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Did you back up your old iPhone to laptop or computer, if you do that you can just login to your iCloud account (assuming you have one) there should be a window that pops up saying "restore backup" or something similar to that, just tap yes and you should have your data restored.
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If we're talking about the Apple Music app i think something is wrong with your iOS. I'd suggest a reinstall of the iPhone.
If it's some third party app contact it's creator wo possibly forgot to notify iOS that the app wants to continue playing audio when screen is off. iOS stops every app without requirement for background computing time when going to sleep to save energy.
Hello Try to check with Apple store for the problem they will give you there support. And see the setting of you phone too if it say anything about app security. i am android user but in android is say if i want to install app i need to unlock app security. please rate my comment
This error can be caused by a few different things, including faulty third party software. Have you downloaded any apps lately?
Make sure you have BlackBerry Desktop Manager installed on your computer, then unplug the battery from your BB and make sure that it is not connected to the computer. Start App Loader, then plug the USB cable into your phone. Once the phone lights up, wait to see if it starts up and if the PIN appears on your computer (in App Loader). At that point, plug in your battery. The software should load, and you can remove the third party app. If you don't think it's an app causing the problem, you can try using the repair option in the Desktop Manager. Let me know how it goes.
your phone is an android phone correct? you can download google voice and set it to handle your txting other apps will do the same or close to it many dont even use your txts up at the end of the month by sending over the internet. if you cant find something well then first try going into messaging app and press your options button next to the home key under your display and select delete threads yes you will loose all your txt history but you can find an app to back them up to your sd card. also try going into the settings under applications manage apps and maybe delete some of your larger apps to free up space, android needs a minimum of 25 mb to run properly. you can under the same list delete the cash of many apps to free up (less) space. if all else fails go back into settings found in the app drawer and do a factory reset under the privacy settings this will mean your phone will be the same way as the day you got it but dont stress after you log into gmail your phone will start to sync your phone book and now a even your apps if you tell it to in the app store after login. your phone should txt just fine after goodluck