How To Request A Song On Itunes?
- Philip Martin
It seems that no one has responded in quite some time. Simply posing a new inquiry will kick off a new round of the dialogue. I have spent an interminable amount of time hunting for a few songs, and despite the fact that I have conducted the most exhaustive searches possible, I have been unable to locate them.
- I went to the Help section of iTunes and the Music Store and searched under Buying Music.
- At the conclusion of the section titled “Finding Music in the Music Store,” it said: “If you are unable to locate the song or album that you are looking for, it is possible that it is not currently for sale.
- To submit a request for a song or album that is not currently available, go to the homepage of the iTunes Music Store and click the option labeled “Requests & Feedback.” After that, revisit the iTunes Music Store at a later time to check on the status of the song or album and see if it may still be purchased there.” I have looked ALL OVER the home page of the music shop, including under the help tab as well as other places, but I have not been able to locate it.
Is there ANYONE who is familiar with the location of this “Requests and Feedback” link??? Any assistance would be much appreciated! Thanks, Patty Originally published on September 15, 2005 at 7:54 PM Patty Lora’s user profile information is available here.
Why can’t I download certain songs on iTunes?
There are a few troubleshooting solutions that you should try out if Apple Music is unable to download your music for whatever reason. There might be a problem with your internet connection, or it’s possible that your device has run out of storage space completely.
There is also a possibility that there is an issue with the settings for your iCloud sync. For further news, please see the homepage of Business Insider. When your songs and albums won’t download, it may be quite aggravating, regardless of whether you’ve been using Apple Music for a long time or are a new member.
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Problems with downloading might be caused by a number of different things, such as a network problem or a shortage of storage space on your device. Among the most fundamental recommendations provided by Apple is to quit the application and then restart your iPhone or iPad.
- When you are encountering problems with your device, this should often be the first action that you do.
- You should also check to make sure that your membership to Apple Music is still active and has not run out of time.
- On the page that contains information about your account, you may check the specifics of your subscription.
This is also the page where you can modify or terminate your plan. If a song is marked with a cloud that has a slash mark across it — as opposed to a cloud that has an arrow — this indicates that the music cannot be downloaded in any way. This is a crucial fact to keep in mind.