If you’re having trouble with Apple Music, there could be a few different issues at play. In this article, we’ll run through some common problems and how to fix them.
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Check your internet connection
If you’re using cellular data, make sure that cellular data is turned on for Apple Music. To do this, go to Settings > Cellular, then turn on the Cellular Data switch.
You might need to wait a moment for your subscription to activate. If you’re still having trouble, restart your iPhone, iPad,ipod touch Mac, or PC. You can also try restarting your router or modem.
Check if you have the latest version of iOS
If you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Make sure that you have the latest version of iOS. To do this:
– Go to Settings > General > Software Update.
– If an update is available, tap Download and Install.
If you need help with downloading the update,contact apple support
Check if you have the latest version of Apple Music
If you have iOS 12.3 or later, check that you have the latest version of the Apple Music app:
Open the App Store.
If any updates are available, tap Update.
Otherwise, check that you’re signed in to the Apple Music service:
Open the Music app and go to the My Music tab.
Tap the switch next to Subscriptions.
Turn on Automatic Renewal or tap Turn Off if it’s already on.
If there are still issues, delete and redownload your content:
Delete your content from your device, then redownload it from the App Store:
Open the Music app and go to Library.
Select Songs, Albums, or Artists, then tap Edit in the upper-right corner of your screen.
Tap Delete [item], then tap Delete again to confirm..
Check if you have enough storage on your device
If you’re getting a “Storage Almost Full” message on your device, it means you need to free up some space. One way to do this is by deleting unused apps or files, or moving them to iCloud or another device.
You can also delete songs, albums, or playlists that you no longer want. Just find the item that you want to delete, then tap and hold it. Tap Delete, then Delete from My Music.
Check if you have authorized your computer
If you’re having trouble playing music from Apple Music on your computer, it might be because you need to authorize your computer before you can play any tracks. Here’s how to check if you’ve authorized your computer:
1. Open the Music app on your Mac.
2. Click theAccount menu in the sidebar, then select Authorizations.
3. If you don’t see “Authorizations,” it means you’ve already authorized your computer.
4. If you see a list of devices that includes your computer, click the Authorize button next to your computer’s name.
Check if you’re signed in to iCloud
One way to fix this problem is to check and see if you’re signed in to iCloud. To do this, open the Settings app and tap on your name at the top of the screen. If you’re not signed in, enter apple id and password and tap Sign In. Once you’re signed in, tap the Music tab and make sure that the iCloud Music Library toggle is turned on.
Check if you’re using cellular data
If you’re using cellular data to stream music, might want to check if you’ve reached your data limit. To do this, go to Settings > Cellular Data and make sure that the Cellular Data switch is turned on.
If your issue is still not resolved, contact apple support
Check if you’re in Airplane Mode
If you’re in Airplane Mode, Apple Music won’t play. Check to see if Airplane Mode is enabled in your device’s settings.
Check if you’re blocking cookies
Sometimes cookies can get in the way apple music working properly. To see if this might be the case, try disabling cookies in your browser and then restarting Apple Music. Here’s how:
1. Open your browser and go to Preferences > Privacy.
2. Click the button that says “Disable Cookies”.
3. Close your browser and launch Apple Music again.
If this doesn’t fix the problem, there could be something else going on. For more help,contact apple support