Ipod shuffle play count not updating
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.
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?
(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.).
If the shuffle button is greyed in, then it is activated. B) Tell Siri to "turn off shuffle" Have you been trying to download all your music for offline use?
Maybe you made a smart playlist with all your songs but found after a while your device started freezing or running really slow during the transfers. The Fix: The problem arises when you try downloading a lot of songs from only one playlist.
You’ll start experiencing problems with playlists of over a couple hundred including everything from freezing, stopping, running slow and rebooting.
Scouring various Apple discussion boards, we’ve compiled a list of common problems users are having along with the fixes that are reportedly working.
As we see more problems and solutions, we’ll continue to add them to this post, but for now, check out what we’ve got below.