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I am a premium use for about 3 years now and I have never had any issues with Spotify on my Android until about a week or two ago. Now it constantly stops in the playlists and it constatnly says "Song is not available" when I know it is, even if it is downloaded and in offline mode! I can play all the same songs on my desktop, but my phone won't play anything!
For example, I will have a playlist of about 45 songs from all different artists and such. It would always play all the songs and all of them are on Spotify and available. So I hit shuffle and of the 45 songs it will play maybe 7. So when I check why it did not play all the other songs, it says "This song is not available". I have whole albums in my saved folder that are "not avialable" according to the Spotify app....
What is going on? I downloaded Pandora, but I really don't want to cancel Spotify....Please help!
Also, I have a Samsung S7 Edge with Android Version 6.0.1
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I had a similar issue, all songs said not available, yet played on my computer (i have premium). I managed to correct it by connecting to wifi to stream music. After disconnecting from wifi, mobile data was then able to stream again for some reason.
Another possible fix was that I set a song that wasn't playing to download, then cancelled it after it started (with wifi).
had the same problem here on windows. After reinstalling rebooting etc and talking to customer support (which was great btw), solved the issue. It seemed to be a driver issue, after reinstalling the driver all worked again.