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comment Why can't I clear the “Composer” field for tracks in my music library on my iPhone?
Heh, naturally this didn't work, either (but it was a good try, I thought it'd do the trick). I'm starting to think that there must be something wedged in the iTunes music library database (on my Mac) that results in this information getting copied over to the iPhone.
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comment Why can't I clear the “Composer” field for tracks in my music library on my iPhone?
Didn't work. I deleted them from iTunes, re-synced, and the Composer tab in the iPhone Music app was empty. Made sure the Composer field was not set, copied them back into iTunes, synced again, and now "Blah" is listed in the Composer pane again.
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