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The current Spotify version causes my Note 2 to give the error "unfortunately bluetooth share has stopped" every time a new song is played, which disconnects my wireless headphones.
The update before that made Spotify give a warning that it can't see the SD card, then opening the app just gave a blank screen.
Anyone know a safe place to get an older Spotify APK? I guess about three months old? (Or a fix to make the current version work)
Samsung Note 2, Android 4.3. Not rooted.
[UPDATE: SEE MY COMMENT BELOW FOR THE FIX]
Solved! Go to Solution.
We have identified that this problem affects all users on Samsung devices with Android OS version 4.3 running Spotify version 3.3.0. We have fixed this issue in Spotify version 3.4.0, which we hope to release very soon. Users can downgrade to Spotify 3.2.0 (as others have posted), wait for this Spotify 3.4.0 release, or, if possible, update to a new Android version.
We are very sorry for the inconvienence.
I am experiencing the same issue using a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with the latest update (v18.104.22.1688). Every time I try to play a song through my wireless headphones or my bluetooth speakers, comes up the message "unfortunately buetooth share has stopped". It's VERY VERY annoying. Please, fix it!
Same problem here!! Samsung Galaxy S3 (i9300)
Iam having the same problem with Spotify current version, every time new song is played the bluetooth of my car (Ford sync) stop working.
Someone knows how to downgrade to the last working version? or how to fix this annoying problem ??
Samsung S3 Android 4.3
Hi, I have the same issue with my S3. With every new song, bluetooth sharing stops and reconnects after 5 seconds or so. This is now happening with the latest update de dato July 17. This is very annoying and apparently a lot of people experience the same issue. If Spotify replies that Spotify does not support bluetooth streaming then they clearly do not understand how their app is being used. I stream my music offline in the car and via my Bose Soundlink. This is 2015!
I hope Spotify takes this seriously and fixes the bug. Otherwise I don't see any use of my Premium account anymore!
I am having the same problem. Everytime the music changes the bluetooth disconnects from my car system. I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and usualy use it connected to my Honda Civic's multimidia system.
Just follow the solution said by Nitsan..... this sounds like a problem that will take a while to solve via spotify support,
S3 Android 4.3
Made me laugh about the poop-colored logo. 🙂
I totally agree. No need for so many changes. And yeah, the new logo is super ugly.
I've disabled automatic updates on all my apps. if I don't, I get a constant bombardment of issues. I update them manually when needed.
It seems that my request to speak to another customer service person actually worked! A different person replied to me today and they are trying to help with the issue.
I told them it's an issue many people are having, so hopefully they will update the app with a fix sometime soon.
For anyone looking for the fix, it is in my comment in the first page.
The downgrade solution didn´t work for me as I´m currently at non spotify country I guess...
Also must inform that I had a reply from Spotify and goes like this:
Thanks for your email. This sounds very strange!
Is this only happening when you start the Spotify app or is the same problem occurring with other apps as well?
Could you please get back to us with which version of Android you are using right now and while you are waiting for a reply I would suggest you try restarting the phone and reinstalling the app.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Have a great day,
....wait and see
Spotify Customer Support
It's not really good enough from Spotify though is it? I'm having the same issue and signed up for this community forum just to research what to do.
Streaming via Bluetooth to my car is the main reason I have a Spotify premium subscription, if I can't do that I cancel it.
Such an arrogant attitude to a previously good service.
Thanks. Your solution works.
I don't think Spotify like us using bluetooth radio cos it costst them for more plays.
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