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LG G3 AND personal laptop (up to date, relativly new)
Phone- Android 6.0
Computer- Windows 10
My Question or Issue
So I recently have experienced a very annoying and frustrating problem: My spotify will randomly play tracks from locations and artists I've never heard of. On top of that, Spotify does this no matter what device I listen on. It started as I was driving home from work and in the middle of the song I was listening too, the music cut out and a completely different track started playing. I switched back to my playlist and once again, less than 2 minutes later, the same playlist randomly started in the middle of a song. It eventually got to the point where the playlist would start about every 20 seconds. I restarted the app once I got home and my phone as well.
But it doesn't end there...
As I was listening on my computer, the same problem began to occur, this time from a completely different playlist. Just like before, I tried restarting my computer and Spotify, but to no avail. On top of that, if I had Spotify open at all, even with music paused, this playlist would randomly start playing.
I would like to point out that no one else shares my spotify account and I am a premium member, so I'm not just getting recomended songs. I have read about this problem happening on smart speakers a couple of times, but never across multiple devices. Frankly, this is ruining my listening experience.