November 19, 2017
The newly launched Apple system - iOS 11 has brought great convenient for using iPhone/iPad, etc. However, it also comes with some bugs or disadvantages. Since the release of iOS 11, a number of Apple Music users left comments on some forums or communities, saying that their Apple Music program encountered crashing while they were using. How to fix it? We have collected some solutions for you.
1. Restart Your Apple Music or iPhone/iPad
Try to close and restart your Apple Music program first when the crashing happened. If it doesn't work, restart the iPhone/iPad.
2. Launch Apple Music Again and Login with Your Apple Account
Go to Settings > Music > Join Apple Music to launch Apple Music. Then open the new-launched Apple Music program and login with your Apple Account again.
3. Clear Your iPhone/iPad Memory in iOS 11
For those who has downloaded lots of songs, videos, photos, and keep opening many apps in the background, you can try to clear your iPhone/iPad memory to free some space. Then see if your Apple Music would still crash.
4. Sync with iTunes to Rebuild Music Library
Connect your iPhone/iPad to iTunes. Go to iTunes and click the device tab, then tap on Music > Sync Music > Apply.
5. Switch the Region of Your Apple ID
Try to switch your Apple ID to other country, then open Apple Music program. When it asks you to sign for 3-month free trial, you need to click on "No" then you are able to play your Apple Music directly. After few hours, you can switch back to your original region, and you can find your Apple Music not crashing any more.
Instead of trying the above solutions to fix Apple Music crashing, you can also attempt to save the Apple Music songs to your iPhone/iPad or play them outside Apple Music. But it would certainly fail to do this directly since the songs of Apple Music are well-protected by DRM, which is a technology mean adopted by Apple Inc to protect the digital contents of Apple. With DRM protection, we could not transfer or replicated the contents.
To fix this problem, we need to use a third-party program to remove DRM from Apple Music songs. TuneFab Apple Music Converter would be great choice for you. It has the following benefits:
* Unlock Apple Music songs' DRM with high speed;
* Detect and preview the playlists stored in iTunes Library in seconds;
* Convert the audio format of Apple Music songs into plain MP3, M4A, etc.;
* Apply to both Windows and Mac users.
4 steps taken to remove DRM from Apple Music songs:
Step 1. Launch TuneFab Apple Music Converter
Luanch TuneFab Apple Music Converter to your PC and run it. It would connect with your iTunes automatically.
Note: You can select the free-trial version to experience TuneFab Apple Music Converter first.
Step 2. Select Apple Music Songs and Set the Format
Go to "Music" in "Playlists", and you are able to preview the playlists of your Apple Music songs. Select those you want to save, then under the selection box, you would see the output setting. Choose the output format, such as MP3, according to your preference. You can also select the output folder, or amend the codec, bit rate, sample rate, channels.
Step 3. Optional Settings
Go to "Options" on the upper left, and you would find General Settings. Here it is provided for you to select the conversion speed from 1x to 16x faster. Select the one you need.
Step 4. Click on "Convert" to Unlock DRM Encryption
When you have go through all the settings above, you can click on "Convert" button now to unlock the DRM encryption. Wait for few minutes for the conversion completion, and you could get the DRM-free Apple Music songs.
You are free to save these DRM-free Apple Music songs on your iPhone/iPad directly. Or you can transfer them to your newly bought iPhone 8, iPhone X, or non-apple devices such as Samsung Galaxy Note 8. For more convenient transfer, you can use FonePaw iOS Transfer to help you. It is an high-efficient program designed for contents transfer between your iPhone and PC.
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