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How to take complete backup on a new iMac ?

Discussion in 'iPad 4 Forum' started by soamz, Dec 25, 2012.

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    Hi..
    I just got a new iPad 4.

    In my iMac, I had many iPhones and iPads connected in the last.

    I want to wipe out all of that data and copy everything on my current iPad to iTunes, so I can be upto date for my iPad and iMac, both at the same place.

    But Im afraid, what if I lose my iPad data while doing all those experiments.

    Apple is such a stupid to make this backup restore process complex, users will always want to kill this company. [​IMG]

    Anyways..

    Here is the current situation.

    Tell me how to wipe out all the current iTunes data
    Then how to take FULL BACKUP of the ipad to the imac ? When I said, full, that means apps, folders, settings, data everything.

    After that, whenever I want to add any book or tone or picture, I can simply add to iTunes library and click on SYNC ?

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