Pages on iPhone 4S: old files trying to sync
I have a strange issue with Pages on my iPhone, regarding iCloud sync.
I have Pages set up on my Macbook Pro, and on my iPad, and iCloud sync works fine between the two. But when opening Pages on my iPhone, it shows a bunch of old files that are no longer stored in iCloud. It does let me access the files that are supposed to be there, but there are about 20 other files that I removed from iCloud, and on those files it shows the little progress bar on them. It tries to load them, and since it obviously can't (because they're no longer in iCloud at all), it stops. They remain visible in Pages though; I can't load them, nor can I delete them.
I've tried uninstalling Pages completely and reinstalling from the App Store, but as soon as I enable iCloud sync, these "ghost" files reappear. The same thing happens if I disable iCloud sync in Settings. After it's disabled, I go into Pages, and it asks what I want to do with the files still on my phone. I opt to delete them, and everything disappears. I then go back into Settings, re-enable iCloud sync, open up Pages.. and all the ghost files reappear.
Pages was installed on my iPhone (with iCloud sync enabled) before I upgraded my Macbook Pro to Mountain Lion, and also upgraded Pages. After the upgrade, I then installed Pages on my iPad, and sync on my iPad has no issues.
If these were just leftover cache files or something, I would assume completely removing Pages from my iPhone would get rid of them, but that doesn't seem to be the case. Before I do a factory reset on my phone (which I consider overkill), I'm hoping someone else has an idea on how to solve this.