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I didn't have to use the pc app to
link Sonos with my Apple Music subscription which essentially is
my Apple ID. I did it right within the app on my phone.
On 4/5/2020 8:39 AM, george b wrote:
You need to link your apple I d to your sonos and it needs to be done from
the p c or mac desktop app
hear what you say but I am sure there was an item in Sonos
on my iPhone 7 which said something like “music on this
iPhone”. I do not know what is the use of the sonos app if
I can only stream radio stations and music from my pc.
Maybe I am just stupid but the sonos support people make
it so difficult to ask for support that it is not worth
while all the trouble. A shame for a company with such
excellent but expensive products.
I don't think you can. You can
use airplay to play that which is on your phone through
Sonos but I don't think you can get music resident on your
phone to show up within the Sonos app. If I'm incorrect
I'm sure others will chime in but this is the only way
I've known it to be. o you're correct you can add the
library you might have on a pc or networked drive as long
as it's powered on it can be accessed but I do not believe
the same holds true for the phone.
Take good care.
On 4/4/2020 6:39 AM, Fanus
I loaded lots of music on my new iPhone 11. Now I installed the Sonos app
and it piciked up my sonos system but it just shows radio stations but no
music on my phone. In system settings there is an option to add folders but
one has to type a name, so I assume that is for folders on a pc which runs
sonos. How do I get sonos to see the music on my iPhone?