Is there a way to force Spotify to download an offline track again? I had a network "burp" during a previous download, and now the song is corrupted.
I use Spotify 0.9.4.183.g644e24e0 on Ubuntu 12.04 (kept up-to-date) with a premium subscription, and both high quality streaming...hey, where did extreme quality downloading go? I used to have that set when I worked on Windows...oh well, that's another question for another time...
Hi. You can try selecting the track and "undownloading it", deleting it from your playlist and adding it back or copy the tracks to a new playlist, delete the original one then make the new playlist available offline. If none of those work, you'll probably need to delete the cache.
I don't recall ever seeing an extreme option on my windows client - high quality has always given 320 kbps. Maybe linux was different or my memory is failing :)
I did exactly that, but I think until I load enough new tracks to flush it out of the cache, it's still there. Either that, or it's corrupted at the source. Or it may just be like that. I'll name the track when I find it again, I'm drawing a blank right now. Besides, my Windows machine that I usually ran this on crapped out, so it's somewhat moot.
No, I found the extreme option, it was on Android (it had separate quality settings for "streaming" vs. "download", but now it's gone. I'm confused, I'll go look in the Android forums. I want to know what it was, I hope we didn't lose lossless, that would have been nice.