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(Windows 10, Web Player, Android)
My Question or Issue
Today whenever i listen to a play lists songs are not playing all the way through.
If a song is 4 minutes long at the 3:20 mark it will jump into the next song but that new song will start 18 seconds into it. This happens on the Web Player, Windows 10 Desktop App and Android App. This is definly something on Spotifys side
- When selecting the song it will show the full length for a split second then change to a lower time
- When trying to manually go to the point that was skipped, it will just skip the next song
- Crossfade is turned off. Tried turning it on and back off but that does nothing
Solved! Go to Solution.
Yeah, it seems like Spotify enabled this for Playlists they look after. Some of the dance ones have crossfade too - and it overrides local crossfade settings. It's awful. That's great that they want to do that, and that some users might like it. All i want is the abilty to disable it on my devices.