1. Gatanui's Avatar
    So after today's OneDrive announcement I decided to give the OneDrive music syncing feature a go after all. The thing is, the music I add on OneDrive just won't appear on the Windows 10 Mobile app whatever I do. It does appear both on the web player and on the desktop version, though. Any ideas?

    EDIT: After seeing the album art of new albums I added to OneDrive blink hysterically on my phone after syncing it occurred to me that music that is already offline on the device is most likely simply not showing additionally under the "streaming" tab because the app recognizes that it's already offline. Right now I don't have any new music to confirm my theory but I think it sounds plausible. So this can probably be considered solved after all.
    Last edited by Gatanui; 12-11-2015 at 01:46 PM. Reason: Possibly solved
    12-11-2015 01:25 PM
  2. 920Walker's Avatar
    Yes, offline music also available online will show in offline or all, but not in streaming. Any new music added to OneDrive should show being added to Groove if you leave it open for a few minutes, as shown in a bar at the top of the screen with new song quantity.
    12-11-2015 02:02 PM
  3. Gatanui's Avatar
    Alright, thanks for the confirmation.
    12-11-2015 03:18 PM

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