I'm sure Auido Books and eBooks (assuming iBooks, else see what I've said above) would come under Music and Books respectively in the iTunes storage bar.Can't say thats normal per se, however do you have a lot of audio books or ebooks?
Not a single audio book or eBook. I have a TON of music though?Can't say thats normal per se, however do you have a lot of audio books or ebooks?
Resyncing just causes the "Other" data saved in the backup to be restored into the phone. That's why you won't see a difference.Not a single audio book or eBook. I have a TON of music though?
It's currently 9.9 GB for "Music" in the Usage section.
I've googled my question and a lot of people seem to have this problem too. Some even bigger than mine e.g 15 GB of "other" on a 32GB iPhone ?
Most point out to the fact that the data is corrupted and I need to do a full restore as a "new iPhone", which makes 0 sense in my case as I did a full restore last night and re-synched everything because my new 4S was bugging out.
There seems to be so many problems with the new 4S and iOS 5... blah
Oh well, people on here do stupider stuff every day.Hmmm. I just plugged my iPhone 4S into my Macbook Air and when I checked others, it now says "0.60 GB" for "others".
The reason I was a little worried was because i checked "Usage" on my iPhone and it says 42.5 GB available, 14.9 GB used. Therefore I assumed 6.6 GB of the remaining 64 GB was "other".
Guess 6 GB really is the software of my phone and .6 GB is other.
I feel dumb >.>
It'll clear itself when you need the space (The app icon will dim and its name will change to "Cleaning...")So how does one go about cleaning the app cache?
So its up to the individual app itself, there isn't a option that "clear out app cache" in settings?It'll clear itself when you need the space (The app icon will dim and its name will change to "Cleaning...")
Or you can just delete the app entirely and reinstall it to clear the cache.
Or, the app may contain a clear cache button.
In early iOS 5 betas there was an option in settings to delete an App's Documents & Data (which includes caches), but it was taken out in later betas and in the final release.So its up to the individual app itself, there isn't a option that "clear out app cache" in settings?