If your i Phone is frozen, hung or have any problem in restarting, try the free way to reboot your i Phone. This actually help lots of users solve the tracks not syncing after i OS device updating to i OS 7. The sync could go for a toss when your device gets locked with a passcode.It seems no sense but a user posted his experience of successful fixing music not syncing after i Phone i OS 7 update and many followers also solve this problem. You can go to Music on i Tunes, make sure the option "Sync Music" is unchecked - all options will be grayed out, and click "Apply". When you are syncing i Tunes music to your i Phone, i Pod or i Pod, change your device's auto-lock on Settings sync with i Tunes and your music should appear on your device now.• Fix & optimize songs’ incomplete ID3 information, album cover to i Phone directly. This software will scan your i Pod soon and show it in the primary window. How to sync i Pod files to i Tunes By clicking Media, you can sync music, movies, podcast, i Tunes U, audiobook and music video to your i Tunes.• Automatically convert i OS-unsupported music formats to compatible ones • Intelligently export exclusive files to i Tunes and automatically filter the duplicate files. Select the files which you want to add to your i Tunes.
• Transfer photo, music, video, contact, message and more between apple devices and PC/Mac without i Tunes • Transfer daten between i OS devices directly • Manage your i OS devices without i Tunes easily. • Create GIF from images or videos • Fully compatible with i OS 11 Let's just take the Windows version as a try, when the Mac version works in a similar way. Use a USB cable to connect your i Pod to the computer.Some users reported that they have successfully solved the i Tunes not syncing music to i Phone issue with a soft reset on i Phone.In fact, a soft reset is fixing many problems associated with the i OS 7 update. Rebooting i Phone will help to settle down some issues on i Phone and reinstalling i Tunes (nofollow) can also fix some i Tunes error.It is treating the matter seriously but it may be some time before a true fix is distributed to users, as the company is yet to pinpoint the problem internally.For now, the best course of action (as always with technology) is to ensure you have complete, recent, data backups of your music library.It also means that the exact cause of the bug is still unknown, although it appears to be a problem with the i Tunes desktop app misbehaving rather than the Apple Music streaming service.