1. truenorth's Avatar
    Subject says it.
    2007-10-18 03:56 AM
  2. madrich's Avatar
    Just "reset" your Iphone and it will erase all content and data.
    2007-10-18 04:02 AM
  3. truenorth's Avatar
    I didn't mean delete them all, just a couple of photos or songs.
    2007-10-18 04:22 AM
  4. Dash-2's Avatar
    On your computer, delete them or move them from the folder you have synced.

    That is the only way I know.

    (Though you can delete camera roll pictures and videos.)
    2007-10-18 04:37 AM
  5. truenorth's Avatar
    Thanks, dash. I hope Apple adds a way to do it on the iPhone, then make the sync configurable to one-way or two-way.
    Last edited by truenorth; 2007-10-18 at 05:05 AM.
    2007-10-18 05:02 AM
  6. Dash-2's Avatar
    You're welcome.
    I hope they add the feature too. (At least for pictures)
    2007-10-18 05:47 AM
  7. millysili's Avatar
    I had this same problem so I started messing around. Please bear with me, the beginning sounds like all the other posts to delete all photos from iPhone.

    1. Go to the photos tab(the one where you can choose to sync)

    2. Select sync

    3. Click the drop down for folders and click Choose folder...

    4. When the box comes up to select a folder, create a new folder. Select the new folder.

    5. Sync

    It won't let you sync with nothing which is why none of the other suggestions worked with iPhone Data Eraser. The folder would be empty so no photos would be added to your device but the photos on your phone are deleted.
    Last edited by millysili; 2014-01-08 at 06:12 AM.
    2013-12-30 08:54 AM