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iPhone Sync Error 13019 – Problem and Solution

The iPhone’s ability to store, sync and play a gigantic collection of music that can be downloaded from the iTunes music library, makes it a premium gadget.


Everything is but music after all, and what are musical notes, but mathematical information played on an instrument, but that is another interconnected topic.

The Sync Error 13019 Problem

Here we are talking about how to troubleshoot in case the musical iPhone Sync Error 13019 appears on your gadget. This in fact is a quite commonplace iPhone error, and this does not obviously mean that your music has run into trouble. It is just a mere technical glitch, easily resolved by following the steps described here.

The most commonplace occurrence of this error message while syncing the music. As with technical troubleshooting, there are different approaches, step by step, to resolve an issue. So, here you should first start with repeating the sync procedure to see whether the syncing issue has been resolved.

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The Solution for iPhone Sync Error 13019

Here is how to sync music on your iPhone.

Step 1: Go to iTune, and select the iPhone or iPod Touch in iTunes under Devices.

Step 2: Follow this by clicking on the Music Tab and then under the sync music option, choose selected playlists.

Step 3: Then deselect the voice memo playlist.

Step 4: Click on Apply and then click on sync.

This should work, as it works in most cases. However, if the issue is still unresolved, then check the iTunes Library and the device for duplicate voice memos.

If you see that duplicate voice memos persist, then again sync the device by following the above steps after deleting the duplicate voice memos. This should take care of the issue.

However, if you iPhone is not fortunate enough to have the sync issue resolved, then follow these instructions below again to further troubleshoot your iPhone worries.

Step 1: After the step 2 in above guidelines, click Apply and then click sync.

Step 2: After the sync is done, reselect the sync music option.

Step 3: Follow this again by repeating the same cycle of apply and then sync.

Now, troubleshooting to this extent must have already resolved your syncing issue of the iPhone. However, if the problem persists, then you should try to sync with iTunes while logged in as a new admin user.

If you do not know how to login as a new admin user, you can follow the directions of internet tutorials available on this issue. Finally, if the error still persists even in the new administrative user account, then you can be quite sure that the issue is being caused by the quality of the musical content downloaded.

Try syncing other files to make sure your iPhone music experience is working properly.

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