The Spotify Connect feature may occasionally stop operating for unknown reasons. You can start listening to your favourite music by using some troubleshooting techniques to connect Spotify to additional devices.
Why Spotify Connect is Not Working
- The Spotify application may occasionally not work on the connected device.
- The Spotify app won’t be current.
- Poor internet connectivity
- The device’s Spotify app keeps crashing.
- System cache problems.
Check your Internet Connection
To play music on Spotify Connect, you need a reliable internet connection. It might not function on your device if your internet connection is erratic. You must change to another reliable internet connection in this situation. Check to see whether you can continue to use Spotify Connect after connecting to the other WiFi.
Updating Spotify Application
The old Spotify app doesn’t support connections to other gadgets like Sonos, Marshall, or Alexa. Therefore, updating your Spotify app to the most recent version will make it much easier to address mistakes, bugs, and technical issues.
Removing Spotify App as a Service
- Open the Sonos app on your smartphone, then select the More menu item.
- Select My Services under Settings.
- Remove Account is the option after choosing Spotify from the list.
- Return to the previous menu and select More once more.
- Spotify can be added by selecting it from the list.
- Finally, to re-access your Spotify account, click the Add Account button.
The simplest solution is to restart your device, which will resolve any issues. The app is not deleted or removed from your device. All of your installed apps and the data in storage are simply refreshed.
Additionally, it clears the cache on the device. Connect your favourite speaker or game system to the Spotify app after that.
Additionally, try restarting the Spotify app on the targeted device to see if it fixes the issue. If not, try the following troubleshooting techniques.
Updating DNS Servers
- Navigate to Settings first.
- Select Private DNS under Network & Internet > Advanced.
- Select the hostname of the Private DNS service.
- Enter dns.google
Reinstalling Spotify [PC]
- Launch Spotify on your computer, then select File Exit.
- To uninstall Spotify, select Start > Settings > System > Apps & Features.
- Enter the search term “%AppData%” and press Enter. It will launch an AppDataRoaming page.
- Delete any Spotify folders that are present. Remove any additional Spotify folders from the AppDataLocal page as well.
- Shut down your computer after removing the Spotify directories, then wait a moment.
- Start your PC, then download the Spotify app.
- Sign in to your account to make sure everything is running smoothly.