iDrive dan iTunes

Berawal dari perintah komandan untuk mindahin datanya dari iPhone 4S ke 5. 

Pekerjaan yang kelihatannya sepele, tapi kalo gak pernah ya sama saja seperti ngulek sambel, atau nyapu. Kalau gak pernah pasti salah tingkah. Cari punya cari, ketemu iDrive

Bisa untuk Windows, Mac,iOS, dan Android (Sorry BlackBerry gak ada)

 

Belum sempat menyelami lebih dalam, tapi nampaknya sama saja seperti DropBox.

 

Update 1 hari setelahnya => akhirnya saya gak pake nih. balik lagi pake iTunes. Saya berhasil mindahin video, photos, dan email account.

Caranya simple, yang paliiing… penting, adalah step :

Click the “Devices” tab in “Preferences,” then ensure that there is a check in the checkbox next to “Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically,” then click “OK.” This allows you to control this synchronization of contacts. You can always change the option back if you prefer.

Lebih lengkapnya sebenarnya saya ambil dari sini tapi mana tahu ke depan, websitenya mati, jadi saya copas aja deh.

 

Syncing contacts between two iPhones doesn’t require much time or effort.

Smartphones let us keep a lengthy list of contacts with details like phone numbers, email addresses, mailing addresses, websites and even Twitter accounts. As you’d expect, the iPhone has a good contacts app for organizing all of this information. If you want to transfer your contacts to another iPhone, you need to sync the first iPhone’s contacts with a computer, then sync that computer with the second iPhone.

Items you will need

  • Mac or PC with iTunes
  • iPhone USB cable
 

Setup

Step 1

Open the iTunes software program on your computer.

Step 2

Open the “Preferences” settings. This is located under the “iTunes” menu in a Mac and under the “Edit” menu on a PC.

Step 3

Click the “Devices” tab in “Preferences,” then ensure that there is a check in the checkbox next to “Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically,” then click “OK.” This allows you to control this synchronization of contacts. You can always change the option back if you prefer.

Syncing the First iPhone

Step 1

Connect the first iPhone with its Universal Serial Bus (USB) cable. This is the phone with the contacts you’re syncing onto the other phone.

Step 2

Click on the iPhone option in the left-hand pane in iTunes. It may take a few moments for the icon to appear.

Step 3

Click the “Info” tab in the main pane of iTunes.

Step 4

Ensure that there is a check in the checkbox labeled “Sync Address Book contacts.” Then select which contacts you want to transfer to the other iPhone; you can select “All Contacts” or select specific groups on your phone.

Step 5

Deselect all other sync options in the “Info” tab.

Step 6

Click “Apply” in the bottom-right corner of iTunes. This begins the syncing process, which may take a moment or two. If you have never synced this iPhone with iTunes, iTunes will ask you if the contacts should merge between your computer and the iPhone, overwrite the iPhone’s contacts or overwrite the computer’s contacts. Choose either to merge the contacts or overwrite the computer’s contacts. If there are no contacts on your computer, you can select the merge option.

Step 7

Unplug the USB cable from the iPhone. You should leave the cable connected to your computer so that you can attach the second iPhone.

Syncing the Second iPhone

Step 1

Plug the USB cord into the second iPhone and wait for iTunes to recognize it.

Step 2

Click the iPhone icon in the left-hand pane and then click the “Info” tab in the main pane.

Step 3

Check again to make sure that the only sync option selected is the address book contacts.

Step 4

Click “Apply.” iTunes will likely ask you again about merging or overwriting. Select overwriting the phone’s contacts if you want to replace that iPhone’s existing contacts with the new contact list. Otherwise select the merge option.

Step 5

Wait a moment for the synchronization to complete.

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