Since iOS 11, I’ve always been plagued with the bug where deleted files get corrupted and the files remain in ‘Recently Deleted’ and the file can no longer be deleted as the file ‘does not exist’. The solution for that was to disable ‘iCloud Drive’, then turn it back on again. But this method no longer works in iOS 13, or never worked to begin with at all. As my bug is relating to local files now, instead of cloud files. I have several phantom files in ‘Recents’ from both iCloud and On My iPhone. I can’t delete these files because according to iOS they don’t exist! Anyone found a solution to this?