You can stream music and create personalized radio stations on your Xbox 360 console using the Last.fm app.
To use the Last.fm app, you need:
Set up Last.fm
Note If your account is an Xbox Live child account, you’ll be prompted for the Microsoft account and password of the linked adult account. This step is required to confirm parental consent.
On the Last.fm Settings screen, you can turn on automatic login.
Automatically log in: Select this option if you want to automatically log in to your Last.fm account when you start the Last.fm app.
Note If this option is set to No for an Xbox Live child account, the Microsoft account and password of the parent will be required every time the child logs in to the Last.fm app.
Xbox Live child account
Xbox Live determines whether an account is a child account or an adult account based on the age of the account owner. Account owners who are younger than 18 are given child accounts in the United States. The legal adult age varies by country and region (for example, the adult age in Korea is 20).
Note If the audio quality is unsatisfactory, see Improve Xbox Live performance.
Use the following steps if you decide that you want to remove your child’s automatic log in setting.
Last.fm and Microsoft provide support for Last.fm on Xbox Live. The following information summarizes the areas of support covered by each company.
Contact Last.fm Support for questions about your Last.fm account, billing, service use, and availability.
For questions about using the Last.fm app or your Xbox Live account, contact Xbox Support using the Assistance information at the bottom of this page.
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