I have a 128GB iPad Air so those little bits of storage categorized as "other" shouldn't be a problem for me, right? Well, for some reason, it's taking up 50GB on my device. I'm not even joking here... Any way I can fix this or do I have to reset my iPad to factory settings? I'm pretty sure I can't restart from a backup because all the other storage is saved to the cloud backups. I'm pretty sure this happened because of iTunes Match. My library on my iPad was messed up (lots of duplicates, some with cloud icons, others without, etc.) so I deleted everything in my music app. Then, I created a playlist with all my songs in it and hit the "download all" button (about 2,300 songs). Nothing seemed to happen, so I tapped it again... then again... then I got the idea to go to the iTunes app and check on downloads. Loh and behold, I had about 7,000 items in queue to download. There was no way to clear the queue and I wasn't going to tap to delete every one so I just let the iPad sit overnight and download everything. So I wake up this morning and everything is fine, my iPad didn't even loose 50% battery, I've only got one copy of each song in the music app even though I downloaded each song three times. I went to iTunes on my computer to do a quick wifi sync there and then I see the ginormous yellow bar at the bottom. As I asked before, any way I can fix this? From what I've read, my only option is just to reset my iPad to factory settings and start from new without restoring from any backup.