I updated to the latest version of spotify last night on my htc wildfire s. Since then the audio often (every 5 mins or so) drops out and/or slows down. This is with both downloaded and streamed content. I've reinstalled the app to no avail. Other audio players on the device are fine. Has something in the audio path been updated that requires a load more mips or something? Would anyone be able to point me at an installer for an earlier version so I can roll back to that? Gonna have to cancel my subsription otherwise :(
EDIT: Subject edited as this appears to be phone-specific.
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It's interesting that it's not obvious what the support email is until you unsubscribe.
Anyhow, Spotify uninstalled. Amazon mp3 player installed. Subscription cancelled. Problem solved :)
There is no official method of rolling back to older versions (that I know of). The best way is to keep copies of the APK yourself, you can download the latest official Spotify APK from http://download.spotify.com/android/SpotifyAndroid.apk and keep these for future reference.
However this won't help you now, as that will give you the version 0.7..APK. So if you haven't kept older versions you will have to find another source. I have a feeling it would be wrong to post links to external sites so the best I can do is suggest you Google for "Spotify 0.6.6.270 Apk". The one from apks dot org works fine.
I am currently working with Spotify Support to solve this issue for my Wildfire S, unfortunately, this has been held up because I have moved to a new country and need to update my payment details and address to continue my premium subscription..