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Last week I was at my neighbors and I made contact with their Spotify Connect speakers.
Everytime I open spotify it wil play the music from their speakers instead of my iPhone (Even when I'm on my own WiFi network or without a WiFi network). Please say there is an option to delete the speakers from my iPhone (and also my iPad now)!
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Do you think guys in Bang&Olufsen store in Dublin would like to listen jazz today from my account? 😉 Hey Spotify - seroiousy, fix that!
I connected to speakers from my phone /spotify to someone's speakers thru their wifi. Months later, the person with the speakers was able to mess with my Spotify playlist.
Has anyone had that happen?
Ive since changed my password and restricted access.
I had Spotify premium and was using my iPhone and connected to Sonos speakers.
I had no idea that 5 months later I was still connected to those Sonos speakers when I was miles away. Then one day my playlist was messed with and I found that Sonos had been an active device. I signed out everywhere and restricted access.
It's just insane you haven't fixed this yet. It was, as far as I can see, a requested feature as well, causing severe problems to everyone else. From a security perspective, it is highly questionable that you do not purge "guest devices" on an account. And furthermore, are not providing a way to disconnect guests on my own account. The "log out on all devices" doesn't do the trick. People are still able to play music on my system while being hours away from my home.
what to do about a family troll using your own wifi, but you cant change pw of the wifi? Basically youre **bleep**ed forever, because Spotify doesnt care at all.
At first it seemed perfect, but now i really hate Spotify connect.
Playing music at night with 100% volume? Yeah happened to me.
Nobody else is using my account, the spotify app on my android tv (sony) automatically switches via connect to another account! F U CK ME!
Just setup a Google home for someone with my account and now when I'm out and they play music it practically hijacks my phone or I hijack their speakers. This is awful. Only solution is to have them setup their own Spotify account so it stops using my cached version. That's awful that Spotify works like that.
Just wanted to throw in my contribution to this - The fact you can't remove a device association is terrible. I've just had that SpotIamb exploit happen on my phone as well as desktop. I've reset passwords, but any device I've ever played through took all the data from my account? HOW is that smart, safe or efficent coding, Spotify?
Except this doesn't work. Talk about a security hole
I still do NOT have a solution! Got a spotify premium account and someone, somewhere is also listening on my account. When I listen I can also press listen on Web player (chrome) "spotify connect". But I DO NOT have a clue who this is.
HOW can I DISCONNECT this device or listener from my premium account. The comments about "disconnect all devices" don't work.
Now when I listen someone plays polish and portugese music.........
Please come with a good solution
My parents are going nuts because my kids keep accidentaly playing songs on their Heos Spotify Connect sound bar which I used once. The kids are at home of course and the sound bar is kilometers away. What a **bleep** of a feature.
Amazed this hasn't been sorted yet. Spotify, perhaps there's a way that you can claim ownership of a device by connecting via your own WiFi, then any other Spotify connect account connected to this device can be disavowed? I'm guessing the device could be uniquely identifieable to make this possible???
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