|Nov 9, 2012, 12:45 AM||#1|
Why is my iCloud filling up? I don't even use iCloud backup.
So I have a few devices using icloud to sync my contacts calendars etc. I have very few documents in the cloud, in fact my total data comes up to maybe 20 MB. And it has always shown as such when I log in to icloud to check storage.
However, I just got a new phone, set it up as new, and now my iCloud says 825 MB left of 5GB. What is taking up the storage?
I go to any of my devices, and it's the same: it just says iCloud 825 left of 5, currently using 20MB.
|Nov 15, 2012, 07:28 AM||#5|
Did you ever have iCloud backup turned on? If you backed up a device to iCloud, then went back to iTunes backups, that iCloud backup is left out there and could be the cause of your used space.
|Nov 15, 2012, 09:10 PM||#6|
Icloud backups: 0kb
As part of troubleshooting you can activate backups and then delete and turn them off to try and 'nudge' it into updating, but no dice.
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