If you clear data on Google Play Music, your account will be cancelled and you will not be able to listen to any songs or albums that are in your account.
Google Play does not store music. It only stores the music that you have already downloaded from the Google Play Store.
Unfortunately, no. Google Play services requires a persistent connection to the internet and data storage to function. To clear all data from Google Play services, you’ll need to uninstall it and then reinstall it.
There are many different music players available for Android. Some of the best options include the Google Play Music Player, the Amazon Kindle Music Player, and the Apple Music Player.
Some people recommend deleting pictures, videos, and music. Others recommend emptying the cache, or disabling background processes that might be holding back data.