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  1. Erik Walther's Avatar
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    I am using a Windows 8 PC, and I have a Lumia 920. Any and all music that I download using the Xbox music app that is subscription music will not play on my phone. I can sync it to my phone fine, but whenever I try to play one of these songs on my phone, I get this message, "We are unable to confirm the media usage rights for this content." I was literally just told this by a windows phone chat "specialist."

    "This is actually a known issue, and unfortunately, syncing subscription content from the PC to the Windows Phone 8 is not an available option at this time." He then went on to say, "It is a beta, there is no guarantee that it will change, however we are aware of the issue, and working toward a resolution."

    Seriously? Tell me again why ditching Zune was a good option? Literally the only way I can get subscription music on my phone is to manually download each song or album directly using my phone.

    I hope this helps other WP8 users out there.
  2. Quin 2013's Avatar
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    That's not the only issue, you can't transfer music albums correctly either.

    They need to bring Zune back to us!
  3. Quin 2013's Avatar
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    Go vote on this page to get Zune sync etc back:http://windowsphone.uservoice.com/fo...dia-sync-in-wp
  4. fardream's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Walther View Post
    I am using a Windows 8 PC, and I have a Lumia 920. Any and all music that I download using the Xbox music app that is subscription music will not play on my phone. I can sync it to my phone fine, but whenever I try to play one of these songs on my phone, I get this message, "We are unable to confirm the media usage rights for this content." I was literally just told this by a windows phone chat "specialist."

    "This is actually a known issue, and unfortunately, syncing subscription content from the PC to the Windows Phone 8 is not an available option at this time." He then went on to say, "It is a beta, there is no guarantee that it will change, however we are aware of the issue, and working toward a resolution."

    Seriously? Tell me again why ditching Zune was a good option? Literally the only way I can get subscription music on my phone is to manually download each song or album directly using my phone.

    I hope this helps other WP8 users out there.
    If you are using windows 8, you may add music to your cloud collection, which will show up on your phone. Then you can download the music on your phone or just stream them. Note only windows 8 music app has the ability to edit Xbox music cloud collection.

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