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[Solved] Deleting an accounts apps from iTunes


Best Answer Cosmicalninja , 19 August 2014 - 11:47 PM

i downloaded it and it wants me to connect a device via USB, i dont need that. looking at help tries to make me email or tweet.

 

I managed to sort it, let iTunes find all updates, cancel the itunes sign in for the account you dont want to update but update the rest. This leaves your nulled account left, then just delete them all from the mobile applications folder.

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I have a fair few apps from an old banned account and they show up to need an update, well of course i cannot update them as it is banned. Rather than go through 180 apps manually to see what apps need deleting does anyone know how i can completely delete a whole accounts apps in one go?



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banned account? what have you done... :D

 

you can try IpaSpy, there it will show you the apps wich needed an update, maybe it can help you to delete faster the apps, dunno...

i used once IpaSpy, cause iTunes haven't showed the updates(10 days long), was 3 or 4 months ago i think, so i was the only one who saw the updates, lol...



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i think too many people used it on too many devices. Either that or Apple banned it for extenuating circumstances lol. I shall check ipaspy, thanks



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use iTools ;)

 

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i downloaded it and it wants me to connect a device via USB, i dont need that. looking at help tries to make me email or tweet.

 

I managed to sort it, let iTunes find all updates, cancel the itunes sign in for the account you dont want to update but update the rest. This leaves your nulled account left, then just delete them all from the mobile applications folder.