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I went from iPhone to Android and now back to iPhone.
iCloud seems to have my old iPhones reminders even though I have iCloud turned on for reminders on new phone. I only know this because I opened iCloud reminders from my PC for the first time in several years and found the problem.
If I turn iCloud off and back on though my phone settingsit says it will delete all local reminders and refresh from iCloud which is useless to me.
Is there a way to synch FROM my iPhone up to the cloud so the cloud reflects the current reminders app contents?
You need to clear out iCloud Reminders first before you connect your iPhone and synchronize it.
iCloud seems to have my old iPhones reminders … I opened iCloud reminders from my PC for the first time in several years and found the problem.
Follow these steps to get the reminders on your iPhone to iCloud (assumes you’ve already disabled iCloud sync on your iPhone):
- Turn or remove iCloud sync on your PC
- Log into iCloud.com
- Open Reminders and ensure everything is deleted
- Enable iCloud sync on your phone.
If you have other devices synchronizing Reminders (like a MacBook or iPad, for example), you need to disable these as well.
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