2 mac with different accounts, one in the living room have a separate account so I don't need to switch from what I have on my mobile if I am out on the bicycle and want in my living room to be able to listen to music other than my account on mobile
Unfortunately we won't don't offer remote access support.
Can you try the following:
1. Uninstall Spotify
2. Go to /Library/Application Support/ and delete the Spotify folder
3. Go to /Library/Caches/ and delete the folder com.spotify.client and com.spotify.client.helper
4. Install Spotify again
You can also let us know the current version of your Spotify app.
Note that this might be caused by some setting on the current OS you're running. Do you have the possibility to update to Big Sur on one of your devices?
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we tried to uninstall as the first remedy and it didn't remove the error I am getting, what setting you think can impact Spotify from my Mojave OS? I am a programmer feel free to go deep in technical terms. I cant upgrade to BigSur as I have dependant applications that is not supported in the new OS, please am I the only and first who reported this issue??
2 computers both mac, not on the same address, in different apartments on different networks, both Mojave same error, I don't have any local songs, only play what's in Spotify, keeps telling me its offline, you are welcome to remotely connect to my computer, on windows it works flawlessly on the same network