Unrecognised device on connected devices

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Unrecognised device on connected devices

Music Fan

I have 3 devices appearing when I look at connect to a device.

1. My Laptop

2. My phone

3. Roku 3

 

 

I have no idea what this roku 3 is, so I Changed my Spotify log in, my faecbook log in and it is still appearing. What is it? How is it there? How do I get rid of it?

 

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Macbook Pro early 2015)

 

 

 

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Re: Unrecognised device on connected devices

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Hi there,

 

In order to remove this device, you need to go to this page, find the device you no longer want your Spotify to be connected to and hit "remove".

 

However, if you didn't add this device by yourself it looks like someone may have gained access to your account.  I recommend you to check out this Spotify Answer for the next steps to take.

 

Have a great day 🙂

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sickcat99

Music Fan

That only shows my mobile phone. Doesn't show the laptop or the mystery device.

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Re: sickcat99

Rock Star 13
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Please, go to this page instead and hit the button "Sign out everywhere" then.

 

Note that you'll need to re-sync to your devices to listen to music offline there again.

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sickcat99

Music Fan

Done. Still occurring. Also note I changed my passwords and as soon as I signed it, it appeared. 

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sickcat99

Music Fan

I thought it might be connected over bluetooth or something but that is all turned off.

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Re: sickcat99

Rock Star 13
Rock Star 13

Can you tell me if you see this device anywhere you go? It's just sharing the nearby devices that Spotify can connect to, you shouldn't worry about this.

 

Although the bluetooth is turned off, you'll continue to see it because it uses Wi-Fi connection.

 

If you truly want to get rid of Roku, you'll have to access Roku and log out from the device itself.

 

 

Hope this helps

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Re: sickcat99

Music Fan

I use this laptop at home and work and appears on both networks. No idea what it is... Never even heard of Roku until it appeared on Spotify.

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