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Make sure that both devices are logged into your Apple ID. This is mostly automatic on the iPhone, but you may need to log into iTunes on the Mac, using the "Account" menu. Once you have logged into iTunes, Apple Music will start scanning the music in your iTunes library. Any songs which are available in Apple Music will be added to your iCloud library, and ...


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Here’s what works: Double click on the MP3 file and it will start playing oon iTunes Click on the 3 dots next to the song title now playing and select upload to iCloud music Watch the spinning arrow on the right. Click on it showing the progress of the upload When finished uploading, click on the 3 dots again and choose add to a playlist and you’re done. I ...


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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 ...


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The music available on the iPhone is not shown in the iTunes when you click on the iPhone icon in the iTunes toolbar. The music should be present in your iTunes library (if you originally synced it from iTunes to your iPhone). This is by design and how syncing music from iTunes to iPhone works. You need to connect your iPhone to the computer with iTunes ...


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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 ...


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