How to Fix iTunes Music Won’t Download to iPhone SE

“Help! Recently I bought a new iPhone SE. But all of a sudden, iTunes won’t let me download music to my iPhone SE. I have no idea about it. Is there anything with my iPhone or is it something wrong with iTunes? I have never met this problem before. Before this problem, everything is always okay and I have transferred lots of music to my new iPhone SE. If anybody knows, please tell me, thanks.”

Apple iPhone SE is the most powerful 4-inch smart phone ever made. As a cheap iPhone in the market, this mobile phone seems to be a success, based on the sale numbers. This shows us that there are still lots of users choose to use iPhone SE. On the other side, iTunes is a music application and we can use it to listen to songs. Sometimes we even want to transfer fair-sounding music to iPhone SE. However, we are not always so lucky to do that, sometimes the iTunes music won’t download to iPhone SE so we have to figure out solutions to solve it.


Solution 1: Check if the iTunes Music Path is Correct

If iTunes music won’t transfer music to iPhone SE, you can check whether the iTunes song location is right or not. At times, if you put the song to another library, iTunes won’t locate it. So you need to check if the folder location is correct.

Solution 2: Update iTunes to Latest Version

From time to time, iTunes version may lead to iTunes can’t download music to iPhone SE, consequently, you need to update your iTunes to the newest version and then try to download music to iPhone SE.

For Windows: Go to Help -> Check for Updates

For Mac: Go to iTunes ->> Check for Updates

Solution 3: Transfer iTunes Music to iPhone SE with iCareFone

Tenorshare iCareFone is a must-have program for all iPhone, iPad and iPod users. It is able to manage all the files and optimize your iOS device. It has Windows and Mac version. It contains 5 main functions, which are Files Manager, Speedup &Clean, Backup &Restore, Ads Remove and Repair Operating System. Each part has the sub functions.

You can see how to use it to transfer iTunes music to iPhone SE as below:

Step 1: Download Tenorshare iCareFone Windows /iCareFone Mac from official website and then install it to your computer. After the installing, launch it and open this software.

Step 2: Then you can see 5 parts in the main user interface. Since you want to transfer music to iPhone, you need to choose the first function, File manager.

Step 3: Then you can click the “Music” to select one type of files to start.

Step 4: After that, click Add button to transfer music to iPhone SE.

Well, that’s all about how to fix issue about iTunes music won’t download to iPhone SE with the above methods. You can take it easy and then take one of the measures to solve your problem.

How to Recover Lost iPhone Contacts after iOS 10 Update

“Hi, Can someone help me please. I updated my iPhone 6s to iOS 10 last night and I lost all my contacts !!! Is there anything I can do to recover? Thank you in advance.”

If you find that your contacts have disappeared from your iPhone after updating to iOS 10? In fact, it is one of the most common problems you may encounter in every iOS update. In this post we will tell you some basic tips that you could have a try to recover the contacts you have lost after iOS 10 upgrade.

4 tips for the missing contacts on iPhone with iOS 10


1. Check if your contacts are stored on iCloud by logging on the website If all your contacts are there, try the tips below:

Unlock your iPhone, go to Settings> iCloud, check if the account that you connect is correct, and make sure you enable the “Contacts”.

If the option is enabled and you are connected with the correct account, you can try to enable the “Contact” again by the button go from gray to green. If it asks you to delete contacts on iPhone, laissez faire, it is because you backed up your contacts to iCloud.

2. Start or restart Forced be useful

You can try restarting your iPhone, or force a restart by pressing the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button, and hold down this button for at least 10 seconds until the Apple logo appears. This is useful for some users to recover missing contacts from iPhone after updating to iOS 10.

3. Restore your iPhone with iTunes/iCloud backup

Before restoring, you’d better make sure all your contacts are stored on the backup. If so, restore it. Or just extract the contacts from backup without deleting the content and settings on your iPhone.

4. Use a third party software to find lost contacts after iOS 10 upgrade

Sometimes, no backup available to recover your lost iPhone contacts after iOS 10 update, you can try an iPhone Data Recovery Software from Tenorshare. After downloading and installing this software, and connect your iPhone to the computer, you can easily use it to scan and recover deleted or lost contacts on your iPhone after iOS 10 upgrade.

How to Clear Search History on iPhone 6s Plus

Your iPhone stores a lot of data about what you do. Usually this is used to make things easier for you, such as tracking down a website you’ve visited or finding a call you missed. If you’re worried about someone seeing something they shouldn’t, you can clear the history for the various services on your iPhone, or erase everything completely. There are many reasons as to why you want to delete your search history. No matter what reason you choose, here’s how to clear search history on iPhone 6s Plus.

