The use of a headset, and branded headphones in particular, is a common occurrence for those who listen to streaming music, especially on iPhones. But playback on headphones has its own nuances.
If you’re having issues with the feature from time to time but don’t want to turn it off, you can choose to keep automatic switching and manually switch your AirPods to the correct device when an error occurs. To do this, simply click the “Restore Headset Connection” button – it’s the icon with the arrow – when the “Moved to” warning appears.
To turn off headphone playback, iPhone owners will need to follow a few simple steps:
- You need to open the Apple Music app and log into your account.
- While playing a musical composition, click on the mini-player icon that you will see at the bottom of the screen.
- Click the Continue icon.
- When the auto play function is activated, you will see the playlist.
- Tap the AutoPlay icon to disable this feature.
- Confirm your decision.
That’s all, the auto-play function in the headphones is disabled. If the above steps didn’t help, then it means that your music streaming app is not working properly. Try restarting your device, this simple action is usually very effective.
If restarting the device does not help, then contact the technical support of the music streaming service and clearly state your question.
You can also take the drastic approach and simply delete the music app itself and then download it again. You only need to remember the login and password, which will be required the next time you log into your account in an already reinstalled music application.