Make sure you really want to delete all the music because they can’t be restored afterwards.
Open General » Usage in Settings.
Wait for iOS to load all the apps that take up the storage of your iPhone/iPad.
Find and select Music from the list.
You’ll see All Music in the list. Tap the Edit button on the top right, and choose to delete All Music.
The E symbol means "Explicit".
You can enable or disable explicit content within Settings on your device. You'll find the "ALLOW MUSIC & PODCASTS RATED" option under General -> Restrictions -> Music & Podcasts.
You may need to enter a PIN code to access the Restrictions settings.
You can disable the restrictions entirely by selecting the "Disable ...
Update (for iOS 10.3+)
Since iOS 10.3 star ratings can be enabled as follows:
Settings > Music > Show Star Ratings (enable)
Important: Apple Music songs can not be rated with stars. It works only for music that
was added manually to iTunes (MP3s, M4A, AAC)
is available in your iTunes Match library and/or
was bought in the iTunes Music Store (iTMS)
In the My Music tab under the Recently Added album artwork is a title which by default reads Artists it is a pink drop down menu.
Select Songs from the list.
Select any song to start playback.
Enable shuffle mode, disable repeat.
I would say there isn't really any default music player on the iPhone. You could say that Apple's Music-app is the one that opens when you press "Play" on the lock-screen or the "multitasking bar", but there's no real advantage in that.
To answer your question, no. You are pretty much unable to change any default things in the non-jailbroken version of iOS.
This isn't a feature that's ever been directly included as a human readable list in iTunes, on an iPod, or any modern generation iOS device.
This information is stored in a machine readable format, which is used first for a song's play counts (viewable only in iTunes), but there is also software written to take advantage of this information, and send it to ...
Correct, with watchOS 3.x it was possible to use Apple Watch as a kind of remote for iPhone's Music.app:
Browse all available music by artist/album/genre
Start/stop playback on your iPhone with Apple Watch
Change the music source from iPhone's storage to Apple Watch's storage
Unfortunately, starting with watchOS 4, you can't browse music on your ...
There could be a corruption in your music library that is preventing the 'sync' to finish.
On your iPhone, turn iTunes Match off, then open Settings > General > Usage > (wait for usage to populate) > Music >
tap Edit and then the red remove icon.
Restart your phone
When your phone is back on, open Music to ensure its empty. If its not, complete the above ...
Apple removed the ability to rate songs with stars in iOS 10. You can now only use Like (heart) or dislike (no heart).
You can, however, use Siri to rate a song while it's playing. You can tell Siri to rate a song from 0 to 5 stars. Of course, that pauses the song playback to it's not an ideal solution.
I can't tell you what app you were using on your iPhone 4, but I can tell you how you can still play music on your new iPhone using a sleep timer.
To do what you want, follow this process:
Launch the Clock app
Tap on the Timer option at bottom right
Set the timer to 30 min
Tap on the When Timer Ends option
Now swipe up until you see the Stop Playing ...
The above solutions didn't work for me. What worked for me was after starting a song, I tapped the bottom bar that shows what's playing. Upon tapping, a window with the album cover appears along with the player controls, including the shuffle and repeat buttons.
When playing a song, tap on the Miniplayer (the bar above the Music app button selections, it shows your song title and artist, etc., it changes per song) to bring up the full song player. Once you are in the full song view, you will have access to the shuffle and repeat buttons.
It seems that the answer is:
There's no way to disable Apple Radio from taking up space in iTunes and Music on iOS.
If this also bothers you, you can submit a report here: http://www.apple.com/feedback/
Or, specifically, here: http://www.apple.com/feedback/apple-music.html
The ability to rate songs has been added to iOS 10.2.
Another great option, and I'm quite critical of missing UI features like this, is to use a widget (previously mentioned but not linked) called Music Rating Widget. You can view the currently playing song's rating, change it, skip to the next song, and pause from the widget window.
Also, Cesium Music ...
I believe you are referring to the Music complication. Which is separated from the Now Playing in watchOS 4.
The solution is to use a dedicated Now Playing from now on. It can be also set as a complication which would allow easy access:
iOS 7 has changed the face of the Music app somewhat. The biggest thing that was introduced is that now, all of you iTunes store music purchases show up automatically in the Music.app. This allows you to stream those songs without actually storing them on your device (an excellent option).
As a result you have two options:
You can manage music the old way ...
The 'E' is not text, it is artwork.
iTunes on your Mac has the same artwork. This artwork is located within the iTunes app. This is how you can find it:
Go to /Applications
Right click 'iTunes' and select 'Show Package Contents'
Now go to 'Contents' -> 'Resources' -> 'English' (or any other installed language)
In here you will find the artwork in png ...
To shuffle all music select Artists, Albums, or Songs, press play on the ear buds
In other modes of play the shuffle is a toggle. It will remember if its on or off. If its on pressing the picture in the Artists list will play all their music shuffled. If shuffle is off it will play all music starting with the most recent album in album order.
The same is ...
For me it does show. I'm running iOS 10.2 on my iPhone 6s. I found it under 'Setttings > Music'.
After that open the Action sheet of a song. And there you find the 'Rate Song...' button. Pressing this button will show a pop up with 'Star Rating'.
I had exactly the same issue and have been working with Apple tech support all night! PROBLEM SOLVED!
Please try and follow the steps below:
Back-up your iPhone;
Go to your iTunes library and stat-rate one of your songs;
Now, sync your phone again;
Go back to Music setting under 'General' and see if 'Show Star rating' switch is there.
Switch it on and ...
The Music app is pretty limited in terms of the metadata it displays. At the moment it's not possible to view the play counts for songs.
Third party apps can access your music collection, but I'm not sure how much metadata is exposed to them. It may be possible to see play counts with a third party app, but I don't know for sure, nor do I know of any apps ...
You can add a 3rd party app that supports mp3 playback to the iOS device and if they support AirDrop you will get a prompt after AirDrop of mp3 from computer to iOS device asking which program to open the mp3. My prompts include iMovie, Evernote and Google Drive. I use Evernote. This does not put it in iOS iTunes. But I'm not always near the computer ...