How to delete synced photos and folder from iPhone, my OS is Windows 7 and I don't want to erase all content from setting.
I have iTunes installed on my PC.
I want to delete images and folder in my iPhone except "Camera Roll"
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Launch iTunes. You must be using the same account you originally used to sync the picture folders.
Connect your iPhone to the computer with your USB cable.
Click on "iPhone" under "Devices" in the menu on the left side of the page.
Click on the "Photos" tab at the top of the page.
Un-check the boxes beside any folders you wish to delete.
Click on "Apply" at the bottom-right of the page. This will sync your iPhone.
There is a bug in iTunes or iOS. You have to select "Synch Photos" in iTunes, choose "Selected folders", and leave all folders unchecked, then synch, and choose "Remove" from the pop up dialog. For some reason, just unselecting "Sync Photos" will not delete the photos from your phone.
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