The Complete My Album button in the stock Music app is found for incomplete albums that you purchased via iTunes. For example, if you download one or two popular songs from an artist, Apple will try to up-sell you (for lack of a better word) the rest of the album using a convenient button.
I wrote all about the Complete My Album feature in our ultimate Music App guide, so I recommend you check that out to learn more. But if you already know how Complete My Album works, then you know why Complete Me Not would be a handy tweak to have at your disposal. Take a look at our video walkthrough after the break for all of the details.
Once you have Complete Me Not installed, head to the stock Settings, and you’ll find an interesting little toggle smack-dab in the middle of the rest of the settings links for the various tweaks you have installed. Instead of embedding the tweak’s kill-switch toggle one level deep into the Settings, the developer thought it was a good idea to place the toggle at the highest level of the settings.
Once Complete Me Not is enabled, exit the current view and re-enter that view from within the stock Music app. You should see the Complete My Album interface disappear.
Obviously, a tweak like this has limited appeal. Not everyone uses the stock Music app, and not everyone buys 1 or 2 songs from an album featured on the iTunes store.
But if you fit the criteria for the tweak’s usage, and you wish to get rid of those annoying prompts to complete your album, then Complete Me Not—which is free on Cydia’s BigBoss repo—is available for you.
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