5 Replies Latest reply: Jan 25, 2013 9:08 AM by xitkaoss
neilfromdurham Level 1 Level 1
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iCloud

Hi everyone

 

I have being using itunes match on my iphone and ipad for a little while now with no problems, it was working really well.  Since updating to iOS6 i can no longer swipe to delete songs from my iPhone like I could.  This is a real pain, as overtime I'll run out of space, any ideas?

 

Thank you!


iPhone 4, iOS 6
Reply by Goddess_ty on Oct 11, 2012 12:54 PM Helpful

go to settings>itunes and app store and turn itunes match off then you can delete individual songs.. Itunes match must be turned off

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  • Goddess_ty Level 1 Level 1

    go to settings>itunes and app store and turn itunes match off then you can delete individual songs.. Itunes match must be turned off

  • neilfromdurham Level 1 Level 1
    expertise.icloud
    iCloud

    Well, that worked, great tip thank you!  But completely rubbish for apple to change this in iOS6 (unless it's a problem they let go live).  It's now trying to sync to my phone back to itunes match, be interesting to see how long this takes!  Thanks again!

  • sherlock5 Level 1 Level 1

    ok so i dont have itunes match turned on at all, not on my computer or my iphone 4. I still can't delete songs. I might be ******** but i can't delete songs like i used to before. do i need to sync my phone? i manually manage my songs, and i would like to keep it that way, seeing as i only have 8 gigs. please help!!

  • Bill Bard Level 1 Level 1

    On my iPhone 4 using iOS 6, when I turn off iTunes Match, all the songs on the phone disappear so I can't delete them. However, when syncing with iTunes 11, it shows the songs still taking up memory. And that's with music syncing turned off. It appears that my only solution is to restore the phone. However, iTunes 11 appears to be hung now for over 15 minutes.

  • xitkaoss Level 1 Level 1

    As apple continues to remove features that their customers use, more people will stop using their junk and their stock will continue to plummet. Hey Apple! Listen to your freakin customers!