Apple Music “The requested URL was not found on this server”
Apple Music is one of the most popular music streaming services in the world, competing with Deezer and Spotify. It also happens to have one of the largest music collections in the world, with over 75 million songs.
But as is the case with all online services, issues like Listen Now not working and showing “Error: We ran into a problem” and seeing songs jumping to random places ruined the user experience. for many.
The issue seems to irritate many users as the error renders Apple Music unusable. Some have already tried restarting their app, clearing app data and reinstalling the app but to no avail.
Aggravating problems. I’ve supported iTunes since day one but it gets really aggravating when you add an album to a playlist and it adds it upside down, also downloads the music and plays it and you get always a “The requested URL was not found on this server.” in the middle of a song!!
Apple Music problems. My apple music keeps telling me “missing url” or something like that all the time and it’s really annoying, i’m always connected to the internet and i have good service and wifi and my music stops always out of nowhere or won’t play at all to say. Can anyone help?
Although the developers have not yet commented on the issue where Apple Music subscribers receive the error “The requested URL was not found on this server”, we have found workarounds that may help resolve the issue. problem.
The first solution is to clear storage or make sure you have enough space for Apple Music to work normally. The second workaround requires users to turn off Wi-Fi and use mobile data to see if that helps.
Have you tried turning off Wi-Fi and using your data plan instead? Work for me.
We hope the developers will look into the issue and fix it as soon as possible. If and when they do, we’ll update this space to reflect the same, so stay tuned for more information.
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