Recently, some iPhone users discover a new issue when using Spotify. Spotify app stops playing songs or randomly crash on their iPhones. To solve these irritating problems, we give you 7 useful tips to make these out.
In the first 6 methods, you will get the conventional ways such as sign out Spotify, reset Spotify, force quit, and relaunch Spotify. However, the last 'Method 7' share you a complete brand new approach to keep playing Spotify on iPhone. You will get the real Spotify audio files by using Spotify Downloader, then Spotify files can be imported to iPhone without iTunes.
Spotify could only stream music on one device at a time. So when others are using your Spotify account to stream music, Spotify streaming will stop at your side. To avoid this happen, you can sign out of all Spotify account on Logged in devices. Now sign in with your Spotify account on Spotify.com.
Step 1: Click 'Profile' at the upper right corner.
Step 2: Enter to 'Account overview' page.
Step 3: Scroll down and click 'Sign Out Everywhere'.
Or you can remove offline devices from Spotify. Now sign in with your Spotify account on Spotify.com.
Step 1: Click 'Profile' at the upper right corner.
Step 2: Enter to 'Offline Devices' page and do the settings.
iPhone may close Spotify for saving your battery. To close this setting, you can go to 'Settings' on your iPhone >> Scroll down and enter 'Battery' >> Turn off the 'Low Power Mode'.
Don't be careless, this may cause by your network problem. Your Wi-Fi condition may be unstable, to solve this problem, switch to the cellular for a try. Go to 'Settings' >> 'Cellular', turn on 'Cellular Data' option.
Below are some operations you may need to do for resetting and clearing Spotify Cache. Try them out to see if it works.
Force quit Spotify on your iPhone and then restart it might be effective in some occasions.
Step 1:Open Spotify on your iPhone.
Step 2:Press and hold the Power button till 'Slide to power off' shows up.
Step 3:Release the power button and hold the home button till the slider vanishes.
Step 4:The app should force to close down now.
Step 5:Open the multi-task switching bar and close Spotify.
Well, this method gives you another way to fix Spotify's crash or abrupt problems when enjoying Spotify tracks. What we are gonna do is to download real Spotify audio files to computer then save them on your iPhone without using iTunes. Now follow these two parts to learn how to make this.
You need an efficient helper to download and save audio files from Spotify to local. In this part, a magic tool - Spotify Music Downloader is ready for you.
Step 1: Install & Launch Spotify Music Downloader
First of all, please download and install TuneCable Spotify Downloader on your Windows computer or Mac PC. Then launch it. Spotify App is needed while using Spotify Downloader so please install Spotify App on the computer in advance. If you are free users, you can definitely open Spotify Web Player on your browser. Once everything is done, you are ready to go.
Step 2: Select Spotify Tracks to Download
Now go to Spotify App or Spotify Web Player, drag and drop certain track, playlist or album to TuneCable directly, or you can copy the URL link and paste it to Spotify Downloader. TuneCable will then analyze your links. After that, click 'OK' to confirm your selection.
Step 3: Customize Output Formats - MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF
Now click on (Setting) icon to choose the output format and other parameters. TuneCable offers 5 conversion formats which are MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV and AIFF. Once you made up your settings, close the window directly to apply.
Step 4: Download and Convert Spotify Songs to Computer
And now, you can click 'Convert' to download selected Spotify Music to computer.
Step 5: View Downloaded History
After conversion, direct to 'Converted' to view downloaded Spotify tracks. These songs can be played in TuneCable directly.
Step 6: Open the Folder to Check Spotify Local Music Files
Click the icon of each song to view the local path. And now, you can follow 'Part 2' to learn how to import these downloaded Spotify audio files to iPhone without using iTunes.
Notice: For trial users, TuneCable only allows to convert the first 3 minutes of each song. To enjoy the complete Spotify music tracks for offline listening, please buy the full version - Windows / Mac
Here we offer a novel way to transfer music into your iPhone, the highlight of this method is that you don't even need to use iTunes to make this! With Syncios iPhone Data Manager, batches of Apple Music can be imported to your iPhone seamlessly by using your Windows or Mac PC.
Step 1:Download and install Syncios Manager on your Windows computer. Launch it and connect your iPhone to it via USB cable. Choose 'Media' to load all audio files on iPhone.
Step 2:Click the 'Add' button from the menu bar to import certain downloaded Spotify songs or whole output folder to iPhone. Locate to 'TuneCable Spotify Downloader' folder and choose the downloaded Spotify audio files you want. Then click 'OK' to save these Spotify songs on iPhone.
Step 1:Download and install Syncios Manager on your Mac pc. Launch it and connect your iPhone to it via USB cable. Choose 'Music' to load all audio files on iPhone.
Step 2:Click the 'Add' to import Spotify tracks. Locate to 'TuneCable Spotify Downloader' folder and choose the downloaded Spotify music files you want. Then click 'Open' to save these songs on iPhone.
Tips: If you encounter any detection problem during the process, please check the iOS detection tutorial for help.
Summary: Above are 7 approaches to fix the Spotify playing issues while you listen to Spotify online or offline on your iPhone. Find the way which fits you better, and there will be no more interruption during the music roll.
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