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iOS 9.2 Music Player White Screen


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#1 masteringvmware

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Posted 20 July 2016 - 06:52 AM

Hello guys,

I am using iphone 5s with iOS 9.2.
When i use mobile data some times i see that my music player just shows white screen only after tweaking & making changes it works.
So is there any solution by which i can solve this problem.



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Posted 21 July 2016 - 09:59 AM

Hello guys,
I am using iphone 5s with iOS 9.2.
When i use mobile data some times i see that my music player just shows white screen only after tweaking & making changes it works.
So is there any solution by which i can solve this problem.


What are you doing/using in the music player (I am assuming you are using Apple's Music app)? Are you using the Apple Music service? Or are you just using your own songs synced onto the iPhone? Are you using iTunes Match?

It kind of sounds like the you are using either Apple Music or iTunes Match (both of which require a data connection) and there is a temporary glitch with your mobile data service that prevents full down load of what is needed to display everything. If so, then you likely can fix it when it happened by completely quitting the app and then restarting it...assuming you have a good data connection. At least, that is my thought at the moment.

If you are just using locally synced songs, then I don't know. That is all I do with the Music app. I don't use Apple Music or iTunes Match. Never had what you describe happen to me.

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Posted 21 July 2016 - 10:00 AM

BTW, you might also want to update iOS. It is possible that maybe it is a bug that has been fixed in iOS 9.3.x.




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