If you are a music fan and an Apple user, you will likely use one of their two music services: iTunes Match or Apple Music. Both of them allows you to sync your tracks to iCloud Music Library, from which you can stream and download your music to any iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV. Thus saves you the physical storage space.
As convenient as it might be, they are not error-proof. If you stumbled into the errors related to iCloud Music Library, here are the steps to remedy them.
If you are stuck in the endless "Sending information to Apple" error, the most likely reason is that Apple is currently doing routine maintenance on specific iCloud services. So before you do anything else, try checking Apple's Services, Stores, and iCloud system status website.
Yellow and Red indicators mean that Apple may be doing a system update. All that you need to do is to check back again later. If the indicator is green, and you’re still having trouble, try the next step.
Are some of your tunes missing from iCloud Music Library? Go to Settings and restart iCloud Music Library.
One of the cool things about iCloud is that it can update itself regularly. But sometimes this process fails and you need to update iCloud Music Library manually.
For those who want to force iCloud Music Library to resync all your music, you need to restart it. This steps can help people who are experiencing freezes or hang-ups while trying to sync with iTunes Match or Apple Music, and all the above steps don’t solve the problem.
Please note that the action will trigger the rescanning process of your whole library and this, depending on its size, could take hours or even days.
When all fails, try signing out of iTunes altogether on all your devices, including your Mac or PC. Then sign back in and try syncing your iCloud Music Library again.
That’s all for how to fix common iCloud Music Library errors. Moreover, you can also use an iOS file manager like Tenorshare iCareFone to help you import, export, and delete music on iPhone, iPad.