How to Delete Music on iPhone Without Computer

By Fred Wood

iPhone owners know their phones can provide hours of entertainment, communications and conveniences. You can listen to music, watch videos, browse the Internet and check emails. When your music library gets too full, you might want to delete it in order to add space for other music and data. The only way to delete music on the iPhone without a computer is to perform a process called a reset. You will not be able to pick and choose what data will be deleted.

Things You'll Need

  • iPhone
  • iPhone charger

How to Delete Music on your iPhone Without A Computer

Step 1

Fully charge your iPhone. A reset could take several hours, and if your phone does not have enough battery, it could turn off prematurely and interfere with the process. If your phone does not have a full charge, or you don't have time to charge it, leave it plugged in during the process.

Step 2

Find the "Settings" icon on your iPhone and select it.

Step 3

Scroll down to "General" and select that option.

Step 4

Scroll down to "Reset" and select that option.

Step 5

Choose "Erase all content and settings."