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Wiping out Local Music?

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Wiping out Local Music?

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I've recently taken music off of my phones sd card. However, spotify continues to act as if the files are still there. Whenver I go to play them, the app will freeze for a moment and send me back to the menu of my phone. Is there any way to wipe that entire playlist out without having to go through each song and delete it? 

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I've got the same issue... is there any way to batch wipe the local file cache?  

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If you are using the old version of the app (from Play store) then there is an option in the Spotify app settings menu.

If you are using the new preview app, use the Clear Data option in Android System Settings -> Manage Apps

You'll need to resync all offline content

Dave
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Listening on Windows, Android and Sonos. Tweeting it at @davelicence

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I've got the same issue... is there any way to batch wipe the local file cache?  

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Re: Wiping out Local Music?

Community Legend
If you are using the old version of the app (from Play store) then there is an option in the Spotify app settings menu.

If you are using the new preview app, use the Clear Data option in Android System Settings -> Manage Apps

You'll need to resync all offline content

Dave
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Listening on Windows, Android and Sonos. Tweeting it at @davelicence

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