The iCloud functionality is a very integral part of the iPhone functionality now because it presents the opportunity to save stuff outside the memory capacity of your iPhone, especially when iCloud almost full.
One of the iCloud functionality comes in handy in using Apple Music when you get the error “iCloud Music Library Cannot be Enabled. You can enable it later from Music in Setting. Until then, your music won’t be available on your other devices." This could be an issue with Apple’s server.
Fortunately, we have found the solutions and will share you here. Follow below to fix “iCloud Music Library won’t turn on”.
3 Simple Steps to Fix "iCloud Music library Can’t be Enabled" iOS 10/11
Step 1: Click on Setting from your home screen > Go to iCloud > Navigate to your iCloud account and input your password.
Step 2: Re-enter Setting and click on Music > Click to turn on iCloud Music Library.
Step 3: Tap Replace or Merge your library and that would be all.
Please also check whether you have enough free iCloud space to store the music or not.
How to Share Music if iCloud Music Library Can't be Enabled
Apple iPhones do not let you share or receive music easily as Android or Window phones do via Bluetooth and third-party apps, and with the iCloud Music library disabled it can be a real chore. However, it shouldn’t be too much of a problem anymore with the iMyFone TunesMate, an iPhone music transfer which allows you to perform all the exclusive iPhone chores easily.
- Share iTunes/Apple music with unlimited iOS 11/10/9/8 devices. No music will be lost on any device.
- No need of network when other devices access the shared music.
- One iPhone can be synced to different iTunes libraries without erasing.
- Transfer music/video/playlists to iPhone from computer/iTunes/external hard drive.
- Back up iPhone/iTunes music and restore backups anytime.
How to Share Music with Sharing music with other iPhones
Step 1: Connect your iPhone which has music to share to PC and initialize the iMyFone TunesMate software.
Step 2: Navigate to Music tab at the top. Select the songs that you want to share.
Step 3: Click on “Export > Export to PC.” (You can also choose “Export to iTunes”.) Select a location to store the exported music.
Step 4: You can disconnect the iPhone and connect other devices to PC.
Step 5: When recognized, go to “Music” tab again. Click on “Add > Add Folder” and select the exported music. Then the exported music from the first iPhone will be transferred to this device. (If you choose “Export to iTunes” just now, go to “Transfer iTunes Media to iDevice” directly.)
The simple interface of the iMyFone TuesMate makes it super quick and easy to transfer music between your iOS 10/11 devices and a bunch of other music beneficial operations.