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Topic # 89842 9-Sep-2011 07:48 Send private message

iTunes can be prevented from opening and screen grabbing when you connect iDevices. Can this be done with Zune, i can not find such an option in it's settings. The constant screen grabbing is now really pissing me off.

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  Reply # 518848 9-Sep-2011 07:58 Send private message

Run the zune software on the pc/laptop, then click on settings at top right then click on general which is under the software TAB. and untick the box 'start the zune software when i connect a compatible device'




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  Reply # 518959 9-Sep-2011 12:24 Send private message

Now i feel stupid for missing that, that's exam time for ya!

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