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As you said in your post, there's an offline mode in the Spotify Settings for Android. You also said that you can turn playlists into "make available offline". (If Premium!)
To your question: - If Offline Mode is ON and you've downloaded your Playlists, your music will play in the quality you have set up for "Download" (visit the Settings Page in the App) - If Offline Mode is OFF and you've downloaded your Playlists, your music will be streamed in the quality you have set up for "Streaming" (visit the Settings Page in the App)
Summing Up: If you have a good internet connection and Offline Mode off, you will stream, weather you have downloaded the playlists or not. (If you have a bad internet connection and Spotify can't stream in the quality you've set up for "Streaming", Spotify will only play your Offline stored files, in the set quality | Differences between Wifi and Cellular)
Hi again @mitnavnerbo,
I made a little research and noticed that I said something wrong on my first post in this thread! - Very Sorry for That! (A marked it like this:
So to correct it, Offlined tracks will not use any data, even if you are in Online mode.
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