Anyone else figure this out / had this issue / have advice? Thanks!
Stock GNex on Verizon.
I have the same message starting today, but only for certain songs on my Galaxy Nexus.
I'm at 3.000 on song limit so I don't think that's it. Streaming on PC and other phone (Nexus S) is fine.
I am in Canada, which doesn't officially have Music yet, but then the streaming is working fine on devices so I don't think that's the issue.
I think I've fixed it. Let's put it this way: I know that at least 2 of the songs that had disappeared (i.e. gave the "Music temporarily unavailable." error) are available now. I followed the instructions I saw for people having problems with the Play store after a recent update on the androidcentral forums. I tried to give that link, but as a noob on XDA I'm not allowed. Search for: "Problem since 4.1.2 update" android central, if you want to see my source...
I followed the same steps there, but instead of doing it for the Play store I did it for Google Play Music.
I did the following:
1. Make sure you're signed into Talk. (not sure if this one is actually required, but I did do it).
2. Go to setting>apps>all>Google Play Music
3. Clear data (note that this means that all your locally stored music and playlists will disappear).
4. Uninstall updates
5. Go back to the list of All Apps and click on Google account manager,
6. Clear data
7. Force stop.
8. Power off and leave it off for a minute or two (I removed my battery to be extra sure) then re-boot
After your phone restarts you will notice that Google Music Player will update (if you had automatic updates allowed in the Play Store for it).
9. Open Google Play Music and let it sync with the servers.
After a couple of minutes all the music from your locker should be visible.
Again, I have tested it for 2 missing songs only. So far so good.
I will post later if I find anything else.
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