2012-07-31 06:34 AM
Well that sux! Some of us are a little behind the times and do not have wifi because our cable connection performs almost the same job as a wifi connection would. Here I was a Splendour on the weekend trumpeting Spotify and saying it was pretty darn good. Glad I only picked up the 30 day free trial. Why only WiFi ... what is the reasoning behind this?
2013-03-07 04:10 PM
I go to a school that literally does not have or allow wifi because of security restrictions. thank you US government. Because of this my phone just downloaded over half a gig of music when i made a playlist "listen to offline". There needs to be a wifi-less method of syncig the iPhone to your computer when there is a USB connection. Since that used to be the only way to sync your device I don't understand how that can be that difficult, and why I just paid $10 because spotify destroyed my data usage.
2014-01-09 11:59 PM
well that sucks. Guess there's the reason I am going to keep my itunes playlist on my phone.
I too am at a University that does has wifi, but doesn't reach my desktop in my office on the top floor where I have to be plugged in via ethernet.
I also looked up songs that I have locally on spotify to try to add them to my playlist (workaround?) and it just takes my local track on my computer - which I can't sync. so that's really annoying.
What is the point of this?
What a waste of $$ spotify!
2014-01-10 10:23 AM
As long as your laptop/desktop has wireless, you should be able to synch to your mobile device by creating an ad-hoc wireless network on your PC and connecting your mobile to that. This post explains how to do this in Windows 7.
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