Trying to sync to iTunes, we keep getting the warning message "iPhone/iPad/iPod touch can't be synced because there is not enough space to hold all of the items in the iTunes Library (additional space required)." Checking the "Capacity" bar, we realize a yellow bar titled "Other" eats up a large sum of storage space in iTunes. Honestly speaking, no way is available to directly delete "Other" data in iTunes until now. But fortunately, you can first feel free to remove "Other" data in iPhone, iPad, iPod with Tenorshare iCareFone(iPhone Care Pro), a professional iOS cleaning tool that can easily remove "Other" data for iPhone, iPad and iPod.
Still wondering what is "Other" data? "Other" data includes your system files and cached content. It usually contains the following:
|Messages and attachments||Reminders||Safari bookmarks and cache||Email messages and attachments|
|Calendar entries||Genius data||Music catalog and cover art||Operating system settings|
|Game center status||Contacts|
To get rid of "Other" storage in iTunes, you don't need to restore your device, just install and run iPhone Care Pro to clean App cache, cookies and history, sweep off media temp files, etc. in iPhone, iPad, iPod first, and then sync iDevice to iTunes to reclaim "Other" storage in iTunes. Let's check it out.
Launch iPhone Care Pro, and connect your device to PC. Click on "Speedup & Clean" category and select "Quick Clean".
Tenorshare iCareFone will start to analyze your iPhone and scan the junk files, temporary files, large files, photos and apps on your iPhone.
After scanning, click on "Clean" button next to Junk Files and Temporary Files to delete "Other" data in iTunes.
Click "Back home" to go back to the main menu, and select "Files Manager". Choose a file type, taking Contacts for example, to move on. Click on "Export to" on the main menu to transfer contacts to computer, or click on "Delete" on the menu to directly delete contacts.
When you successfully remove "Other" storage in iPhone, iPad, iPod, you connect your iDevice to computer and sync your device to iTunes.
Congratulations! After all these are finished, you have reclaimed "Other" storage space in iTunes. You can also turn to iPhone Care Pro to fix iOS stuck problems, including endless reboot, white Apple logo screen of death.comments powered by Disqus