Apple Music is one of the most popular music streaming services, and users can access millions of songs at their fingertips. However, sometimes users accidentally delete their favorite songs, and it can be frustrating. In this blog post, we will discuss various methods to get back deleted songs on Apple Music.
– An Apple device (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, etc.)
– An active Apple Music subscription
– An internet connection
– The latest version of iOS or iPadOS
What requires your focus?
Before we dive into the methods, it is important to focus on a few things. Firstly, ensure that you have a stable internet connection to access Apple Music. Secondly, make sure that you are using the latest version of iOS or iPadOS. Thirdly, check that you have an active Apple Music subscription. Lastly, avoid deleting any more songs while you are trying to recover your deleted songs.
Method 1: Check Recently Deleted Playlist
Apple Music has a feature that automatically creates a "Recently Deleted" playlist for recently removed songs. Here are the steps to follow to recover deleted songs using this method:
1. Open the Apple Music app on your device.
2. Tap on the "Library" tab located at the bottom of the screen.
3. Scroll down and tap on the "Recently Deleted" playlist.
4. Find the song that you want to recover and tap on it.
5. Tap on the "…" icon and select "Recover" to add the song back to your library.
– Quick and easy method to recover deleted songs.
– It is an automatic feature of Apple Music.
– Deleted songs are only available to recover for a limited time (30 days).
Method 2: Restore Music from iCloud Backup
If you have enabled iCloud backup, you can restore your Apple Music library from a backup that was created before the songs were deleted. Here are the steps to follow:
1. Open your device’s "Settings" app.
2. Tap on your name at the top of the screen.
3. Select "iCloud" and then "Manage Storage".
4. Tap on your device, and then select "Backups".
5. Find a backup that was created before the songs were deleted and tap on it.
6. Tap on "Restore" and wait for the process to complete.
– It recovers all deleted songs in one go.
– It is ideal for users who have not synced their music to a computer.
– It may take a while to restore your device, especially if there is a large amount of data to restore.
– It may overwrite any new data that was not included in the backup being restored.
Method 3: Use a Third-Party Data Recovery Tool
If the above methods fail or do not work for you, you can use a third-party data recovery tool to recover your deleted songs. Here are the steps to follow:
1. Download a reputable data recovery tool like Tenorshare UltData for iOS.
2. Launch the software and connect your device to your computer.
3. Select "Recover from iOS device" and click "Start Scan".
4. Preview and select the deleted songs you want to recover.
5. Click "Recover" and choose a location to save the restored songs.
– It can recover deleted songs that are not available in the Recently Deleted playlist.
– It is also able to recover other types of deleted data on your device.
– It requires downloading and installing additional software.
– It may involve a cost to purchase the software.
Why Can’t I Get Back Deleted Songs on Apple Music?
1. The songs were deleted more than 30 days ago and are no longer available in the Recently Deleted playlist.
Fix: Try restoring from an iCloud backup or using a third-party data recovery tool.
2. You do not have an active Apple Music subscription.
Fix: Renew your subscription or start a new one.
3. The songs were not included in your iCloud backup or iTunes library.
Fix: Try using a third-party data recovery tool or manually add the songs back to your library.
Implications and Recommendations
It is important to regularly backup your Apple Music data to avoid losing any songs you may have added. You can backup your data using iCloud or iTunes. Additionally, ensure that you check your Recently Deleted playlist when you accidentally delete a song. If you are unable to recover your deleted songs using the methods above, you can try contacting Apple Support for further assistance.
Q: Can I recover deleted songs from Apple Music on a different device?
A: Yes, you can recover deleted songs on any device that is signed in to the same Apple ID and has Apple Music enabled.
Q: Can I recover songs that I deleted before I started using Apple Music?
A: No, you cannot. Apple Music is only able to recover songs that were deleted within the app.
Q: Do I need to pay for a third-party data recovery tool to recover my deleted songs?
A: Yes, most data recovery tools require payment to access the full functionality of the software.
Q: Can I recover only a specific deleted song from a backup?
A: Yes, most backup softwares allow you to select specific files to restore.
Q: Will using a third-party data recovery tool void my device’s warranty?
A: No, using a third-party data recovery tool should not void your device’s warranty. However, it is important to use a reputable software to avoid any potential issues.
Losing your favorite songs on Apple Music can be frustrating, but thankfully there are various methods available to recover your deleted songs. Try checking your Recently Deleted playlist, restoring from an iCloud backup, or using a third-party data recovery tool to recover your songs. Remember to backup your data regularly to avoid losing any important songs in the future.