Apple music keeps crashing on iPhone/iPad after iOS 11 upgrade? Just reading on this tip to get some simple methods to fix Apple music crashing in iOS 11 issue.
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“So my Apple music app has been crashing every time I tap on a song or on the playlist option. I just updated my iPhone to iOS 11 beta so maybe that has something to do with it? Any suggestion for a fix?”
A user from Reddit
Every iOS updates will bring some small errors like Apple music keeps crashing on iPhone/iPad after iOS 11 upgrade. Based on the data in Apple Community, there are about 1000 users have met the same problem of Apple music app crashing after iOS update. So how can we fix the problem of Apple music crashing on iPhone/iPad in iOS 11? Let’s follow this guide and find some useful tips to fix it.
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It’s usually the first way to try but actually it won’t work for most users. If you are the lucky one you can fix it by rebooting your iPhone in iOS 11.
You can sync your iPhone or iPad to iTunes and sync with iTunes library. Just open iTunes and connect to your iPhone > click the device tab > Music > Sync Music > Apply.
Go to Settings > Music > Join Apple music and launch Music app. Inside the launched music app, sign out your account. Then restart your Music app and sign in again.
Some users like storing a ton of songs, videos or apps on their iPhone or iPad and quite a lot of apps keep running in the background. You can try to clear some space and see if your Apple music still keeps crashing in iOS 11.
According to some users’ experience, you can download third party apps like iExplorer. Then user this app to browse your iPhone files and find a folder called “iTunes-Control” under “media” > delete everything inside the folder but not the folder itself. Reboot the device.
To do this, connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer, and click Backup Now. General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. Your iOS device restarts so set your iDevice as new (just follow the steps). Open the Music app when it completes.
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