Apple Music is one of the most popular Music Streaming service, where it works across the Apple Ecosystem, including iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, Mac, HomePod, and more. Whereas Apple Music is quite easy to use, lately, users have reported some minor glitches, bugs, and crashes with an update.
Apple is very serious about its experience, so we can expect Apple to soon roll out the update patch for Apple Music. Therefore, until now, we have some tweaks to resolve the error occurring with your Apple Music. Without further ado, let’s check this out.
Fix: Apple Music Not Working on iPhone or iPad.
We have included the guide that seems to be working for most of the users. Check out the following step by instructions mention down below.
Enable iCloud Music Library
If you have recently switched to another device, having Apple Subscription with the account, you simply need to re-sync Apple Music with your account, which will restore your Apple Music and sync all your Library, Songs, album, and playlist.
- Open Device Settings and head over to the music.
- Click on the iCloud Music Library and Toggle to Enable the option.
- That’s it. After enabling, it takes a couple of seconds to re-sync.
Update your iPhone or iPad
The issue might occur with your iOS/iPadOS. Ensure that you have updated your system OS to the latest version. Here is the guide to follow.
- Open Device Settings and then head over to the General.
- Next, click on Software Update and if you found any updates.
- Click on Download and Install.
- That’s it. Restart your device.
Restore your iPhone
If above mention method doesn’t help you to fix then here is the way to restore iPhone. Follow the Quick Guide mention down below.
- First thing First, Connect your Computer to your iPhone using the respective cable.
- Then, Launch iTunes and head over to the Restore iPhone option.
- Follow the on-screen wizard instruction and then click on Restore your iPhone or iPad.
- That’s it. It takes some time, and hopefully, your Apple Music revert back to the previous version.
Reset Network Settings
Apple Music requires a stable and high-speed internet to stream music through Apple Music. So, if you have recently tweak some of the settings, then reset your network settings can resolve the issue.
- Open Settings and head over to the General.
- Next, click on Reset and then Tap on “Reset Network Settings.”
- That’s it.
Restart iCloud Music Library
Because of some software bug or glitch sometimes shows an error as ‘Unexpected error code 4010,, which creates conflict with Apple Music. Therefore, by Re-Sign in can fix here are the steps mention down below.
- Open Device Settings and then head over to the music.
- Then, Toggle on iCloud Music Library to disable it.
- Now, Revert to settings and then Select music.
- After that, Toggle on “iCloud Music Library” to enable.
- Now, Check the Apple Music.
Check Apple Music Subscription
Not to mention, you need to active Apple Music subscription on your iPhone or iPad. Therefore, it is better to check device subscribe to their plans. Follow this guide mention below.
- Open iTunes & Apple Store and head over to the Apple ID.
- Then click on “View Apple ID” and Enter your passcode.
- After that, Click on Subscription, and there you will find your available subscription plan.
- That’s it.
Hopefully, we believe that this guide will help you and have fixed the encountering error so far. Thanks for being with us. We would like to know your valuable opinion and feedback if there is any query share with us in the comment section below.
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