Freeing up iCloud storage is one of the best ways to create more space on your iPhone. If you are using iCloud for music, you can choose the songs and albums to upload and delete iCloud music that you think are taking up space or are not needed anymore. If you have duplicate music on iCloud, you need to get rid of them if you want your iPhone (iPhone 7) to continue being fast and efficient in its operation. Leaving the duplicate songs or those that you uploaded by mistake will slow the iPhone down and give you a hard time using it.
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To delete iCloud music from your iPhone, the following is what you will need to do.
Step 1. First, you will need to open iTunes, and then locate Music on the left side of the window".
Step 2. After that, you will need to select the item that you want to delete. To do this, you simply need to right click on the item and then choose Delete.
Step 3. In case the item that you want to delete is available in iTunes on your PC and in iCloud, make sure that the checkbox is ticked for the item to be deleted from iCloud too..
Step 4. When deleting iCloud music from your iPhone, the deleted music is also going to be removed from any iPod, iPad or iPhone that is enabled for iTunes Match and syncs with your iTunes library.
You may need to reset your iCloud music library if you realize that some songs in your collection got matched to a wrong iTunes or Apple Music match track, if the album art is wrong, or if you are experiencing iTunes 4010 errors. Before you go ahead to reset the music library, make sure that you have a hard copy backup on your computer.
Step 1. In iTunes on your Mac PC, to go the menu and then choose Preferences, General, and then uncheck "iCloud Music Library".
Step 2. Close iTunes and then re-open it and hold down the option key.
Step 3. Go to the “Choose iTunes Library” screen and then select "Create Library".
Step 4. Give your new iTunes Library a name, for instance iCloud-Music-Library, and then turn it on.
Step 5. After talking to iCloud for a few moments, you should be able to see the iCloud Music Library in the Album View. Go to the drop down menu in the upper right hand corner and then click on it to switch to song view.
Step 6. Make sure that all songs are selected and then press the delete key on your keyboard. A window will pop up with a warning that you are about to delete all that music from iCloud Music Library. Press "Delete Items" to delete the songs. Once you do that, your iCloud Music Library will be empty. You can refill it any time you want.
If you want to delete iPhone music from iCloud backup, the best application to use is dr.fone - Data Eraser (iOS) It can quickly and directly get rid of junk files on your iPhone and free up more space. It can also compress photos and other files on your iPhone and then back them up on your computer to save space on you iPhone without messing up the quality of the files. It is a very useful application that will help you delete everything on your iPhone easily.
Permanently and Selectively Erase Data on iOS Devices
Step 1 . Download dr.fone from the official website and install it on your PC. Then launch the program on your PC and click on "Erase " and "Erase private data" respectively.
Step 2 . The program will start analyze and scan your iPhone devices. Please wait patiently and do not disconnect the divice
Step 3 . Once the scan is completed, you should be able to see the iPhone’s data in the program’s interface. Select Music and any other data you want to delete and then click "Erase Now". Type "000000" in the window that will pop up to confirm the deletion. Then please click "Erase Now" to begin to delete the music and any other data.