You can only purchase items from a certain country’s i Tunes store if you have a valid form of payment for that particular country.
Back on the topic of i OS disk usage, we have several solutions to that persistently annoying “Other” space you see in i Tunes, which sometimes can take up huge amounts of space that are seemingly impossible to recover.
We will show you exactly how to get your “Other” space back from an i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch, though the precise cause of that Other size growing so large may differ from miscalculations and misreporting from i Tunes, to actual files on the i OS device taking up lots of space.
Well, the answer is simple — because your purchases are only valid in the country you bought them.
In other words, you can only re-download past purchases by visiting the store they were purchased in.
Test the behaviour of your chosen script on a small group of files first to make sure it does what you want before applying it to large numbers of files.
Please note that some older scripts may crash if they attempt to process "tracks" that are available in i Cloud but not on your computer.
So, before you start cutting and pasting huge graphics and adding them into your collection of MP3 tracks, what do you need to consider to avert potential disaster?
A standard MP3 file only contains audio data, with no additional information about the artist or type of audio contained within it.
That Other space holds things like your Contacts, SMS, MMS, and i Messages databases, settings, caches, web history, etc, and it’s very unlikely for it to be anywhere near the huge numbers that are occasionally reported.
This tip comes from one of our readers, and several others have chimed in with positive results, here’s a fairly significant example: Try it out, let us know if this works for you…
A few years ago I moved from the UK to Australia and encountered this issue.