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iPO Quick Tip
iTunes: Resetting iPhone and iPod Warnings
Tuesday, August 12th, 2008 at 4:00 PM - by Jeff Gamet
The warning dialogs that iTunes displays, like to ask if you really want to delete applications from your iPhone, can get annoying after a while, so its nice that Apple included an option to stop the dialogs from popping up. The problem is that Apple didnt exactly make it clear how to re-enable those dialogs if you want to see them again later on.
Checking Do not ask me again stops that dialog from appearing in the future.
To re-enable the warning dialogs for your iPhone or any other iPod, start by connecting the device to your computer. Find your media player in the iTunes media list, Control-click (Right-click on Windows) the devices icon, and then select Reset Warnings from the pop-up menu.
Control-click your iPhone or iPod to see the Reset Warnings option.
This is especially handy if you disabled the dialog that asks if you want to transfer applications from your iPhone or iPod touch to your computer, but now want to see the dialog again so you can choose whether or not apps you deleted from your handheld are deleted from your computer, too.
Thanks to Apple Weekly Report listener Aaron Thies for asking the question because the answer, although simple, isnt exactly intuitive.<!--#include virtual="/includes/newsite/series/quicktip.shtml"-->
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