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Windows Phone 8 : Playing Music Through the Phone (part 5) - Sharing Music, Playing Music Using Smart DJ, Accessing Playlists

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Sharing Music

Occasionally, you might play a song that you want to recommend to a friend. If this happens, you can easily send a copy of the song by following these steps:

1. From the song’s play screen, tap the menu icon.

2. Tap the Share option.

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3. Choose the mechanism you want to use to share the song. You can share the song through e-mail or through Tap+Send. If you choose to use Tap+Send, NFS must be enabled on your phone and on the recipient’s phone.

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Playing Music Using Smart DJ

Windows Phone 8 devices include a Smart DJ feature that automatically plays a music mix based on the contents of your collection. The device provides one-touch access to the Smart DJ feature. To use it, simply go to the Artist screen and complete these steps:

1. Tap a favorite artist.

2. Tap the Smart DJ icon. The Smart DJ then plays tracks from similar artists.

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Why Is Smart DJ Grayed Out?

The Smart DJ option is only available if you have enough music available for it to work. Unless you have a sufficient amount of music stored on your phone (or a Music Pass subscription) the option is grayed out.



>>>Go Further: Save as Playlist

If you like the Smart DJ mix, you can save it as a playlist that you can then play again. From the Smart DJ mix screen, tap the menu icon and choose Save as Playlist. Your phone asks you to give it a name. The playlist then is saved for you to return to whenever you like.


Accessing Playlists

You can play any playlists you’ve created by going to the Music+Videos hub, tapping Music, and following these steps:

1. Flick the screen to the Playlists page.

2. Tap the Play icon next to the playlist you want to play. To see the contents of the playlist, tap the list name.

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