Listen to music by streaming from the Xbox Music Store to your Xbox One console. With an Xbox Music Pass, you can access thousands of songs through your console. Here's how:
Can I use OneDrive to store my music and play it on my Windows 8.1 PC, Xbox One, or Xbox 360?
Yes! For more information see OneDrive Music FAQ and troubleshooting information
What do I need to play music on my Xbox One console?
You need an Xbox Music Pass to play music on your console. But even if you don't have an Xbox Music Pass, you can still explore Xbox Music.
Can I use my Xbox Music Pass with multiple accounts?
No. An Xbox Music Pass can be associated with only one Xbox Live account or gamertag.
How can I cancel my Music Pass?
You can cancel your Xbox Music Pass at any time. To find out how to do so, see Cancel your Xbox Music Pass.
How do I manage my Xbox Music account?
You can manage your Xbox Music account by selecting Subscriptions in the Settings app on your Xbox One console. You can also manage it with the Xbox Music app for Windows 8 or My Account on Xbox.com.
Xbox Live service is not available
If you see "Xbox Live service is not available" when trying to access Xbox Music from your Xbox One console, try the following:
Solution 1: Check the Xbox Live service status.
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