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Sunday, 17 July 2016

Deleting Data from "Other" on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch via iTunes

Ever you ever wondered what's behind the "Other" category in the storage GBs shown in iTunes? On many occasions this section takes up a lot of storage space, and try to eliminate your data is not easy.

Well, it is one of the most common problems users of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, so do not worry because it has a solution. All you have to do is find out what data contains the "Other" from iTunes and delete them with the steps below you dictate.

The first thing you need to do is connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to PC / Mac via iTunes and check, at the bottom, how much storage space occupies "Other" to see if the process has produced results.

What data hides the "Other" from iTunes on your iPhone and iPad?

This section of storage space iOS device contains all data and files that do not occur in other sections (such as applications or photos) bar GBs of storage:

  • IOS settings
  • Application cache files
  • File History
  • cookies
  • Temporary files
  • System Data
  • Facts VoiceOver
  • Voices of Siri

Erasing data from "Other" on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

There are different methods to remove and delete data in "Other" from iTunes. The listed below:

Method 1:

1. Open Settings.

2. Go to General> Storage and iCloud.

3. Select "Manage Storage".

4. Click on the apps that occupy more space (Facebook, WhatsApp, Podcasts ...).

The MB or GB occupying the "Documents and Data" of each of these applications are those that end in "Other" from iTunes. These data include cookies, cache, history and other temporary files.

There is no button to eliminate the data at once, in fact if you delete the application, reinstall the data will still be there. However you can do the following:

1. Make a backup of your iPhone / iPad via iTunes.

2. Go to Settings> General> Reset.

3. Click on the "Reset Settings" option.

4. Click on the "Erase All Content and Settings" option.

5. Recover the backup you had saved in iTunes.

Method 2:

1. Download the tool PhoneClean .

2. Connect your iPhone / iPad to iTunes via USB in PC / Mac.

3. Select the "Quick Clean" option.

4. Enter "App Junks".

5. Select the data you want to delete.

6. Click on the "Back" button.

7. Finally, click on "Clean".

With these two methods you can delete data from "Other" in iTunes on your iPhone and your iPad. We hope that the tutorial has helped, and we invite you to participate in the comments box to answer your questions.

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