I have recently bought a HTC One M9, and switched my SD card from my previous HTC One M8.
After downloading the latest version of the Spotify app, i startet syncing all my music down to my phone.
First of all, it took a really long time, even though I have a really good broadband subscription (100/10). 3000 songs tok at least 5 hours to sync.
When I start the app again, all my synced music is GONE and I have to start the process all over again.
Another 5 hours to sync all the files, just to experience that again, the files won't stick.
Tried to uninstall the app, format SD-card, completely remove cache before deinstalling, then reformatting the SD-card, another 5 hours of resyncing. But to no avail, the files simply won't stick.
It was not until I downloaded an older version of the app (ver. 126.96.36.1991) that I was finally able to make it work. Until Play Store automatically updated the app to the latest version, and all my files disappeared once again!
I have now installed the old app once more, and deactivated automatic updates for Spotify.
In case you were wondering, to sync all my files to the phone, I also use an older version of the desktop programme, version 0.9.15.27.g87efe634
This version has the "Devices"-feature, which is removed in the last version of Spotify. I have also prevented it from auto-updating.
Is this a known problem?
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