Is my phone compatible with Spotify?

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larkone
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Have a Galaxy Ace and am getting unknown error 112 when logging in - Gingerbread 2.3.5

Re: Is my phone compatible with Spotify?

Richard
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Error 112 would be one of our connection errors - please check to make sure everything's set up to work correctly.

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Re: Is my phone compatible with Spotify?

uno
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It won't open! It crashes on start.

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licenced
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@uno - what phone? what OS version? have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling?

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Re: Is my phone compatible with Spotify?

martijnenco
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Heey I've a question!

 

I want to buy an alcatel One Touch 918 with android 2.3 on it. But can it run Spotify?

Now he stand not in the list of compatible mobiles but you say it almost al android 2.3 telephones are compatible with spotify..

could anyone help me out please?

 

greetz Martijnenco

Re: Is my phone compatible with Spotify?

thinny
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Asus Transformer Prime, ICS: Login works. Listen to songs over wifi works. Sync songs for offline use, does not work. Sometimes it manages to sync one or two or three songs before starting the so frustrating online/offline flicker dance.

Re: Is my phone compatible with Spotify?

Brainfish
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Galaxy S II running Codeworx CM9 port of ICS.

 

App works, sort of.

 

I can sync tracks, but I have to do it 1 playlist at a time.

 

This is hard to explain.

 

You know the screen you get when you sync your phone. That shows all the playlists in album cover format. If I try to scroll through this while syncing, every time the next track starts to sync, it puts me back to the top. This makes trying to select more than one playlist impossible.

 

Not sure if this is related to the app or to the Spotify install itself.

 

I also get random  phone reboots when syncing. Sometimes I log in and all my synced tracks are marked as not synced (I have about 4Gb of playlists)

 

Anyway, why has the IOS app been updated and not the 'droid one?

 

I pay £10/month for this

Re: Is my phone compatible with Spotify?

Richard
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Hey brainfish, welcome to the Comumnity.

How many playlists do you have on your account? That could be affecting things.

Also, I'm not sure what "Codeworx CM9" is exactly - is it some kind of alternative firmware for the device? It's likely that would cause issues if that's the case.

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Re: Is my phone compatible with Spotify?

Brainfish
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Hi Richard

 

Codeworx CM9 is a version of Ice Cream Sandwich for the Galaxy S II. But the same things happen when I got back to the stock SII ROM. Actually one of the reasons I switch the phone to using ICS was to see if it helped with Spotify. But it made no difference

 

I have about 450 playlists and just over 9000 tracks in my ibrary

Re: Is my phone compatible with Spotify?

Richard
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I believe that 450 playlists is more than the app can handle at the moment - take a look at this thread http://community.spotify.com/t5/Mobile-Android/Bug-Android-app-crashes-on-startup-with-too-many-play...

I'm not sure whether this is a software or hardware issue, but hopefully we'll be able to get it sorted in the next Android release. Stay tuned.
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