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How to Fix Apple Music not Working on iOS Devices

Posted by Aimee , Sep 17, 2020

I can't download any songs from my music library. When using cellular data, my Apple Music says "we've run into a problem". It's strange, it worked in wifi before. After resetting the iPhone, Apple Music doesn't work anymore. Has anyone encountered such a problem? I didn't find a useful answer in the Apple forum. Is there any way to fix it?
Many Apple users enjoy music, so they all subscribe to Apple Music. Apple Music developed by Apple allows people to discover and listen to more music. After registering or subscribing to Apple Music, you can stream music on iOS devices. It is a rare problem that Apple Music cannot be played. If you encounter a problem that Apple Music does not work, you may wish to browse some of the solutions in this article.

1. Restart the Music app.
Press the home button twice in succession. Swipe up the Music app to close it. Then re-run the app.

Music App

2. Check the subscription status of Apple Music.
After subscribing to Apple Music, you can use it effectively. If you do not subscribe to the service, the Apple Music app cannot be used on iPhone, iPad, and iPod. You can solve the problem by subscribing to their plan. Therefore, please check the active subscription before proceeding with other repair operations.
- Go to [your name] from Settings.
- Then find the "iTunes & App Store" menu.
- Tap "Apple ID" to view it.
- Scroll down to find the "Subscriptions" item. Tap it and select the "Apple Music" subscription.
3. Enable iCloud Music Library.
If iCloud Music Library is not enabled, you will not be able to access the music library. Without access to music files, the Apple Music app cannot play them. This does not involve iOS system file failure. Therefore, you can check whether iCloud Music Library is enabled.
- Tap the "Settings" app on the home screen of the iOS device.
- Click "Music" to see the options within it.
- Switch iCloud Music Library to "On" status. If it is already enabled, you need to turn it off and restart it.

Enable iCloud Music Library

- After restarting the iOS device, you can try Apple Music again.
4. Check the network settings.
Apple Music cannot work normally on a faulty network. You can reset the network to fix the fault.
- Find the "Settings" app on the Home page.
- Tap "General" and go to "Reset"
- Select "Reset Network Settings".
5. Update iOS.
When there are some unknown errors in the iOS system, the Apple Music app may not work. Therefore, upgrading iOS is also a method worth considering.
- Start the "Settings" item, and then click "General".
- Select "Software Update" to check if there is an available upgrade version.
- Click "Download and Install" to update iOS.
You can use iTunes to upgrade iOS. In addition, some third-party tools can also assist in upgrading iOS, which can even complete iOS upgrades for abnormal iPhone, iPad, or iPod.
6. Restore the iOS device to factory settings.
If you have backed up the data on your iOS device, performing factory settings or master reset is also a feasible solution.
- Find the "Settings" app on the Home page.
- Tap "General" and scroll down to find "Reset". Then select "Erase all content and settings".

Factory Settings

- Enter the password and confirm the reset.
- The iOS device will restart after the reset is completed.
- After restoring the default settings, you can restore the data through iTunes or iCloud backup files.
With the help of the above methods, you can fix this Apple Music problem. If all methods are invalid, it is recommended to contact the Genius Bar for official support.

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