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Why does my Google music player automatically create some of the playlists I deleted before?

When I delete a playlist, the playlist appears again after I turn off my Nexus 7 and turn it on again. It doesn't happen to all playlists, only specific ones.

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Are you syncing Google Music with, say, iTunes? If you delete a playlist (or a track) from Google Music without also deleting it from iTunes it'll get re-sync'd. –  Al E. Apr 23 '13 at 12:21
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Try to clear data and cache.

Settings-->Apps-->select Google player(click on it)-->clear data&cache

and just turn off sync with Google Play music( this may be the cause of your issue).

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I tried, did not work –  odrazsvetla Jan 22 '13 at 14:50
    
When I clear data&cache the playlist created by automatically disappears for a while but after a while it appears again and the cache and data go back to their previous numbers –  odrazsvetla Jan 22 '13 at 15:17
    
Answer edited..That playlist may be in your Google account. When you delete all data&cache and then it sync again. Just turn off sync option in Settings-->google-->uncheck Play music –  Akhil Jan 23 '13 at 4:55
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