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I don't know if this is a bug, or if I'm just stupid, but:
Sometimes when I start spotify on my iPhone 4,
the music that I played last time I opened Spotify is resumed before the app have even started properly.
This is quite annoying when I'm at work, and I don't have my headphones connected to the iPhone.
Let's say that my colleagues don't always like it when some crazy rock'n'roll starts to play loud. And I have to wait for the app to
start properly before I can pause it.
I'm not really sure what kicks this problem off, it's not every time I start spotify this problem occurs, but I think it happens
when I have force-quit the app to save battery, and then starts it again.
Someone else who have this problem?
I would just like the option to disable auto-resume when opening my iOS spotify App - I simply is damaging to the ears, because the volume is for some reason much louder here than in the rest of iOS.
I have tried tapping the screen when the song is auto-loading (it says 'tap to cancel', but that - for some unknown reason - leaves Spotify in Offline mode and I have to force-quit the App to get a connection again.
A simple setting that says: Disable auto-resume on launch.