Note As of 15 November 2015, the Zune service has been discontinued. This may cause errors when attempting to stream or download content or update the service. For more information, see the Zune retirement FAQ.
You can associate up to four devices with your Xbox Music Pass. These devices can include:
After you associate a device with your Xbox Music Pass, you can download and sync content to that device. You can also stream music content from Xbox Music to tablets or computers running Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.
You can stream music to your Xbox One or Xbox 360 console; however, you can’t download music to those consoles. For example, you can download music to your Windows 8.1 computer and sync that music to your Windows Phone 8. Then, because your music is stored online, you can stream it to your Xbox console.
After you download or sync music from your Xbox Music Pass to a computer or other device, that computer or device will be associated with your Xbox Music Pass for at least 30 days.
You can change one computer or device associated with your Xbox Music Pass every 30 days.
To remove a computer or device from your Xbox Music Pass
Open your account. (See View the devices associated with your Xbox Music Pass.) Then, click Remove next to the name of the computer or device.
To add a Windows 8.1 or Windows RT 8.1 PC or tablet to your Xbox Music Pass
Download an Xbox Music Pass item from the Xbox Music Store to your computer. It will be added automatically.
To add a Windows Phone 8 to your Xbox Music Pass
Download an Xbox Music Pass item to your computer, and then sync that item with your Windows Phone 8. Your Windows Phone 8 will be added automatically to your Xbox Music Pass.
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