Hi, I'm having issues with Spotify.
Device: Samsung Galaxy S10+
OS: Android 9
So this kinda topic has already been opened, and it's now also in the FAQ. And the answer is "Just reinstall the app." Geee thanks. Though I wouldn't blame you if it worked for you. You should be blaming me or my phone. Just throwing all of this out there. So here's my issue, when I start any kind of music and then lock my phone, when I press the power button to wake it up and go to pause the music on the login screen, it stops and then just continuous to play. Heck it even rewinds a bit for some reason. I have tried the formula that has been said a thousand times; Completely wipe the app, and uninstall it, restart the phone, reinstall, and voila, it worked. Until a little while later when it stopped working again?! Now you could just say "Just do it again", but:
Problem No. 1; I'm just plain old lazy.
Problem No. 2; If I were to keep doing that I would have to then redownload all my music; see I listen to music on the road (what a surprise) and I value my mobile data connection, and I really don't want to waste 1 GB just to stream music. In fact a lot of times I actually (accidentally) waste all my mobile data. So downloading all my music is the way to go for me. And I just really don't care about Data Saver. It wouldn't save me from a throttled 32 kbit/s connection. Also any bits and bytes of my mobile data that I could have backed up for other more important things, the better.
Problem No. 3; I don't want to wreck my phone's internal storage by this constant deletion and rewriting. I just really don't.
This post may get turned down because it's already been opened and answered, and to be honest it's not professional at all - though I do believe that things can be better explained when stakes are more loose -, but either way, I couldn't find anything that could fix it permanently (!). I even thought of maybe some kind of other app glitching it out. But before I'd try that I'd love to hear from people over here. Your help is truly appreciated.