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I followed the directions to reset the cache in spotify and I reloaded the program as the directions said. But the files still appear to be saving to the internal storage. I also tried downloading at "extreme" quality in spotify settings, but that didn't help either.
Anyone know what I can do for this? There are so many old threads about how to fix this problem with so many different versions of Spotify, that I just feel confused reading all of it. Anyone have a workaround for the latest version?
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No, I'm not saying to fill it up your internal storage with Spotify music, if that's what you mean. I'm saying that the first time you try to save a playlist, it will save to the internal storage if thinks there's enough room there, or it will save to the SD card if more room is needed. That's why setting to extreme helps to trigger this; but, you sometimes need to start with a larger playlist to make sure this will happen. Once, Spotify decides on a storage location it's basically stuck with that until you reset the app.
So, what you should do is go into your settings, and choose "delete cache and saved data." Then, uninstall and reinstall the app. Then, log back into the app, go into your settings again, and set the download quality to "extreme." Finally, try downloading a playlist that has quite a few tracks on it. It should start downloading to your SD card. You can later change the setting back if you don't want to stay on extreme quality for future downloads.