Upgraded to iOS 8. Find out how to troubleshoot issue with syncing, playlists, iCloud library and more here. They should help get you on track and listening and using the new Apple Music apps. Apple Music iOS 8. There are a couple of ways to remedy this problem with the Apple music app not working. Even if you are playing offline music, when away from a Wi-Fi connection you have to allow Apple Music to use cellular data for it to work properly.
This will prevent it from pausing during playback as you travel through different network connections. Apple music won't connect using 3G This is similar to the problem above. And so is the solution. Settings - Cellular - scroll down to "Music" and check that this is checked to allow cellular data. Deactivate the "Show Music Available Offline" option and then activate it and all tracks should appear. A menu should pop up, at the bottom of which you'll find the "Show Music Available Offline" toggle.
Select Music from the icon tabs on the upper left of the interface. Then under Playlists, select your playlist you want to sync with your phone.
The playlist name will appear as a banner image under the Apple Logo. Select the three dots to the right of the Play and Shuffle controls. Then select Add To Device.
Now that you have the playlist you want to sync added to the queue to sync to your phone. Let's sync the playlist to your phone. Check Sync only checked songs and videos. Then select Sync in the lower right to sync that playlist to your iPhone. Upgraded To iOS 8. If it is enabled, disable it and everything you purchased and stored on iCloud should appear Problem 6: Newly created playlist suddenly has its songs deleted? Have you created a new playlist in the Apple Music app only to find it is empty when you try to play it?
There is a solution for that. Some devices seem to be defaulted to on, others off. Apple Music has removed music or music missing Recently updated to iOS 8. As a result you may be unable to play a lot of music you had before Apple Music.
There is a way to fix that problem. Update iTunes to version You may see an iTunes warning that says you are over capacity but go forward with the sync anyway and it should work. Some songs from an album are greyed out or you cannot play them If you are experiencing problems with certain songs from albums on Apple music not playing or greyed out there are a couple reasons this could be happening.
A Certain songs are not available for streaming. B There was a problem with the download. In this case, try to download again, or delete and download again. Can't turn off shuffle in Apple Music Ok, so problems with turning off shuffle and repeat mode are being reported like crazy and I think this is largely a design problem with Apple.
Check out the solution below. A Press on The Grey bar at the bottom of the screen that shows the song currently playing. A new screen will come up, on the bottom of which you will find the shuffle and repeat buttons. If the shuffle button is greyed in, then it is activated. Just press it to deactivate shuffle mode. B Tell Siri to "turn off shuffle" Problem Maybe you made a smart playlist with all your songs but found after a while your device started freezing or running really slow during the transfers.
Well, there is an answer to that. The problem arises when you try downloading a lot of songs from only one playlist. Plus you may discover none of the songs you thought downloaded, did. The solution is to break those large playlists into smaller ones and then transfer. The solution for how to do it is below.
Scroll all the way to the bottom of the downloading list. It should say "Delete all downloads". Apple Music says I'm offline? When you open the new Apple Music app and attempt to use various features, you get a message that says "You're offline. Connect to the Internet, then give it another shot. There is a simple solution. A simple reboot should fix the issue Problem Apple Music Radio not working.
Get the error message: There was a problem starting the station. A lot of people outside the US are running into an issue with Apple Music Radio is not fully working and are getting the error message: Sign up for the free 3-month trial for Apple Music and all radio stations should start working. Songs start to download when "iCloud library" turned on Since updating to iOS 8. This does set the phone up as a brand new one, remedying the problem but it means you will lose all your saved data and information.
Can't find Genius playlists If you upgraded to iOS 8. There is a simple way to do this. Tap on your account The icon in the upper lefthand corner with a person's head. When removing one of them from My Music both songs are removed. No solution has currently been found. If you know one, please share! Have other solutions to any of the above problems with Apple Music?
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