Thankfully, Apple has made it relatively easy to delete your iPhone 6s Plus browser history and Google search history in Safari.
Note: Apple has made it very easy to open mobile Safari on iPhone 6s Plus in Incognito Mode, or private browsing mode. In Incognito Mode, no websites from your browsing session are saved in your Safari history nor are your Google searches.
how to clear search history on iphone 6s plus
To open up Incognito Mode, either 3D Touch click Safari open on your home screen, or if you don’t have an iPhone 6s Plus, open up Safari and then click on the tabs button located on the far right of the screen. You’ll notice a small button on left side of the screen labeled private: Click this to enable Incognito Mode.
However, if you’re just looking to delete your pre-existing iPhone 6s Plus browser history and Google search history in Safari, what you’ll first want to do is open up Safari. Then, tap the Bookmarks button, which is the button that looks like a book in the Safari menu bar. Navigate back toward the main menu by hitting the < _______ button in the top left. The button will be named whatever folder you are currently in.

Once you’ve reached the main Bookmark menu, you’ll notice that there’s a history menu option. It should have a clock icon and be the second option down. When you click on this, a button titled clear should pop up in the bottom right of the screen. Hit this to delete your iPhone 6s Plus browser history.
This should also delete your Google search history from Safari at the same time.
Alternatively, to delete your delete your iPhone 6s Plus browser history in Safari, you could go to Settings -> Safari -> Clear History and Website Data. This should also delete your iPhone 6s Plus browser history and Google search history in Safari.

I highly recommend an all-in-one iOS cleanup and tuneup utility: Tenorshare iPhone Care Pro, with which you can thoroughly delete Safari cookies on iPhone.



How to fix iPhone SE/6s/6 Won’t Turn on

There are some iPhone users complained that their iPhone SE/6s/s won’t turn on! In these cases, do not panic, just keep calm and to implement these tips presented below. Troubleshooting solutions of iPhone SE/6s/6 won’t turn on:

Charge iPhone SE/6s/6 for a while

Connect your iPhone to the USB charger and plug it into a wall outlet for at least 15 minutes. You can also connect your iPhone via USB to a computer for at least 25 minutes. After that, try to turn your iPhone as you are used to.

If the iPhone battery is fully depleted or very low, you will see a screen like this (the empty battery and icons showing the need to connect a cable to the source):


If you see this screen after charging the iPhone, this means that the iPhone needs to charge more. In that cases, let your iPhone charge for at least 4 hours or overnight.

Forced Reboot

Sometimes your iPhone crashes and it won’t turn on. If the latest iOS versions (iOS 9.3) have corrected this, the error can occur at any time! In these cases, a forced Reboot will not harm your iPhone. To do this, hold down the home button and the power button. Hold for 10 to 15 seconds until the Apple logo appears.

Or you can try a free iPhone reboot toolTenorshare Reiboot to help you. With this tool, you can reboot your iPhone which won’t turn on with two clicks: ” Enter Recovery Mode” and ” Exit Recovery Mode”, then your iPhone will restart.

iPhone Still Won’t Turn on

If these two methods above do not solve your problem, then you are definitely in one of these cases:

  • The battery is worn out and no longer takes the load: it’s rare, but it happens. We need to change the battery.
  • The USB charger is not working properly or is faulty: Try another charger.
  • The iPhone is down or a component is broken: water damage, severe external damage, it happens to everyone! Just let it go.

How to Recover Disappeared Contacts from iPhone 6s

“My contacts disappeared from iPhone 6s after iOS 9.2 update. I can check all contacts are in my iCloud at, but not appear in my iPhone 6s. How can I get them back?”

As far as I know Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery is the most professional tool in the word to recover lost contacts, notes, photos, sms and more from iPhone 6s/6s Plus/6 Plus/6/5S/5C/5/4S . Even if you lost iPhone 6s contacts after iOS 9.2 upgrade or iOS 9.2 update failing, you can try the below 3 ways to retrieve lost iPhone 6s contacts after download Tenorshare iPhone Data Recovery to your computer.

contacts disappeared from iphone 6s

Way 1: Recover lost iPhone contacts directly from iPhone

If you have not backup files, you can try this way.
Connect your iPhone to your computer and start this iPhone data restore software to scan iPhone.
1. All data including both existing and deleted are displayed. Preview the contacts you want to back up or recover.
2. Click “Recover” to save to computer.

Way 2: Recover iPhone contacts from iTunes Backup

1. Select “Recover Data from iTunes Backup File”. You will see all youriTunes backup contacts.
2. Select your iPhone 6s backup contacts and click “Start Scan” to start iTunes backup extracting.
3. After scanning, you can preview all you lost data(contacts, notes, sms, photos, videos, and more). Select the lost contacts you need, click “Recover”. Then, save the recovered iPhone contacts.

