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I was downloading an app that was unrelated to music, and saw this dialog:


I did not realize this was part of the new User Agreement from Microsoft, and I unchecked the box so as not to give the app access to my music history.

Now that I know it was unrelated to the app, but more to Zune, I would like to enable this setting.

How can I find it?

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Why not uninstall the app and then install it again to see this window. This time select the checkbox – Pankaj Upadhyay Oct 18 '12 at 7:13
@it wasn't message from the app. It was a message from the Marketplace. Before being allowed to continue with the download I had to agree to this new part of the Terms of Use. If you haven't seen this dialog yet, I believe you will be prompted with it if you try to download a new app. – Louis Oct 18 '12 at 7:45
I have yet to get this notification, so I am guessing here. Is there anything under Settings(system)->->email+accounts->Windows Live, or Settings(applications)->music+videos (perhaps Zune account settings)? – row1 Oct 21 '12 at 11:31
@row1 afraid not. The Zune account settings mostly has Xbox Live settings now. I wonder if the message I saw has something to do with Windows 8. I remember the Windows Store asked me to agree to something on the same day. – Louis Oct 22 '12 at 8:19
This doesn't answer you question...but I don't believe that the option currently does anything. It is likely when this option launches (with xbox music?) there will be a way to turn it on/off. – row1 Oct 23 '12 at 12:22

This should be in Settings, flick to applications, choose music + videos, then turn on Connect with Zune.

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I don't have WP7 anymore, so if this works for anyone, please chime in. – Louis Mar 27 '13 at 14:58

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