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I have Spotify for Linux running on a PC and when I click "Connect" it can see my Android phone. However, in the Android app, when I choose Settings->Show available devices, it says "If another device becomes available, you can select it here". There are no other devices to select.
So the Linux desktop app can see my phone, but my phone can't see the Linux desktop app. Is it *supposed* to work?
The only odd thing about my setup is that the Linux PC running Spotify for Linux has multiple IP addresses, only one of which is connected to the WiFi network. Is it possible it is not listening on all interfaces?
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