Way 3: Recover iPhone contacts from iCloud backup

If your iPhone 6s became inaccessible after iOS 9.2 update failing, you can extract data from iCloud backup.
1. Select “Recover lost data from iCloud backup” and login iCloud account.
2. Select the backup contacts you need and click “Next”.
3. Preview and select you need and click “Recover” to save them on PC.

Hope one of the 3 ways above can help you recover disappeared contacts from iPhone 6s! And if you want to recover lost iPhone 6s contacts on mac, you can click this link !

Read more:

Why your iPhone contacts disappeared from 6s/6s Plus/6 Plus/6/5S/5C/5/4S?

1. Most people deleted contacts on iPhone by pressing wrong buttons.
2. Lost iPhone contacts after recovery-mode restore.
3. Update or downgrade to lower version could erase contacts from iPhone.
4 .Jailbreak failure or improper operations during jailbreak can cause contacts loss.
5. iPhone is inaccessible because of black screen, system error, locked screen (forgot password), or stuck in recovery mode, blue screen of death, etc.
6. iPhone is crashed, smashed, broken, water damaged, lost or stolen.


How to Reboot Jailbroken iPhone with Broken Power Button

“I’m in a pickle. The power button of my iPhone 6 is broken, which meaning it doesn’t work at all. But the jailbroken iPhone is locked up and crashed (just frozen while using a particular app), so I tried to reboot but I could not because the power button is broken.”

As we know, if the power button is broken on an iPhone, we still can use the iPhone normally with AssistiveTouch in most cases, although sometimes it is not convenient to use. But there are always exceptions such as the power button of iPhone is broken. With a broken power button, we can’t hard reset the iPhone to fix the crash issue. So is there any way to reboot the jailbroken iPhone with a broken power button?

Of course we can reboot a jailbroken iPhone without power button, but you need a third-party software to help you, such as Tenorshare Reiboot, which only has two button and you can enter or exit recovery mode on your iPhone with one click, and it does not need to use the power button, also work for the jailbroken iPhone. But most importantly, the software is completely free, you can also use it for other situations such as endless reboot loop or iPhone stuck in recovery mode.


Steps to reboot jailbroken iPhone with broken power button

Download and install Tenorshare Reiboot on your computer, if you are a Mac user, you can also download Reiboot for Mac on your Mac.

Step 1. Run Tenorshare Reiboot on your computer. Then connect the jailbroken iPhone to your computer via a USB cable. After the software detect your jailbroken iPhone, click on “Enter Recovery Mode” to get your jailbroken iPhone into recovery mode.

Step 2. After enter recovery mode, your iPhone will display iTunes logo and USB cable on the screen. Then click on “Exit Recovery Mode” to get your iPhone out of recovery mode. And jailbroken iPhone will restart to normal soon.

Only two button, you can reboot your iPhone whether the power button is broken or not.

How to Recover Photos from a Disabled iPhone 6

 “My iPhone 6 was recently disabled and it contained many my favorite photos. I never really had an urge to download them to my computer. Is there a way to recover my iPhone 6 lost photos on iTunes or anywhere on my computer? I synced the iPhone 6 many times with this iTunes.”

Don’t worry! iPhone 6 Data Recovery can easily save you out . It provides you with 3 different modes to help you recover photos from a disabled iPhone 6: Recover photos from iPhone 6 without backup; Recover iPhone 6 photos by extracting iTunes backup file and restore iPhone photos from iCloud backup. The following specific to everyone explain the three ways.

Way 1. Recover Photos from iPhone 6 without Backup

When you lost photos after mistakenly deletion, iPhone 6 crash, iOS upgrade and so on.
Step 1  Connect iPhone 6 to Computer. Download iPhone 6 Data Recovery on your computer and connect iPhone 6 to this computer via a USB cable.
Step 2  Start to scan iPhone 6 for the lost photos. It won’t take too long time.
Step 3 Preview and select lost files. After scanning, all the files on your iPhone 6 are listed, like contacts, photos, call history, SMS and so on including deleted and existed ones. Select the files you need to recover and click “Recover”.
Step 4  Recover iPhone 6 photos. Finally go to the last step. All you lost will come back quickly.

recover photos from a disabled iphone 6

Way 2. Recover iPhone 6 photos by Extracting iTunes Backup File

Those photos deleted from your iPhone 6 before you backup your device, as long as they are not overwritten.
Step 1 Click on the iTunes symbol on the program’s interface. Select your iPhone 6 backup files and click “Start Scan” to start iTunes backup extracting.
Step 2 Preview and recover lost photos. After a while, you can see all the data backed up .Select your target file type, and tick the files under this type. Then click “Recover”.
Step 3 Save recovered files.

recover lost photos from iphone 6

Way 3. Restore iPhone 6 photos from iCloud Backup

If your iPhone 6 lost and you have backed up your iPhone photos with iCloud, you can restore iPhone 6 photos from iCloud backup as well.
Step 1 Select iCoud recovery mode and log into iCloud. Click on the iCloud symbol to switch to “Recover Data from iCloud Backup File” the top menu.
Step 2  Scan iCloud backup. Select you backup file and click “Next” to download this backup file.
Step 3 Preview and recover files from iCloud backup. Then scanning process starts, and ends after a while. Select the files you need to recover and click “Recover” to save them on your computer.
 iPhone 6 lost photos
Hope the 3 ways above can give you help to recover lost photos from iPhone 6! And if you want to remove unnecessary data from iPhone, you can use Tenorshare iPhone Care Pro to help you!

