This is entirely up to you, but I recommend removing the Facebook information to start fresh.Once you’re logged out, just log back in with your username and password. I found that the logging out and logging back in process updated a few extra contacts from before, but still didn’t solve the problem entirely.I've looked everywhere in my settings for Iphone, even in the Facebook app, but I don't see anything for the syncing feature other than on the Facebook app. i OS has had a feature for several years now that lets you link your Facebook account and then pull profile pictures in from your friends to use as their contact photos.This, however, hasn’t always been very effective and it doesn’t look like an update is coming any time soon to address the issue.If you’re having issues syncing friends’ Facebook photos to their appropriate contact cards, it’s time for a workaround.All we’re going to do to re-authenticate your Facebook account with i OS is log out through Settings and then log back in again. If you’ve added Facebook to your Contacts in the past, i OS will ask you what you want to do with that information since it’s now scattered about your phone.
This means that if you uninstall Hax Sync, your photos disappear.The Messenger application for the Facebook messages is showing the correct pictures. The facebook application may not think that the contact is the "same person" that you know that it is.I've tried to clear the cache (not the "data") of the Facebook application, to no avail. I would clear the data and reset up the syncing for the facebook app.Unlike the other options on this list, which work by connecting their own account to your phone contact or Google contact, Sync.ME actually replaces or adds a photo to the contact without connecting it to anything. ME, your contacts will still have their last synced photos.
If this produces a decent enough result for you, there is no need to go any further. When all else fails, a third-party app called Go Sync works incredibly well to sync your contacts with their corresponding Facebook photos.