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I have iOS 7 and I know how to work all of it but when there was iOS 6 all music you've bought on iTunes, could be deleted from the device. Now I you remove songs that you've bought on the device stay there with the stupid iCloud download symbol. I want it to go away completely because I have duplicates of almost everyone of my songs. How will I erase all music from my phone without doing factory reset.

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possible duplicate of How to delete all music on my iPhone –  sayzlim Jul 7 at 6:42

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Under Settings, iTunes & App Store there's an Option for "show all" (music, videos). If you disable it, it will only show you the songs that are actually on your phone, not those that are downloadable because you bought them.

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You don't need to reset your phone to factory settings. There is an easy way to reset the duplicate songs in your iTunes library. Here you can follow the steps below to achieve it:

  1. Download Music Cleanup For Mac and run it on your computer. Click "Start Scan" and all music in your iTunes library will be loaded to the program.

  2. Click "Duplicated Songs" and you will see all the repeated items.

3.Then choose one song in the file tray and all files of the same song will show up in the right column.

4.Check those you want to get rid of and click "Clear Duplicate". The duplicated item will then be cleared from your iTunes library or local music folder.To delete all duplicates at once, click "Clear all Duplicate".

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