How to Restore iPhone 6 Stuck in Recovery Mode

“How can I restore my iPhone 6 which is stuck in recovery mode after iOS 9.2 upgrade?”

“When I try to restore my iPhone 6 data form iTunes backup, but the device suddenly stuck in iTunes logo, somebody know how to restore data from an iPhone 6 stuck in recovery mode?”

To restore iPhone 6 stuck in recovery mode, you need to get your iPhone 6 out of recovery mode first, then try to restore the iPhone from iTunes, iCloud backup or directly restore the lost/deleted data from the device.

How to Fix iPhone 6 Stuck in Recovery Mode

How to get iPhone 6 out of recovery modeFor the situation mentioned above, a third-party tool is needed to exit recovery mode on your iPhone 6/6s, here a Tenorshare Reiboot which only has two button “Enter Recovery Mode” and “Exit Recovery Mode”, it means that with this free software, you can fix iPhone 6 stuck in recovery mode with one click.

After install Tenorshare Reiboot on your computer, launch the software and connect your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s to the computer, when the software recognize your iPhone, you can see a “Exit Recovery Mode” button on the right, simply click on this button and wait for about 20 seconds, then your iPhone 6 will be got out of recovery mode.

How to Restore iPhone 6 after Exit Recovery Mode

Restore iPhone 6 after Exit Recovery ModeAfter exit recovery mode, you can restore your iPhone 6 with three methods:

Method 1: Restore iPhone 6 data from iTunes backup. You still can restore iPhone 6 from iTunes backup. Only need to click on the ”Restore From Backup” button on the iTunes when connect your iPhone to the computer.

Method 2: Restore iPhone 6 data from iCloud backup. Tap “setting”>>”General”>>”reset”, then Select “Erase All Content and Settings”, after the restart, enter the iCloud account and password and tap”Restore from iCloud Backup”.

Method 3: Restore data directly from your iPhone 6/6 Plus. If you don’t have any backup on iTunes or iCloud, or you are afraid of stuck in recovery mode again(although it is easy to quit), you also can restore the lost or deleted data directly from iPhone 6 with an iPhone Data Recovery Software. Which can scan your iPhone 6 and recover the lost data selectively.

Now you have restored your iPhone 6 stuck in recovery mode, the methods is easy-to-use and completely for free, so if your iPhone 6 stuck in recovery mode(including stuck in white Apple logo, iTunes logo) and want to restore it, just have a try!

How to Fix iPhone not Charging When Plugged in?

“My iPhone 6 is not charging when plugged in to a wall socket. Also, when connected to power source the screen does not respond. Anyone else having such issues or know how this can be solved?”
iphone not charging when plugged in
There are 2 major reasons for this issue: iPhone is not charging properly, or you charge it in the correct way but something blocks the charging.

How to fix iPhone 6/6s/5/5s/4/4s not charging when plugged in?

Here are some given situations and the best solutions:

Make Sure You Use Apple-certified Accessories
You must make sure that you are using Apple-certified accessories and the right power source. When your battery is completely drained-out, you will see a black screen even after you have plugged your device with the power source. It will take at least 10 minutes for iPhone to show that it is being charged.

Accessory Not Certified Issue on iPhone
After plugging your iPhone to power source, if you get an alert that your Accessory is Not Certified, here is how to solve it.
1.    Check out the connector which is at the bottom of your device. Clean it properly. Once it is completely cleaned, connect the USB cable again.
2.    If you still find the alert that your accessory or device is not certified, try a different USB cable or charger.

If Your iPhone is Not Charging
1.    If you find that your iPhone battery is not charging, unplug it and try these steps given below:
2.    Check out the connector at the bottom of your iPhone. Make sure it is cleaned.
3.    If using a USB power adapter, you must ensure it is perfectly plugged in and power outlet is working properly. If you are trying to connect your iPhone to any laptop or computer, you must ensure it is on and can charge your iPhone. You might require a USB power adapter and plug it into a power outlet if you want to charge your iPhone.
4.    For a change, give a try to different USB cable, power adapter or port.
5.    Connect your iPhone to power again and wait for up to 30 minutes.

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