Tried that. Deleted Shazam in Spotify then disconnected Shazam from Spotify in my Android phone. Then reversed the process and reinstated my Shazam tracks from my phone into Spotify. My problem is, in my android phone the number of tracks in my Shazam totals 577 but only 254 tracks were transferred across into my new Shazam Track playlist in Spotify. Before I disconnected and started again I had a total of over 300 tracks in my Spotify Shazam playlist. I can't understand where the 50 or so tracks have gone? and also I can't understand why the full total of 577 were not transferred across? Help
Just to confirm, have you tried a clean reinstall of the Spotify app on your device? We recommend this step as it'll remove the old drivers first and then install the new ones. It'll also get you the latest version of Spotify.
These changes tend to solve issues like the one you're experiencing. Give your device a quick restart as well before you open the newly installed app.
Then simply try the steps provided by @SebLapidus once again to check if all tracks will be transferred.
Hope this helps. Keep us posted.
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I'm still having this issue and I've tried the following:
- Deleted the playlist in Spotify
- Unlinked in Shazam
- Relinked them both
- Removed access and reallowed access
All of which to no avail as although for awhile it was updating if I opened the Shazam app at the same time as Spotify, it stopped doing that and no longer updated the playlist at all. This defeats the purpose of having the list automatically added through shazam, and gives me no reason to use Shazam anymore if I have to manually go through each time, it'd be a fantastic system if it could update even semi regularly instead of getting stuck after so many songs have been added into the playlist.