Date: Thursday, June 25th, 2009, 05:18
Category: iPhone, iPhone 3GS, Mac, Software
Software developer Mark/Space announced the released of Missing Sync for iPhone 2.0.2 on Wednesday. The Mac client of the application allows you to synchronize notes, documents, and tasks and archive text messages and call history from your iPhone onto your Mac (and vice-versa wherever it applies).
Version 2.0.2, a 13.2 megabyte download, adds the following fixes and changes:
- Added support for iPhone OS 3.0.
- Improved stability with importing Apple Notes, SMS and Call Log information.
- Fixed a problem that prevented the Check for Updates feature from installing the downloaded update.
- Fixed an issue where importing Apple notes could cause duplicate notes.
- Fixed an issue on Tiger (Mac OS X v10.4.x) where the client id we generated for Sync Services was too long (> 63 chars).
- Fixed a problem that could cause a crash when syncing Notes with Entourage.
- Added an “Import Apple Voice Memos” checkbox to the Notes plugin settings sheet that’s enabled only when syncing to Notebook. If checked, any recordings the user has made with the “Voice Memos” app are placed into a “Voice Memos” category in Notebook.
- Added an “Import Voicemails” checkbox to the Notes plugin settings sheet that’s enabled only when syncing to Notebook. If checked, any voicemails the user has on his iPhone are placed into a “Voicemail” category in Notebook.
- iTunes 2.8 has the option to encrypt backup files. If the option to encrypt backup files is enabled in iTunes, The Missing Sync cannot read call log, sms messages, voice memos, voicemail, or import Apple iPhone notes.