Are you annoyed at playing Apple Music automatically as soon as you get in the car? In this article, we will show you several solutions to stop Apple Music from auto playing in the car, and transfer Apple Music to USB drive for playing in the car with TunesBank Apple Music Converter.
“When I getting in my car, the Apple Music will automatically playing songs. It’s very annoying, is there any way to stop Apple Music from automatically playing in the car?”
The car Bluetooth system is a very convenient invention. For example, when you are driving, you don’t have to pick up your phone to make or receive calls, which is much safer. However, the default settings of the car Bluetooth will play Apple Music automatically, and sometimes it will shock you or embarrass you when someone is in your car. Unluckily, there is no a direct way to stop Apple Music auto playing songs via Bluetooth. Every cloud has a silver lining, today we are going to introduce you 10 ways stop auto playing Apple Music in the car, and show you an easiest way to play Apple Music in the car.
Way 1. Disable Auto-Play Settings in the Car
Some car brands and models may allow you to debug the Bluetooth connection in the car audio system. You can turn off the auto playing music function to stop Apple Music from automatically playing in the car. However, it is not suitable for all cars, because not every cars provides this function.
Way 2. Turn Off the Car Stereo Volume
If you can’t disable the auto-playing music function in the car Bluetooth settings, you can turn off the volume of the Bluetooth connection to stop Apple Music from auto playing in the car. But if you need to use Bluetooth to make and receive calls, it will cause you troubles.
Way 3. Shut Down the Apple CarPlay
If you are using Apple CarPlay on iPhone, you can check and shut it down. Before you get into the car, you can turn off CarPlay in ‘Settings’ on your phone. The detailed steps you can follow the picture below. Then you can stop Apple Music from automatically playing in the car.
Way 4. Quit the Apple Music App
Check if Apple Music is running in your background application, if so, it will automatically play when connected to Bluetooth. You can double-hit the ‘Home’ button to close Apple Music App, so you can stop auto playing Apple Music in the car.
Way 5. Delete the Apple Music App
If quitting the Apple Music App doesn’t work, you can also delete the App to stop Apple Music auto playing songs. Long press the ‘Apple Music’ icon, tap the “-” icon, verify to remove the application from your Phone. By doing this, you can not play Apple Music songs on your phone any more. It is not advisable to use this way.
Way 6. Name a Silent Song as ‘AAAAA’
Finding a unvoiced song, such as John Cage’s 4’33” and rename it as ‘AAAAA’. According to alphabetical order, it will be the first song to play when you getting in the car. But the song always come to an end, it will automatically play another song after that. This is not a great way to stop Apple Music from auto playing in the car.
Way 7. Turn Off Bluetooth Connection
There is a direct way to stop Apple Music from automatically playing in the car, just turn off the Bluetooth connection on your phone. But this action will prevent you from using other Bluetooth connectivity features, such as making and receiving calls. So this is not a good solution.
Way 8. Command Siri to Stop Music
Siri is a great voice assistant. You can send commands to it, such as text messages, open Apps, or saying ‘stop playing music’. But when there are other passengers in your car, this can be a bit awkward.
Way 9. Shut Off Cellular Data
If you are streaming Apple Music online, you can shut off cellular data to stop Apple Music auto playing songs. But once you turn it off, you will not be able to receive any information with net connection. It will brings a lot of troubles.
Way 10. Send Feedback to Apple Inc.
You can report this problem to Apple Inc. if they can set the switch accordingly to stop Apple Music auto playing songs, the problem is solved.
In the previous part, we introduced 10 solutions to stop Apple Music from auto playing in the car, but they all have some flaws. Here we are going to show you another way to play Apple Music in the car without connecting Bluetooth, you can transfer Apple Music to USB drive to play in the car. In this way you can enjoy Apple Music as you like.
However, you can not transfer Apple Music to USB flash drive directly because all Apple Music tracks are in DRM encryption which prevent users from transferring and copying them to other devices that are not authorized by Apple. But don’t worry, you can use an excellent DRM removal tool – TunesBank Apple Music Converter.
TunesBank Apple Music Converter is a professional DRM removal and Apple Music to common formats converter. It can not only help you delete the DRM encryption from Apple Music, and convert Apple Music songs to MP3, M4A, AAC, FLAC, AC3, AU or AIFF format which are supported by the majority of players and devices. After converting, you can keep Apple Music songs playable after canceling subscription, and enjoy them anytime, anywhere without any restrictions. Unlike other converters on the market, they are just recording Apple Music as 1:1 speed.
By using TunesBank, you are supported batch converting Apple Music at up to 10X conversion speed with original sound quality and all ID3 tags preserved, including title, artist, album, etc. In this way, you do not have to annoyed about how to stop Apple Music from auto playing in the car, you can directly play Apple Music in the car via USB stick, or burn converted Apple Music songs to CD to listening in the car.
Highlights of TunesBank Apple Music Converter:
- Unlock DRM protection from Apple Music, iTunes music, audiobooks.
- Convert Apple Music to MP3, M4A, FLAC, AAC, etc. with original quality.
- Remain the ID3 tags & metadata info like title, album, artist, copyright, etc.
- Run up to 10X faster speed and support batch converting effortlessly.
- Get unprotected Apple Music songs to enjoy on any devices and players.
- Keep Apple Music songs as local files forever even canceling the subscription.
- Transfer Apple Music to USB drive, burn Apple Music to CD to play in the car.
Guide on Convert Apple Music to MP3 & Transfer to USB Drive
Step 1. Launch TunesBank Apple Music Converter
After downloading and installing, launch TunesBank Converter on your computer. The iTunes will be opened automatically, the Apple Music songs will be loaded into the converter.
Step 2. Choose Apple Music Songs to Convert
Press on “playlist” to view all tracks in the playlist, then tick the checkbox to select the songs you want to convert. Or use the “Search Box” option to locate the songs easily.
Step 3. Set MP3 as Output Format
At the bottom of the interface of TunesBank, click “Output Format” to choose MP3. Because MP3 is highly compatible with USB drive, and have small file size. You can also adjust the Output Quality, Bitrate, Sample rate, Channels, etc. according to your needs.
Step 4. Convert Apple Music to MP3 for Transferring to USB
Click “Convert” button to start converting Apple Music to MP3.
Step 5. Transfer Apple Music to USB for Playing in the Car
Now you get the converted Apple Music tracks in your local drive. Connect the USB stick with your computer, send the converted Apple Music songs to the USB drive’s folder. Lastly, plug USB into your car audio system port, then you can play Apple Music in the car without restrictions.
Once you enter your car, your Apple music will automatically play, which is an annoying thing. Today we introduced 10 common ways to help you stop Apple Music from auto playing in the car, but they are have shortcomings. TunesBank Apple Music Converter helps you unlock the Apple Music DRM protection and convert Apple Music to MP3 and other common formats. In this way, you can use USB stick to play Apple music without external interference.