I've been trying to get Spotify to work on my phone but it seems to struggle to see my SD card. After loggingin in, the app states that there isn't enough space on my device. I then click on one of my playlists and ask for it to be downloaded. It then downloads the playlist on to my SD card. I can see this because i can see my SD card fill up. Set to either high or extreme quality downloads. If i stop the Spotify app in any shape or form (Stop app, shutdown, restart, battery runs out), it then logs me out. Once i log back in to the app, it tells me me that there isn't enough space on my device again. If i filter the playlists to 'available offline only', it doesn't show any songs or any playlists. If i then click download on the playlists again, they all 'download' again. It takes a while for the entire playlists to show as being downloaded again - so i don't know if they're being downloaded again or it just taking a while for the app to verify the song.
I've tried clearing any data/cache of the app (both within the app and from within the Androids settings menu), uninstalling it, formating the SD card, restart, and reinstatlling the app but it continues to occurr.
Device - HTC Wildfire S
Android version - Gingerbread V2.3.5
Spotify version - V1.5.0739
Internal storage - 500MB - 70MB free. (Unable to free anymore space)
External storage - 32GB - 29GB free