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I have synced a folder which contains some pictures to my iPhone. The synced photos are successfully copied to my iPhone. But I can not see any "delete" option in my iPhone to remove the synced photos.

The "Camera Roll" which has the pictures that I took via the iPhone's camera have an option "delete" in the bottom of the picture. But synced photos does not have that delete button.

Should I use iTunes/Mac to delete synced photos? Can't I delete the synced photos with a single touch?

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Synced Photos deleting must be done through iTunes. To do so just:

  1. In iTunes select the device icon in the Devices List on the left. Click the Photos tab in the resulting window.
  2. Choose Sync photos from, being iPhoto or Aperture on a Mac and Photoshop Album or Photoshop Elements on a Windows PC.
  3. Choose Select Albums and deselect the albums or collections you want to delete.
  4. Click Apply.
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Thanks for the reply. Can I add photos to my iPhone without using the "sync" process? If so, does those pictures can be deleted without iTunes? –  Confused Aug 22 '12 at 12:56
    
The only ways that come to my mind are sending them through mail and safe them to your camera roll, or using some sort of cloud storage as dropbox. Either way, you'll be able to delete them without iTunes. –  Thecafremo Aug 22 '12 at 13:36
    
Really thanks.. So, I'm clear now. I can not delete MY files from MY iDevice. :) –  Confused Aug 22 '12 at 14:14
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I can understand that you are Confused. ;) –  Thecafremo Aug 22 '12 at 14:43
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