My Question or Issue
I have a problem using Spotify on the Pioneer XDP-300R audio player in which the app will log out and delete all my downloads (often up to 5,000 songs)
This devices runs Android 5.1.1 and is non-upgradable. It is a dedicated audio player with the ability to download apps from the google play store. The device has no 3G so is reliant on wifi. I use it with 2 SD cards, one of which the Spotify app allows me to assign to storage.
The problem occurs after I have downloaded my songs onto the Pioneer (with the storage set to SD and quality set to very high). When I am out of the house I switch off the player when not in use. Sometimes t when I switch the player back on whilst out and open Spotify I find that I have been logged out of the app and cannot log back in without access to wifi. When I return home the app automatically logs back in and starts re-downloading all my songs as if they were never downloaded (although the storage shows that they are still in the cache), the app also defaults back to internal storage from SD storage. The only thing I can do at this point is to uninstall the app.
I have experienced this problem now several times, each time it has happened I have followed the instructions offered on similar posts relating to Android phones by deleting the app, its cache and data, restarting the device, deleting the device from my offline devices, re-installing the app. I just want to be able to listen to my premium Spotify account offline on this device. Can anyone help with this issue?