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How to Delete Music from iPhone

2014-01-26 20:23:16 / Posted by to How to iPhone
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Want to remove songs you are tired of listening to and free up space of your music library from your iPhone? Find it not easy to directly delete music on your iPhone? You're able to edit your playlists and delete songs one by one. If you want to delete a large number of songs, you have to repeat steps that "Select one song < tap Trash bin at the bottom right" many times. It's really grueling and time-consuming work. To solve this problem, I suggest you use a well-recognized tool called TunesGo (Windows) or TunesGo (Mac).
This tool helps you delete lots of songs at the same time with simple steps quickly. Try TunesGo to delete music from iPhone!
Windows Version Mac Version

Here, take TunesGo for Windows as an example. The Mac version works the same way.

How to Delete Music from Your iPhone

Step 1: Launch TunesGo & Connect iPhone to Computer via USB cable
Download, install and launch the program on your computer. Then connect your iPhone with your computer. If successfully connected, your iPhone will be detected and displayed in the primary window of TunesGo.
TunesGo Main

Step 2: Choose and Delete music from iPhone 5s/5c
Now you can see all contents on iPhone, including Media, playlists, photos, contacts and SMS in the left column. To remove songs, you should choose "Media" > "Music". All the songs will be listed. You can select any number of songs and click "Delete". It just takes you a little time to delete selected songs.
Delete Music from iPhone

Note: Before deleting songs, you'd better back up songs on iPhone just in case.

TunesGo is intended to simplify iPhone management problems. Besides deleting files, it can help you add or export songs freely. It also applies in your iPad. Why not download TunesGo to have a try?

Windows Version Mac Version

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