Apple Music has finally been released after months of anticipation. The service garnered a lot publicity recently when Apple got into a spat with Taylor Swift. Now that everyone has finally had a chance to use Apple Music, it seems like that it really can become the one-stop shop for all genres of music. Not only does it have ample variety, the quantity is impressive right from the start as well. According to reports, Apple Music has the top 100 Billboard songs, which is better than even a well-established service like Spotify. With Grooveshark getting shut down recently, and SoundCloud moving to a more user-centric experience, it looks like Apple Music is on the fast lane to the top. As always though, the devil is in the details. When you try to configure it, the Music service can throw up a number of errors. To fix Apple Music configuration issues most of the times, there are a few simple steps that can help.
A lot of users are seeing the ‘iCloud Music library can’t be enabled’ error when trying to fix Apple Music. However, if you simply want to connect your iCloud’s music collection with Apple Music, the following steps are equally useful.
Fix Apple Music by Enabling iCloud Music
- Open the stock Settings app on your iPhone.
- Navigate to the iCloud section under Settings.
- Enter your iCloud account to access its internal settings. If you aren’t signed in already, you might have to enter your credentials.
- Swipe to the right and go back to the main Settings view.
- Enter the ‘Music’ menu.
- Look for the option named ‘Enable iCloud Music library’. Toggle it on and exit the app.
- From the resulting dialog box, select the option labeled ‘Replace or Merge’.
- Quit Settings app and go back to Apple Music.
With the above steps, you can easily fix Apple Music. The method works for both configuration, and functional issues. If the fix doesn’t work the first time, trying repeating steps 5 to 7 a few times as some have reported this to be effective. We are sure its makers will fix Apple Music configuration issues soon, but until then users will have to take matters into their own hands.