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Hi everyone !
First of all, happy new year and best wishes. Let's make this new year as best as we can for the Spotify community ! 😉
Okay so now, let's try to explain my current problem:
During a party, I have used my spotify premium account and linked it to a Bose soundtouch system in a friend's house.
Everything went well, but after a while, I realised that people could use my account to play songs they wanted, and worst, that they could accidentally select my private Soundtouch devices at my own house, miles from where I actually were during th party.
No need to say that I was kind of scared my parents would have a panick attack in the middle of the night if that happened. Hopefully, it didn't happen. I left the party, and made sure to disconnect and everything (clicked on button " disconnect from all the devices on the profile page on the web, even changed my password (just in case) ).
But now, my problem is that the soundtouch device I was connected to at my friend's house is kind of "linked" to my Spotify Connect devices.
Now I am kind of scared to select their device accidentaly. (same problem but different perspective)
I would like to know if there was a way to "delete" a specific device from the list on my computers, and smartphones / tablets .
I have searched a bit on the forum, and might have seen something about a similar problem, but was not able to find a concrete solution about that problem.
I guess it was on that post: https://community.spotify.com/t5/Implemented-Ideas/Self-Service-Device-Management/idi-p/51075
Anyone could help ?
Thank you for your help ! Have a lovely day
Enc.: screen shots of the list of my "linked" devices and where I have clicked on the "Disconnect from all the devices" button
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Same problem here and it's annoyingly also the case that the remote device can assert control of my desktop Spotify; pause and play happening from time to time.
Update: Removing all remote devices, logging out everywhere and resetting password appears to have worked. This was the Spotiamb 0.2.1 issue/exploit that many others appear to have been affected by.