Kill the iPhoto Auto-Launch?

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DowntownTim

Ok, it's me again. I read someone's suggestion and I "restored" the 3GS to factory settings and it worked. My iMac, iPhoto and Image Capture now sees the iPhone.

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DowntownTim

My issue is now that I have upgraded to Snow Leopard, my iPhoto doesn't recognize my iPhone. Even iCapture doesn't recognize the darn iPhone, so there is no sync going on at all. Any ideas what that's about?

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TeeReaL

Thanks furcough your suggestion worked great. That was pretty annoying every-time I plugged my iphone in.Thanks again.

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erikonaMac

1) Open Image Capture (when your iPhone is connected)
2) Change the "Connecting this iPhone opens" option (or in preferences, depending on your OS X version) to "No Application". Save that pref.
3) Quit Image Capture.

Now iPhoto will still open when you connect your camera, but not when you connect your iPhone.

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Dave in Kauai

the free Cameras preference pane from Flexibits is AWESOME. Small, simple and reliable.

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furcough

Or, you could just download the free Cameras preference pane from Flexibits and set iPhoto opening on a per-camera basis, including the iPhone. Tadaaa.

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