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iOS 6 what's going on?

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Alley_Cat Level 6 Level 6 (16,620 points)
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Mar 16, 2013 4:44 PM

OK, updated my iPhone 4S today to iOS 6.

 

I've turned iTunes Match off on the phone and have configured manual syncing of music/video from iTunes.

 

So how on earth is it listing my whole 'library' of thousands of songs when in iTunes it suggests I may have a 100 or so transferred to the device.

 

Is the option erroneously named?

 

Is iTunes match still active but streaming the content not downloading it?

 

With iTunes match on the cloud icons return.

 

Thoroughly confused by this.

 

AC

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  • Only XM Level 2 Level 2 (340 points)
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    Mar 16, 2013 4:49 PM (in response to Alley_Cat)

    Go into settings -->music and under iTunes Match there is a slider next to "Show All Music"....if you turn it off, it only shows the songs on your iOS device; "on" shows all the music in the cloud to which you have access...

  • doubr Level 1 Level 1 (65 points)
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    Mar 16, 2013 6:27 PM (in response to Alley_Cat)

    I think you experienced "grey" songs issue? I found this somewhere on this board:

     

     

    So after a lot of messing around with iTunes on my mac and iPhone I finally got rid of them (ghost songs in iTunes that aren't showing on iPhone). Hopefully this will help other people too.

     

    I followed the instructions in another thread and downloaded a program called PhoneView(the demo version worked fine, no need to pay).

     

    Connect your iPhone to mac, open PhoneView, go to Settings>Show entire disk. Here I would recommend you back up all the contents of your phone.

     

    Now this isn't my most technical piece of work but I went on a bit of a deleting spree (again make sure you've backed up everything).

     

    I deleted the contents of the following folders:

    Purchases,

    Downloads,

    iTunes Control>Sync>Media,

    iTunes Control>Music


    Then I deleted the following files from iTunes Control>iTunes:

    MediaLibrary.sqlitedb
    MediaLibrary.sqlitedb-shm
    MediaLibrary.sqlitedb-wal

    (and maybe a couple of others but these are the ones I remember).

     

    I then reset the iPhone (Hold the Home and Power buttons for 5 secs), synced with iTunes and they had gone. Rejoice.

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