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Thanks for reaching out here in the Community about this!
At the moment, you can download Spotify tracks for offline listening on up to 5 devices at a time.
You can view or remove any offline devices from your account by heading here.
If you're having troubles with your downloads, you can check this support site article for more troubleshooting steps to try.
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