaced. As per Apple's recommendation, I did a full, manual backup to my computer. When I back up my iPhone to my computer manually (I normally use the iCloud backup), however, I notice that suddenly all of the free space on the device evaporates. Nothing new was added; in fact, I wiped my camera roll (which had about 800 MB of pics/vids in it) and ran the back up again, and it all disappeared. 3.4 whole GB are now eaten up by the "Other" category, easily three times larger than it was before. I would really appreciate a solution, as it has made it impossible for me to download podcasts. :-( Thanks, Nate
  2. I have an issue where every 1st, 2nd, or 3rd time I sync my iPod classic with iTunes (10.6.x) the settings switch from "Sync only checked songs and videos" to "Manually manage music and videos" and "Enable disk use". The result is that everything on my iPod is for all practical purposes is deleted and more than 7100 songs, audiobooks, and podcasts have to be re-written to my iPod Classic taking an hour or more. This has been going on for about 2 weeks. I have done a complete clean install of Lion and iTunes. I have uninstalled iTunes 10.6.1 and installed 10.6, and when I did this I deleted all of the various configuration files in ~/Library. I have repaired disc permissions on the disk where iTunes resides on my computer. Any help in resolving this issue would be sincerely appreciated.
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