1. Steve Doherty's Avatar
    I am an *****.

    I finally got this working. I had set up everything correctly on my iphone, and was wondering why my contacts weren't getting uploaded to Gmail. It kinda helps when you also tell iTunes to Sync with Google contacts (Info tab). Then it worked a treat. I basically created an empty gmail account and it populated the gmail contacts with my iPhone contacts.

    Yay. I'll call it a win. Should've worked it out ages ago

    Steve
    06-12-2010 08:58 AM
  2. Syncopations's Avatar
    There is another way to do it without using iTunes. I have my Gmail account set up on the Microsoft Exchange option on the iPhone. This offers me push contacts, push mail, and push calendar, all for free. Go read this link: Set Up Your Apple Device for Google Sync : Google Sync - Google Mobile Help I feel this is better than using iTunes.
    06-12-2010 11:56 AM
  3. robertk328's Avatar
    There is another way to do it without using iTunes. I have my Gmail account set up on the Microsoft Exchange option on the iPhone. This offers me push contacts, push mail, and push calendar, all for free.
    THis is what I use for email, calendar and contacts. Works quite well! I'm a big fan of the Google Calendar and find this to be the best part of the 3 for me.
    06-12-2010 01:46 PM
  4. Steve Doherty's Avatar
    There is another way to do it without using iTunes. I have my Gmail account set up on the Microsoft Exchange option on the iPhone. This offers me push contacts, push mail, and push calendar, all for free. Go read this link: Set Up Your Apple Device for Google Sync : Google Sync - Google Mobile Help I feel this is better than using iTunes.
    The instructions that you suggest were the instructions I used BEFORE bringing iTunes into the mix, and they didn't work for me. It was only after using iTunes to Sync that everything started to work.

    Steve
    06-13-2010 12:12 AM
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