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Xbox Music has integrated with OneDrive

Posted on March 18, 2015 by Tyler Nienburg

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Xbox Music has integrated with OneDrive to allow access to your entire personal music collection from your Xbox Music application for free. any music files that you upload to your new “Music” folder in OneDrive will start to show up in your collection on and in the Xbox Music apps for Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1, Xbox 360, and Xbox One – no Music Pass required!  If you do have a Xbox Music Pass, you even get an extra 100GB of storage on your OneDrive!

Here are some steps to follow:

Step 1: Open your OneDrive Music folder from the web or via the OneDrive app.

Step 2: Upload your favorite MP3s from your hard drive to the OneDrive Music folder.

Step 3: Sign into the Xbox Music application on your PC, Windows Phone, Xbox or the web with the same Microsoft Account you used in OneDrive. Your OneDrive music files will now be listed as songs in your collection, free to play wherever you go.

Also, you don’t need an Xbox Music pass to play your music on OneDrive. It is FREE! 

Following devices to play it on:

  • Windows 8.1 computer or tablet
  • Windows Phone 8.1 (using the Music app)
  • Xbox One or Xbox 360 console
  • Through a web browser on the Xbox Music website

Follow those steps and go rock out and game on Xbox One!



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