Iphone podcast stuck on updating library
i Tunes 12.2 with support for Apple Music came out yesterday and managed to create quite a stir for all the wrong reasons.
Next, if you enabled i Cloud Music Library in i Tunes, navigate to Edit Preferences.
From the newly-opened window, under the “General” tab uncheck “i Cloud Music Library” and click OK.
Small amounts of data can be transferred from Apple's servers, usually in the form of podcast feed art or partial search results.
Crash events appear to occur when the app attempts to connect with Apple's i Tunes servers, as queries cause an almost immediate shutdown.
But after spending some time with the new app, I must admit I'm disappointed.
For starters, the interface is something of a mess.
Here’s all we know so far about what’s causing the problem and how to solve.
Issues with the i Tunes library may appear straight after the update or after enabling i Cloud Music Library in i Tunes 12.2.
If you instead have your music and playlists intact on an i Phone, i Pod or i Pad device, skip to this section: Restore library from i Phone, i Pod or i Pad.
The easiest way to avert any potential problems with a future i Tunes release is to back up the library in advance.
You’ll know you’re effected because instead of your typical i Pod music library loading in the i Pod app, you’ll get a message that says “No Content” and telling you to download music from i Tunes.