21-02-2012 02:30 AM - edited 21-02-2012 02:32 AM
Any ETA when the updated fix will be pushed out? It takes Apple 1-2 weeks to review all app updates.
This is why Spotify needs to TEST ALL UPDATES before submitting them to Apple!
iOS is limited... it's not that hard to test for all configurations.
Android is MUCH HARDER because you have a million different devices.
Let this be a lesson to the develpers.
Sorry for ranting, but this is the TRUTH.
22-02-2012 01:53 PM - edited 03-04-2012 08:40 AM
It appears some of you might have missed my suggestion, there is a way you can get playlists synced in the Extreme / 320kbps setting. I've added it again below.
* Reinstall Spotify on your iPhone (This will remove all your offline playlists)
* When logging into Spotify, go to Settings and select "Extreme" in Sync quality.
* With the pop up menu, select "Don't Resync"
* Then, without closing down the application, sync the playlists you wish to be in Extreme quality.
* This should then sync these tracks in 320kbps.
If you close down the app and start again (or turn your phone off and back on), Spotify will revert back to High Quality in sync setting. However, the playlists you have synced previously will be in Extreme quality. If you want to sync any more playlists, just select "Extreme" again and "Don't Resync", and sync the playlist you want.
22-02-2012 10:05 PM
22-02-2012 10:48 PM - edited 22-02-2012 11:00 PM
David. I think we have all read your suggestion about how to overcome this problem but I concur with other users that you can not fit an album recorded at 320KBPS in to 30-50MB.
Like others I have deleted and reinstalled the APP, resynced playlists, deleted playlists, selected sync in extreme, don't resync in extreme, you name it I've done it but it makes no differerence.
When is the fix coming please?