Since you are still able to find out which songs are not transferred, you may have an easy-to-go method to fix the problem. May want to try copying other songs that aren't on the device because that's what I did to make it work. Also, with some podcasts and the like, they are not stored in your phone's music location and they can't be streamed to the Sonos system. If that does not work, log out from iCloud on your iDevice and log back in. I tried removing all the music from the iPhone and resyncing, but they still were not transferred.
This will delete all of the data on your phone, though. If your music is stored on your phone's drive, it may help to fully reboot your phone by holding the power button down until the red slide bar appears, then sliding the bar across. But in all cases that I've been able to determine as resolved, it's been this issue. If you signed up for Apple Music on your iPhone or iPad but also want to enjoy the service on your Mac, you might be up for a surprise when you launch iTunes and realize Apple Music is not showing up. The following guidance will show you how to transfer music from iTunes to iPhone with iTunes. This enables the device to automatically download purchases which have been added by other devices via iCloud.
Another situation is not common but it does exist. If I type in the song or Artist, within my music, it shows. If your device doesn't appear in iTunes,. Then the playlists you created in iTunes will be shown below in the window. The deleted or lost songs are marked with exclamation in the iTunes Library, and you can easily find them out. The trial version has limited transfer times. All I did was delete my library that I had previously downloaded, and then downloaded fresh copies from Apple, and it all just started working in any music player I chose.
And hoping that they will work for you. Transfer Purchased to iPhone without iTunes Just like we mentioned in part 6, iTunes syncing is practical way to transfer your purchased songs to iPhone, but it also leads to iPhone existing media file being erased. There will likely be information included in the diagnostic that will help Sonos pinpoint the issue and help you find a solution. Bonus Tips: How to transfer playlist songs from iPhone to computer without iTunes iPhone playlists usually contain your favorite songs in the category, and you'd better back up them to the computer in a schedule with a free iPhone data transfer tool if you don't want to lose them when an accident happens. Fix Purchased Music Not Showing Up on iPhone - Solution 1 Solution 2. They then don't play from your actual phone they are fetched by Sonos from the Apple Servers and played directly. Have you got any tips why? I installed itunes and all that.
Those songs have to be played form the Apple Music App within Sonos. . When it finishes, you can find the music on your iTunes library. I had the same issue and it was so silly. If the music doesn't show up there, most likely it's not stored on your phone's hard drive. Well we are still having this issue. I am not sure exactly when.
. In iTunes I can't recall if I got any messages when I started it. On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and S at the same time. I have an iPhone 6 currently running 9. I ended up having to restore my phone as well - though I haven't loaded any of my music back yet.
If you download that music to your phone's storage it should show up in the menu area for this iPhone in the Sonos app. I have toggled on and off iCloud music. I can't force a redownload in iTunes; I can delete the songs from my library redownload them, but I'm hoping to find another solution, since I don't want my play counts and other info to be reset… — Nov 11 '11 at 2:41 I see that this thread is several months old so I'm hoping this will help those that experience this problem in the future. But lately I am encountering the same issue. Here our team has just collected 8 tips to help you with this issue. Anyone at Sonos able to help? They want to control everything….
Try them one by one now. Select the music that you want to transfer to iTunes. But now, I found that my songs are not showing up on iPhone, even the purchases. I have an iPhone 6 currently running 9. As there are many possible causes, so are there fixes.
Voila, your problem is solved. It is on on her phone for sure and nothing is there. I had quite a few tracks that were in this situation myself. Also, un-checking automatically sync with this iPhone, then re-enabling can sometimes force iTunes to update the storage available on the device. I had the problem a purchased song would not download. Would you like to answer one of these instead? The real reason could vary, base on your actual situation.