iOS 9.5 Won’t Sync iTunes Music with Sync iPhone – Fix Guide

How To
// September 11, 2016
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When you just purchased new music and get the following message “Can’t sync iTunes to iPhone 6” after upgrading to the latest iOS 9.3.5/10 can be an annoying problem. You really want to listing to your new music, so to fix this problem follow these steps:

#1 The first step is to sync again:

First turn off iCloud Music on the iPhone. You need to tap “Setting” on iPhone and “Music” and then turn off the “iCloud Music Library.” -“The shared library ” cloud music library” is not responding. (503)”


#2 Sync after turning off iTune Match

First make sure that you have turn off iTunes Match on the iPhones. To Turn off iTunes Match -> Setting. Then you need to connect your iPhone and launch iTunes again. Once the device icon at the top of the iTunes window is clicked, you need to select music in the side navigation panel.

The next step is to uncheck the sync music option in the right panel and click Apply or Sync. Once the Sync is completed, you’ll need to check the Sync Music box and hit Apply or Sync again.

#3 Sync after turning off “Show Apple Music”


Solution #3 need you to turn off the “Show Apple Music” on iTunes. For this you need to reset the iPhone by holding Power and the Home button. Then go to the iPhone Setting in Music and turn off Show Apple Music. For iTune look for Edit button and go to preferences and  uncheck Show Apple Music.

#4 Use another USB Port

Sometimes the USB port or the cable is broken. If the USB port/cable is not working the iTunes transfer of the music could be mess up. Switching the USB cable from one port to another to check if it’s working and use another USB cable. Sometimes cables malfunction can lead to sync errors.

#5 Re-authorize iTunes on the Computer

iTunes can use a re-authorization to the iPhone to fix syncing problems.


  1. First Open up iTunes.
  2. and make sure you’re Sign into an Apple ID account
  3. On the top menu bar select Choose Account -> View My Account -> deauthorize iTunes (this will show how many device you have connected)

In case the iPhone fails to sync with iTunes a greying  Sync button will say “its unavailability”. The computer can simply reauthorized the computer with iTunes in the storage menu.

#6 Turn off iCloud Music Library and iTunes Match

iTunes wil not allow syncing of music to iPhone or iCloud Music library in case iTunes Match is turned on. Make sure that iCloud Music library and iTunes Match in the iPhone’s settings using Music are disable. Once this is turn off, the iPhone 6 can be synced with iTunes like normal.

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