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How to Manage iOS Calendars on Windows

With dated arragements alerting everyday, you must be freaked out. To go back to calendar events that were created years ago sounds tedious enough, and then to delete and manage them one-by-one on your iPhone will drive you crazy as all the tremendous workload is to be done on your tiny screen.

With the assist of DearMob iPhone Manager, you can manage your obsolete calendar events on Windows PC, and to add/delete, import/export and share/sync them in a blink of your eyes.

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To export your iPhone, iPad, or iPod calendars to your Windows PC

In DearMob,
All calendar events can be exported to Windows PC and contained as .plist files.
All your precious events are automatically grouped by all calendar/repeat daily/repeat weekly/repeat monthly/repeat yearly.

1. Select the calendar event(s) you want to export on Windows PC. Quick access to select all calendar events under All Calendar, or you can locate your special event tabs marked by Repeat Daily, Repeat Weekly, Repeat Monthly or Repeat Yearly on the left side.
2. Click the Export icon on the top medium interface, then the selected calendar event(s) will be exported to your Windows PC the second you left-click your mouse.

Export Calendar

Tip/Warning:

  • Click the Refresh icon, to get the real-time Calendar info from your iDevice without a second delay, even when you are typing.
  • Never click the Refresh icon before you Sync all the changes to your iDevice. Once you hit the Refresh icon before synchronize the data on your iDevice, all the efforts you have done will be erased with this click. So make sure that you hit the Sync button on the bottom right corner each time a new move has been added.

To import your iPhone, iPad, or iPod calendars from your Windows PC

In DearMob,
All calendar events can be exported to Windows PC and contained as .plist files.
All your precious events are automatically grouped by all calendar/repeat daily/repeat weekly/repeat monthly/repeat yearly.

1. Click the Import icon on the top medium functional block, then the window containing all exported *.plist files will pop up. Choose the file(s) and confirm with a Yes.
2. Hit the Sync button to transfer Calendar from the computer to your iDevice.
Import Calendar

Tip/Warning:

  • Click the red curved icon on the very left corner to undo the process if you accidentally input the wrong file(s).

  • Never click the Refresh icon before you Sync all the changes to your iDevice. Once you hit the Refresh icon before synchronize the data on your iDevice, all the efforts you have done will be erased with this click. So make sure that you hit the Sync button on the bottom right corner each time a new move has been added.

To add iPhone, iPad, or iPod calendars on your Windows PC

In DearMob,
Add a new calendar event will be much easier with a clearer and wider interface so as to edit the existed calendar events with high efficiency.

1. Click the Add icon in the functional baron on the top medium area.
2. Fill up the following info by order: Summery, Location, Alert Time, Repeat Type or URL and Note, then confirm with the OK button.
3. Hit the Sync button and transfer the newly added calendar event(s) to your iDevice.

Add Calendar

Tip/Warning:

  • Click the red curved icon on the very left corner to revoke the info if you accidentally type in the wrong words.
  • Never click the Refresh icon before you Sync all the changes to your iDevice. Once you hit the Refresh icon before synchronize the data on your iDevice, all the efforts you have done will be erased with this click. So make sure that you hit the Sync button on the bottom right corner each time a new move has been added.

To edit iPhone, iPad, or iPod calendars on your Windows PC

In DearMob,
Edit a new calendar event will be much easier with a clearer and wider interface.

1. Click the Edit icon you can modify Calendar info like: Summery, Location, Alert Time, Repeat Type, URL and Note.
2. Hit the Sync button and transfer the modified calendar event(s) to your iDevice.

Edit Calendar

Tip/Warning:

  • You can click the red curved icon to undo editing.

  • Never click the Refresh icon before you Sync all the changes to your iDevice. Once you hit the Refresh icon before synchronize the data on your iDevice, all the efforts you have done will be erased with this click. So make sure that you hit the Sync button on the bottom right corner each time a new move has been added.

To delete iPhone, iPad, or iPod calendars on your Windows PC

In DearMob,
To delete the unwanted calendar event(s), you will never have to go back and deal with the massive events one-by-one. All you need to do is to click your mouse once.

1. Select the calendar event you want to get rid of from your iDevice.
2. Click the Delete icon on the top functional block.
3. Hit the Sync button to synchronize the deletion to your iDevice.

Delete Calendar

Tip/Warning:

  • Click the red curved icon on the very left corner to revoke the info if you accidentally type in the wrong words.
  • Never click the Refresh icon before you Sync all the changes to your iDevice. Once you hit the Refresh icon before synchronize the data on your iDevice, all the efforts you have done will be erased with this click. So make sure that you hit the Sync button on the bottom right corner each time a new move has been added.

Sync iOS Calendar Events in iTunes [Microsoft Outlook Required]

Synchronization in iTunes requires Microsoft Outlook installation first. You need to make sure that both the software on the computer and and your iDevice is up to date.

Before you start using iTunes to manage calendar events on your iOS/iPadOS device, you have to prepare the following:

  • Update your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to the latest version of iOS.
  • Update your Windows PC to the latest version of Windows 10.
  • Ensure that your entire iOS/iPadOS device are using the same Apple ID.
  • Update iTunes software on your Windows PC.

After the well-preparation of 1-4, now you can move on. If you have updated calendar data on your iPhone which have not been synced to your Windows PC, continue to follow further steps below to get them imported on your computer:

Warning:

  • Back up all the data as a precaution.
  • If you did not have Microsoft outlook installed on your Windows yet, you will be failed to sync the calendar to Windows PC in iTunes.

1. Connect your iDevice to the computer using the USB cable. Open up iTunes icon on your desktop.
2. In iTunes interface, click the iPhone-like icon to find an entry into your iDevice settings.
3. Click the Info tab under Settings in the left side.
4. Under the Sync Calendars sector, click sync calendars from Outlook. (Warm note: to sync all calendars, click the All calendars. To select multiple different calendar events that you want to be synchronized, press the Ctrl button on the keyboard and select them with your mouse.)
5. Click the Apply button to get it finished.

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