churin wrote:For example, If I create a playlist on iTune and sync with iPad, the playlist shows up on the iPad. My question now is how to delete the playlist from the iTune and the iPad. Can it be done by deleting it either from iTune or iPad and executing sync on iTune?
Arvald wrote:Sync exchanges transactions that were done on your devices to iTunes to make it aware of your purchases. iTunes then downloads purchases from the store.
it will then send any music and video that is selected to your device and download any that are on the device not in iTunes.
Sync also does a backup of your device if you have that set.
Deleting a play list would take you deleting it on iTunes and on all devices I believe.
churin wrote:I never purchased song but do apps. I download apps direct to iPad and execute sync to let them copied to iTune or download apps to iTune and run sync to copy them to iPad. Can't I do likewise when I purchase songs?
derFunkenstein wrote:On an iOS device, if you have music synced with one computer, syncing with another will remove all the music from the device first.
To remove a playlist from an iOS device, go to the Music app, select Playlists, and swipe from right to left on the playlist. You'll get a delete button. In the iOS device's case, deleting a playlist will delete the songs from the device if the song isn't used in another playlist.
To remove that playlist in iTunes, right-click the playlist and choose delete. Songs will not be deleted because they'll still be in your iTunes library.
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