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not quite right
I'm not cool enough to be a Mac person

join:2001-06-23
Puyallup, WA
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reply to haroldo

Re: iTunes never sees iOS devices over WiFi

If sync over Wi-Fi is turned on then Sync first with a USB cable then just unplug the device don't eject.
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haroldo

join:2004-01-16
united state
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said by donoreo:

Sync over Wifi turned on?

Yes
said by not quite right:

If sync over Wi-Fi is turned on then Sync first with a USB cable then just unplug the device don't eject.

As soon as I unplug, it disappears from iTunes/Devices. Both iPad and iPhone react the same when unplugging.

GuruGuy

join:2002-12-16
Atlanta, GA
said by haroldo:

said by donoreo:

Sync over Wifi turned on?

Yes
said by not quite right:

If sync over Wi-Fi is turned on then Sync first with a USB cable then just unplug the device don't eject.

As soon as I unplug, it disappears from iTunes/Devices. Both iPad and iPhone react the same when unplugging.

I have the same issue and it has never worked properly. In addition to what you've described, I get random errors when plugging it in via cable saying a sync cannot be established. If I turn off the sync via wi fi, the errors stop.....so that's what i've done.
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GuruGuy