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I've been using the new Android 4 Beta for a while now and I have to say that it's *MASSIVELY* better than the original Android app. Thankyou for sorting out the UI, it's a pleasure to use.
However this morning for the first time ever I've experienced problems with it. I have many playlists on Spotify, but I have 5 or 6 downloaded to my phone to make my commute a bit more bareable. During the commute I go through several tunnels, so the app is constantly flicking to offline mode - and this has never before caused me any problems. But this morning I was listening to a track just as I entered a tunnel and the track stopped. I double checked the playlist to see if I hadn't downloaded the track (ie if it was streaming), but it showed me that it had been previously downloaded and was on one of the playlists that I have entirely downloaded. So I tapped the song to begin again and at that point every playlist on my phone suddenly greyed out as if none of them had been previously downloaded. Further investigation showed that I no longer have any downloaded tracks on my phone and I'm having to download them all again as we speak.
Hopefully this won't happen again, but I thought that I'd better report the problem in case it's something that's easily solveable in the release version.