It's a known bug since the release of macOS 10.14.5.
The blank window that shows up when you try to add an item to your library is actually supposed to contain new terms of service that you have to agree to, but it's bugged on macOS and just displays an empty page instead.
The only solution right now seems to be to go to Apple Music on any of your iOS ...
You can either use Apple's official web player (which is in beta) or a third party one:
Zachary Seguin Music
I would recommend trying one of the third party players, they have some nice features like last.fm scrobbling support and a full screen now playing view not available in the official one.
I hate to say, but I’ve not been able to find any way to accomplish this so I’m going to recommend just using a different music app with your same music library that the native Music app creates and manages.
For me, I love the Cs music player and it does an amazing job at using your existing music library and lets you avoid using the native app any time it ...
Looking up the iTunes User Guide, it defines "Explicit" as
A label—issued by media producers—that alerts consumers to content that might be inappropriate for children.
So, it appears that they are going off the RIAA's definition of "Clean/Explicit"
Additionally, I was able to find a iTunes Users Guide for PC that goes into more detail:
Yes - you can sign in using different Apple ID for the music app and not share the same AppleID as you do with other items like the App Store, iCloud preferences, FaceTime and Messages. In fact, you could choose a different account for each one of the above if you wanted to be creative or difficult or just had specific needs.
I use my work AppleID for ...
There are a few ways that you do to achieve your requirements.
But you have to disable Apple’s SIP which I don't recommend personally.
So, I would suggest you use this third-party application named as Mac Media Key Forwarder. Use the latest version 3.0 for Catalina.
You can prioritize which app you would like to control or you can go
with the ...
Your question is a bit unclear but if you want to use your iPhone as an audio input and play music from iPhone using the speaker of MBP then do the following steps:
Before following the instructions, make sure you’ve got a Lightning USB cable handy (the same one you use to charge your device). You’ll need it to complete the setup process. When you’re ready,...
I found the way (but still you need iTunes to set order on your iOS device).
Right click on a playlist
Select Copy to Play Order to set the default order for this playlist when copied to a device
Click on the first song in your library.
Scroll down and shift-click on the last song in the library.
Now everything is selected.
Two-finger tap on any of the songs to show the context menu
Select “add to playlist”.
The following procedure removed the problem:
In Finder, select /Users/myaccount/Music/iTunes, the "Get Info".
Current permissions are me: Read & Write, system: Read & Write, wheel: Read only, everyone: Read only. (I apparently mad a mistake in the earlier observation that only me had Read & Write permission there.)
Select "Apply to enclosed ...
duskwuff's answer is correct if you have a subscription to the Apple Music or iTunes Match services. An Apple Music subscription gives you access to the entire Apple Music catalogue from any device signed in to your account; iTunes Match only lets you download a copy of the music you've imported into iTunes on your computer.
If you don't subscribe to either ...
Follow the steps below to fix the problem of Apple Music not showing up in iTunes on Mac
Open iTunes on your Mac by clicking on the iTunes icon in the Dock of your Mac.
iTunes Icon in the Dock of Mac
Next, click on iTunes tab in the top Menu Bar of your Mac and then click on Preferences… option in the drop-down menu (See image below)
iTunes Preferences ...
I've had success in the past using iExplorer to view files in an iOS file system and iTunes backups. I will add as a caveat that these were native iOS devices and not jailbroken, so your mileage may vary.
High level: install iExplorer on your computer, run it, connect the affected device, unlock it as required, and see what files it finds using the various ...
You don't need AppleScript - can do it from the commandline directly with the right URI.
You're calling itmss:// because you need to hit iTunes itself.
Then, replace the code into the idra.XXXXXXXXX bit. I'm in the USA, so it's /us/station, but I suspect /gb/...
A song loved on your computer doesn't mostly show up as loved on your iphone, while a song loved on an iphone is always showed as loved on a computer version of Apple Music.
Solution is to first add the song to your library on your computer and then loved it. Then it's auto synced to your iPhone.