Windows 1607 and iphone 5s

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       #11

    Yes it is. Updated 2 days ago.

    Henry
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  2. Posts : 542
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       #12

    Yes it is. Updated 2 days ago.

    Henry
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  3. Posts : 1,480
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       #13

    Hewjr100 said:
    Yes it is. Updated 2 days ago.

    Henry
    maybe you could try going to device manager and uninstalling the iPhone and start all over. Do the driver thing described previously and see if it helps.
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  4. Posts : 542
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       #14

    No iphone in device manager.

    Henry
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  5. Posts : 542
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       #15

    Will give it a shot

    Henry
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    Hewjr100 said:
    Will give it a shot

    Henry
    Do you have another cord to try? Can you try a different USB port? Look in the plug port on the phone to be sure that there is no lint/crud blocking the contacts. That happened to me once from carrying the phone in the pocket of my jeans.
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       #17

    Yes I tried 2 cords, and 2 USB ports.

    Henry
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    Hewjr100 said:
    Yes I tried 2 cords, and 2 USB ports.

    Henry
    Do you know anyone who has a PC that would let you plug the in your iPhone to see if it shows up in device manager?
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  9. Posts : 542
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       #19

    Not really, but i'll ask around.

    Henry
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  10. Posts : 1,480
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       #20

    Hewjr100 said:
    Not really, but i'll ask around.

    Henry
    If the same thing happens on another PC or MAC then it's the iPhone. I hope that's not the case.
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