All of the playlists selected for updating no longer
A new screen will come up, on the bottom of which you will find the shuffle and repeat buttons.
If the shuffle button is greyed in, then it is activated. B) Tell Siri to "turn off shuffle" Have you been trying to download all your music for offline use?
There are a couple of ways to remedy this problem with the Apple music app not working.The Fix: Have you noticed that when you go through an area where your service/ connection speeds change, Apple Music pauses and you have to hit play to resume playback even with offline streaming? The Fix: Even if you are playing offline music, when away from a Wi-Fi connection you have to allow Apple Music to use cellular data for it to work properly.
This can be done by going into Settings Music app and enable (set to green). The Fix: Go to: Settings - Cellular - scroll down to "Music" and check that this is checked to allow cellular data.
A menu should pop up, at the bottom of which you'll find the "Show Music Available Offline" toggle.
“Repeat” and “Shuffle” functions are bottom left of the screen.
Ok, so problems with turning off shuffle and repeat mode are being reported like crazy and I think this is largely a design problem with Apple. The Fix: A) Press on The Grey bar at the bottom of the screen that shows the song currently playing.
If you already tried to start downloading all your music for Offline listening and it is just taking too long or slowing your device down too much, you may want to stop that action. The Fix: Scroll all the way to the bottom of the downloading list. When you open the new Apple Music app and attempt to use various features, you get a message that says "You're offline.
Connect to the Internet, then give it another shot."The Fix: Go to Settings -- look for Music and activate.
Some devices seem to be defaulted to on, others off.