Apple Music library not showing in Sonos

  • 13 January 2021
  • 7 replies


for some reason I am now unable to see my Apple Music libraries including playlists in Sonos. Has there been any changes that has stopped this? 

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Hi @ManchesterMaster88.

Thanks for your response.

Please try the following steps and see if that helps:

  • Ensure that all updates available to your device have been performed.
  • In the Apple Music app, tap the profile icon and ensure to sign in with the same Apple ID and password that you use for your Apple Music membership. 
  • Go to device Settings > Music, and turn on iCloud Music Library.
  • If you already have music on your device, you'll be asked if you want to Merge or Replace the music. Choose Merge to add the songs currently on your device to your library. If you select Replace, the music on your device is replaced with your Apple Music library.

Let us know how that goes.

Im getting the same issue.

I’ve restarted the whole system, removed Apple Music and added it again, but still getting the error: ‘We’ve run into a Problem. Try again’. Nothing works. 

I’ve submitted diagnostics with code: 2078167588


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Hi there @Pmwalker.

Thanks for reaching out and welcome to the community! We’d be glad to help.

To better understand, can you verify what device you are using and when was the last time you were able to see/play your Apple Music library within Sonos?

Are you getting any error message(s) when trying to access the library?


To check some data from your system, please send in a diagnostic report through the Sonos app and reply with the confirmation number. I'd start by reviewing your system and see if there’s anything causing this issue.


If you have any questions,  feel free to reach out.

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Hi @ManchesterMaster88.

Thanks for reaching out, we’d be glad to help.

Upon checking the diagnostic report, a low wireless signal strength condition between one or more Sonos components and the components associated with Access Point / Router has been detected. This low signal strength could be a result of too much distance or the presence of high interfering material between the Sonos product and the router.

  • I see that your iOS controller is connected to 5Ghz, can you try to at least for now, connect to the 2.4Ghz band of the router.
  • You may also check this article that will help you reduce wireless interference around your Sonos products.
  • Test and see if it improves.


If the above advice was followed and the issue persists, please submit a new diagnostic report, and reply with the confirmation number so I can review your system further and see if there’s anything else causing this issue.


Let us know how that goes.

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Hi @ManchesterMaster88.

Thanks for your response and effort in submitting the diagnostic.

May I know when was the last time that you’re able to access Apple Music Library and can you please tell us how you’re doing it?


Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Hi @Annazel S 
Im not sure when it last worked, probably a month or so ago perhaps? 
I access it by going to: the Muisc button on the bottom, then clicking on Apple Music, then the bottom option which is ‘my music’. When I go on there it just says there has been a problem, try again. It’s does this every time I go to that option.

Thank you 

Hi Annazel, 

Thanks for looking into that for me.

I’ve tried all the advice you gave, but still no difference unfortunately and I can still not access the Apple Music Library.

I’ve submitted another diagnostic report and number as follows: 825771028