Apple Music won’t Play Songs on iPhone or iPad – Solved

Apple Music worked well till yesterday night. Today morning I opened the Apple Music and play the song that didn’t play. I was trying to play the song but it didn’t play. It seems to be corrupted. I told this problem to one of my friends and he gave me some solution to resolve this problem. After did this, Apple Music plays normally. Now, I am super happy. In this article, I am going to share with you. If you have this same problem, this article will help you.
Solution 1: Restart your iPhone
iPhone 8 and Earlier

  • Press and hold the power button until you get a slider.
  • To turn off your device, drag the slider.
  • After few seconds, again press and hold the power button until you get an Apple logo.

iPhone X

  1. Press and hold the side button until you get a slider.
  2. To turn off your device, drag the slider.
  3. Another way to restart your iPhone is open “Settings”.
  4. Tap “General”.
  5. Tap “Shut Down”. Then wait 10 to 15 seconds. After that click “side” button to turn on your iPhone.

Solution 2: Turn Off and back On iCloud Music Library

  • Open “Settings” app on your iOS device.
  • Click “Music” ->  turn off “iCloud Music Library”.
  • Wait for few seconds, then again turn it on.

Solution 3: Restart the Music App
Double-click home button and there you can see the closed apps. You just close music up by swipe up. Then reopen the Music app and check if it works.
Solution 4: Turn On and Off Airplane Mode

  • Open “Settings”.
  • Turn on “Airplane” mode.
  • Wait for few seconds, then turn it off back.

Solution 5: Reset Network Settings

  • Launch “Settings”.
  • Click “General”.
  • Click “Reset’.
  • Click “Reset All Settings”.

Solution 6: Using Join Apple Music

  • Launch “Settings”.
  • Click “Music”.music=app
  • Click “Join Apple Music”. It takes you to the Apple Music.join-apple

Solution 7: Delete the App and Reinstall
Delete the app and reinstall it again. It may resolve your problem.
Solution 8: Update your iOS

  1. Open “Settings” app on your iPhone.
  2. Then click “General” -> click “Software Update”. If an update available here, you just click “Download and Install”.
  3. Next, enter your passcode if prompted.
  4. Click “Agree” to the Terms and Conditions.
  5. Again click “Agree” to begin the process.

Solution 9: Restore your Device
Before restore, you have to backup your device. Because it erases the phone’s data.

  • Connect your iPhone to Mac.
  • Open iTunes on your Mac. Then select your “iPhone” icon at the top.
  • Click “Summary” panel.
  • Then click “Restore iPhone”. Now, your Phone will be restored.

Solution 10: Sign Out your Apple ID and Sign Back In

  • Launch “Settings”.
  • Click your “Apple ID”
  • Scroll down the page and you can see the “Sign Out” option. Click it.sign-out
  • Wait for few seconds and sign back in.

Solution 11: Clear the Songs and iTunes Library and Sync again

  • Backup your all songs from iTunes library.
  • Erase all data from iTunes Library. Then sync this with your iPhone. It will be removed all ringtones, Songs, Podcasts, and iBooks on your iDevice.
  • Export all music files to iTunes Library.
  • Next, restart your device. Then sync with iTunes.
  • Now all songs will be added to your iDevice.

See Also:
1.Fixed: Apple Music deleted all my songs, playlists
2.Fixed: Apple Music Skipping Songs on iPhone

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