MyMusicCloud Help: How to Access Your Music on Your Smart TV

If you have a Smart TV, you already know you can log into Facebook and Twitter, watch YouTube videos, and stream movies on your TV screen. But did you know that you can also access your entire music collection on it too?

It’s totally true. Our MyMusicCloud app makes your music library available on all Samsung Smart TVs (the most popular brand), so you can play your favorite songs, make party playlists, or check out the latest releases from your favorite singers right from the comfort of your couch.

So how does it work? Once you have a free MyMusicCloud account, it’s simple to tap into it from your Smart TV. On Samsung TVs, just go to the Smart Hub and follow these steps:

1. Click the Smart Hub button on your remote control. If you don’t see the MyMusicCloud app on the front page of your Smart Hub, go to “Samsung Apps.” Press the down button to highlight the text box for searching, then use the voice controller to say the app name, or type it in with either a blue-tooth keyboard or your remote control.

2. Once you see the MyMusicCloud TV app, click it. You’ll see a TV activation URL (format: www.mymusiccloud.com/XXXXX). The activation code is embedded in the URL; it’s the letters and digits after the ” / ” in the URL.

3. Type this URL into a browser on your computer, cellphone or tablet. If you choose a mobile phone, it sends you to the App Store or Google Play to download the MyMusicCloud app. Download it. (Note that this URL is only valid for 1 hour, so if you get up to make snacks, text or answer a phone call and an hour passes, you’ll need to close the app on your TV and reopen it to get a new URL.)

4. Sign in to your existing MyMusicCloud account with your usual login and password, or create a new account by clicking “Sign In” on that same screen where you entered the URL. (For first-timers, learn how to import your music by reading this step-by-step post.)

5. Check out your TV screen: It should now show that your account’s active and your music will be right there, ready to browse and play. (If it doesn’t work, post a message in our comment section and we’ll try to help.)

Not sure what a Smart TV is exactly? It’s really any TV that has internet access built in so you can watch video on demand, use social networks and search the web. But only those branded “Smart TVs” have dashboards that can download apps from stores like Google Play (otherwise you’ll need a second device like Chromecast or a gaming console to reach your favorite apps). Check your TV manual for more details.

For Samsung Smart TV owners, here’s a quick video on how to use your Samsung Smart Hub …

 

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9 thoughts on “MyMusicCloud Help: How to Access Your Music on Your Smart TV”

  1. Hi, please can you help, trying to set up the My Music Cloud app on my Samsung smart tv so I can listen to my music on the TV. I’ve tried to follow your instructions above but its not working and I’m getting more confused. I created a new account but my TV screen has not changed but now it shows a differend QR code. Maybe I wasn’t quick enough but I can’t seem to start again as I now have an account. I can’t see any devices at all listed in the Devises section of my account. I’m assuming it should show my computer and my TV? NO idea what to do next?

    1. Hi Petr,

      There is no way to directly associate your MyMusicCloud account with your GooglePLayMusic account, however you can log in with Google+ and connect your Google Drive account. That is the extent of our integration with Google.

  2. can you disable the annoying images that shuffle while I play my music ?? Some of them are shocking and should not be seen by young children. I would prefer a blank screen with the title so that I can just listen to music thanks.

  3. please let me know how i play songs. i have downloaded the app in my tablet as well as in my smart tv. After connecting songs are shown in tv but not playing

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