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I've found that certain songs are available in Apple Music, but once you add them to an existing playlist it becomes un-syncable. Also it can't be shared. This is a real pain, specially because there is not warning as to which song is causing the issue. For example, if you don't own Ed Sheeran X album, try adding Sing. Boom.
I too am a star rating maniac and had to re-learn how to set ratings vs. the new heart. Also found this great article on how to get your playlists to display more prominently, worked like a charm: http://www.macrumors.com/2015/07/01/replace-connect-with-playlists-apple-music/ I also noticed that a number of my songs had ratings wiped out, it appears to be ...
The currently playing song shows up in a horizontal now playing bar. Click the three dots on the right hand side of the bar. Click on the album name at the top of the pop up menu.
i had to untick icloud music library, close prefs, then reopen it and it started syncing again. Briefly it also let me right click a song and upload to iCloud music library, but that didn't seem to do anything
You need to pay for iTunes Match. This uploads files and syncs them across your devices.
Delete everything from iTunes and iCloud but choose "Keep files". Then reimport them and add them to iCloud again.
Backup the files and click Delete. That will remove them from iCloud. Then you can reimport them and upload them again. When you add them again, it may say "Removed" since you previously deleted them from iCloud. Just right click and add them to iCloud again.
Select genres since it breaks it down better than individual. And temove it from that.
iCloud recently has had updates done which you check the system status at here I had issues with creating new playlists from my phone. When I signed out and signed back into my iCloud account, this functionality came back. I am not sure if this will resolve your issue but could be an unseen issue as to why this may have happened.
Playlists that reference other Playlists can not be uploaded
If the size of your iTunes Library is larger then the amount of storage you have on your iDevice then you need to Uncheck Selection for an appropriate amount of Albums/Songs to then sync with your iDevice to the point that you have an appropriate amount of free space on the device. As an example I gave ~150 GB of songs in my iTunes Library however my 64 GB ...
To turn off iCloud Music Library you need to go to: iTunes>Preferences>iCloud Music Library
I just went into Preferences > General Ratings in iTunes 12.2, OS Yosemite and it gives you the option of the old Stars, Hearts, or both. I just went back to Stars...one click for all my library songs.
Supposedly, Apple is releasing an API to Apple Music (as evidenced by it's future appearance on Sonos), at which point this type of service will exist. As of now, no luck.
Click the song title in the now playing screen, it will change to a set of stars, then you can rate it.
Try this: 1st download all your ,purchased music directly into your iPhone by going to the iTunes store, more, purchases click on what you want to download. (this may take some time) Do not plug phone into computer yet. Do not select entire music, select by artist, album, genre playlist. Disconnect you iPhone from WiFI and put it in Airplane mode. Click ...
You can't transfer music from iPhone to iTunes. You can only transfer music iTunes to iPhone. This is to prevent music from being pirated easily. If you purchased the music directly from iTunes, all you need to do is make certain that you have iTunes signed on to the same Apple ID and download your purchases directly. You won't be charged if you already ...
You can ask them to set up Family Sharing, and then get them to invite your new Apple ID to the Family. On the organizer iOS device, go to Settings > iCloud > Family and invite via Apple ID. That way you can access all the content they (or you with their Apple ID) have purchased. You can decide wether you want to share your purchase history with them, or ...
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