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Tutorial How to delete all music on your iPhone at once

Discussion in 'iOS: iPhone, iPad, iPod' started by Yours, May 4, 2016.

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    With Apple Music being one of the main ways to enjoy musical content on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad at this day and age, the days of storing your own music locally on your devices are slowly coming to a halt.

    If you’re finding yourself using Please or Register to view links to stream songs more often than you ever thought you would, and you’d like to remove all the local songs stored on your device in one fell swoop, then you’ve come to the right place.

    In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to remove all of your locally-stored music with juts a few taps, rather than having to use iTunes or remove the songs one-by-one via the Music app.

    Deleting all locally-stored music in one fell swoop
    Because it can be really annoying to go into the Music app and delete all your songs, artists, or playlists one-by-one if you have a lot of them, you might be looking for a faster and easier way to get it done. Fortunately, iOS does have a way to remove everything at once, but you won’t find it in the Music app itself.

    Instead, you can follow these simple steps:

    1) Launch the Settings app and open the General preferences cell.


    3) Open the Storage & iCloud Usage preferences cell and then open the Manage Storagepreferences cell.

    4) Open the Music preferences cell and then tap on the Edit button at the top right of the preferences pane:


    5) Once you’re in editing mode, you’ll see little red deletion badges appear next to the All Songs cell. Tap on it.

    6) This will reveal a red Delete button you can tap on, and tapping on it will remove all locally-stored music on your device.


    That’s all there is to it! After you tap on that button, all locally-stored music on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad will be removed from your device and you’ll have all of that storage space re-claimed for anything else you want to use it for.

    Tip: You can also delete individual artists instead of deleting all the songs at once, but this is a feature that can also be accomplished in the Music app itself, unlike deleting all your locally-stored music tracks.

    Wrapping up
    If you’ve subscribed to Apple Music, then there are few reasons you’d need to have locally-stored music on your device that you synced from Please or Register to view links. After all, Apple Music offers many different tracks in its catalogs and there are very few that aren’t offered.

    Apple Music and similar services is where the future of music is headed, and if you want to save your limited internal Please or Register to view links for other things, migrating from locally-stored music to streamed Apple Music is a great choice.

    Of course, on devices where you can’t always access an internet connection, locally-stored music may still be the better option, so keep this in mind if you live in places where you don’t have access to Wi-Fi or have flaky cellular coverage.

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