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I have some MP3s on my Mac. I want to import them into my iPhone. The problem is that, using iTunes, the iPhone automatically create several folders or albums, depending on the artist, the album, the genre (and so on) of one particular MP3 file.

Using Windows it's easy to prevent this, since I can delete manually all of these tags and file information, but using the Mac I seem to not be able to do this. Is there any way to delete this information?

  • You don't have to copy the files into the Library and so it creates no new folders - is this what you want? – Mark Oct 18 '16 at 12:04
  • It will only create artist / album folders, and maybe a compilation folder. I haven't seen genre folders "and so on"... – Jaime Santa Cruz Oct 18 '16 at 22:17
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Within iTunes, you can select the file and press command-I to get the file information. You can then delete all the meta-data associated with the mp3.

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