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I found a solution. When you connect to your car using USB it sends the music files to your car stereo and the car system processing them. It's not like AUX connection when the sound just goes to your stereo and plays through the speakers. If you changed the options for individual tracks in your iTunes library, the car stereo receives the files with ...


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"synced" can mean differnt things and is slightly ambiguous. However if you "backup" your phone via iCloud or iTunes, then you can restore the backup to another device and your iMessages and SMS texts will have been transfered. More info here: iCloud: iCloud storage and backup overview


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Calibre is based around a SQLite database so you can do SQL work including adding tables on it directly - I think calibre only creates extra tables with books_ or custom_ as a prefix so your own tables would not be affected by it. Extra fields can be added which appear in the GUI to be extra fields in the Book table but are actually each in tables with a ...


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So I figured what was the problem. First of all its not family sharing but new Apple music which is in the cloud now and prevents from downloading songs from iTunes to your iPhone. So if you go to Settings --> Music and disable Show Apple music it restores the ability to transfer songs in old fashion from iTunes. See attached screenshot.


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I'd say, close iTunes, go to your iTunes Media folder and open the Mobile Application folder inside. Then simply delete the IPA file of the app you wish deleted. Finally, run iTunes and you won't see the app listed anymore.


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Followed @lax solution: clicked the iTunes Apps tab (not in the "iPhone" tab!) there I could select and delete the apps.



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