Description: After upgrading Android to Kit Kat on my Nexus 7 (2012) and streaming music online from
my premium Spotify account (which I access via WiFi) or playing back music downloaded to my tablet
and then send to my stereo receiver via Bluetooth in either case, there are odd sounds that happen
whenever I touch the screen. This occurs if I touch an icon to open another app or a browser, to skip
to the next track or even if I touch a blank area of the screen. The noise is a rapid series of tones
or beeps that lasts a two or three seconds.
Steps taken: I tried to reproduce the problem by playing back music from Google Play and the problem
did not occur. The problem did not occur either when streaming from Pandora. Then I restarted Spotify
and went to settings, Audio effects. When I turned off the equalizer, the sounds still occurred when
I touched the screen UNTIL I skipped to the next track. After that, all tracks play and no strange
sounds occur. If, however, I go back to settings and touch the menu item Audio effects again, the
sounds return. They stay until I skip to the next track and then all is well.
I have 2 GB of storage space left on my device.Af
My mobile Spotify version is 0.7.3.629.g3619d704
Mu user name is 1262868260