Being a fan of Google and owning an Android it was a no-brainer that I install and use the Google Play Music app. I thoroughly keep my music metadata very clean and matching each album. But when I uploaded my music library it made a mess of about 25 to 30 albums. The matadata functions in the Google Play Music website does not offer much in the way of cleaning up your metadata tags. So I figured the best and easiest thing for me to do was delete the entire library, clean up the offending metadata tags with MediaMonkey and start over with a newly uploaded library.
It took a little while with plenty of web searches but I finally found the answer on how to delete the entire music library at once and it’s very simple!
- Open the online Music Player.
- In the upper right corner of the screen click the little gear (Options).
- Click Music Settings
- Click Delete my library (don’t do this if you have purchased any music from the Google Play Store).
That’s it. A clean Google Play music library.
Now if I can just find an easy way of removing my library from the Android. No matter what I do I can not get rid of the entire thing. I even created a blank folder and tried to sync that but it wouldn’t work. Back to Google again…