If you’re having trouble with Apple Music, there could be a number of issues. In this article, we’ll go over some of the most common reasons apple music might not be working and how to fix them.
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Check your internet connection
One of the first and most obvious things to check is your internet connection. If you’re not connected to the internet, you won’t be able to use Apple Music. Make sure that your Wi-Fi is on and that you’re connected to the network that you want to use.
If your device is connected to a cellular network, make sure that cellular data is turned on for Apple Music. To do this, go to Settings > Cellular and make sure that the switch next to Cellular Data is in the green “on” position.
If you’re still having trouble, try restarting your device. This can often fix minor software glitches that may be preventing Apple Music from working properly.
Check if there’s an Apple Music outage
If you’re having using apple music it might be due to an outage. Outages can happen for a number of reasons, and they usually affect a large number of users.
To see if there’s an Apple Music outage:
-Open apple music app and go to the For You tab.
-Scroll down to the bottom of the page and tap the flag icon.
-If you see a message that says “We’re Sorry, an error occurred,” there might be an outage in your area.
Check your subscription
The first thing you should do if you’re having trouble with Apple Music is to check your subscription. If you’re still using the free trial, you might not have full access to Apple Music’s features. To check your subscription status, open the Settings app and tap on your name at the top of the screen. On the next page, tap on “Subscriptions.” From there, you should see apple music subscription listed. If it says “Free Trial” next to it, that means your trial is still active and you might not have full access to all of Apple Music’s features.
Check your iCloud Music Library settings
If you’re using Apple Music and iCloud Music Library, make sure that your devices have the latest version of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, or iTunes.
On your iPhone, iPad,ipod touch or Android device:
Open the Settings app. Tap Music. Turn on iCloud Music Library.
On your Mac:
Open the Music app. From the menu bar at the top of your screen, choose Music > Preferences. Click General. Turn on iCloud Music Library.
If you don’t see an iCloud Music Library option, make sure that you’re signed in to Apple Music with the apple id as the one that you use with iTunes on your Mac.
Check for updates
If you have recently updated your iOS device to a new version of iOS, it is possible that your Apple Music is not working because your device is not compatible with the new iOS update. To check for updates, go to Settings > General > Software Update. If an update is available, install it.
It’s also possible that the problem lies with the Apple Music app itself and not your iOS device. To check for updates to the Apple Music app, open the App Store and tap Updates. If an update is available, install it.
Check your storage
If your Apple Music isn’t working, it might be because of a problem with your storage. If your device is full, there might not be enough room for all of your music. To check your storage, go to Settings > General > About. If you need more space, you can delete some of your other content or offload it to iCloud.
Delete and reinstall the Apple Music app
If you’re still having trouble, try deleting and reinstalling the Apple Music app. Here’s how:
1. Delete the Apple Music app
2. Go to the App Store and search for “Apple Music.”
3. Tap GET, then tap INSTALL.
4. If asked, enter apple id and password.