Playlist on iphone not updating
The Fix: A) Certain songs are not available for streaming. In this case, try to download again, or delete and download again.Noticed whenever you hit the "Play" button right next to a playlist, instead of all the tracks in that playlist being added to the list of songs playing next, the first track is added "on repeat" endlessly?Or when you try to sync through i Tunes it won’t work due to “not enough memory”?As a result you may be unable to play a lot of music you had before Apple Music. The Fix: Update i Tunes to version 12.2 and then try syncing.If you already tried to start downloading all your music for Offline listening and it is just taking too long or slowing your device down too much, you may want to stop that action. The Fix: Scroll all the way to the bottom of the downloading list. When you open the new Apple Music app and attempt to use various features, you get a message that says "You're offline.Connect to the Internet, then give it another shot."The Fix: Go to Settings -- look for Music and activate.(This can be found on tapping on the "My Music" Tab, and tapping on the pink words with an arrow under them (artists/albums/songs etc.).
From issues with playlists, songs disappearing, difficulty playing offline, syncing and more, i Phone i Pad and i Pod users have found Apple’s latest update to be a real challenge to get working properly.Additionally, if you’re just not sure how to sync playlists at all in the new i OS 8.4 and i Tunes, then here’s how that’s changed.This problem actually has a similar solution to other issues people are facing with playlists. At the bottom is the option “Music Available Offline”.The Fix: Turn repeat option off in “Now Playing” screen.To see “Now Playing” screen, click a blank part of the bar next to the “play/next track” buttons.