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I haven't connected my iPhone to my computer in a little while, and within time, to free up memory, I have deleted songs. I have always had it set to NOT auto sync to my iPhone.  I hate how controling iTunes is. Today, I connected it to my computer so I could transfer an mp3 and when I tried to transfer that one song, it started transfering over 300 songs to my iPhone. It fills up my memory, then tells me that it cannot transfer anymore songs, then I delete them, and it tries to transfer the songs again.  I don't want these songs on my iPhone!!! I have clicked the cancel X, but when I try to copy the song again, it starts up transfering ALL songs again. How do I get iTunes to stop copying my whole library to my phone? It didn't used to do this before!


I don't like how iTunes has to sync automatically.  I prefer telling IT what to do, not the other way around.  iTunes is exactly what kept me from purchasing any apple products. Now, I ask myself, why did I give in to the iPhone?

iPhone 4S, iOS 6.1.4
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