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Joshelle_Mojica

 

I have a current issue that happened out of nowhere a few days ago. There is a bug that indicates that there are TOO many tabs even though the only tab I have open is the app itself.

I had no problems working on other things on my laptop and having Spotify open at the same time before (my laptop is Google Chrome btw).

I just want this bug fixed so that I can listen to my playlists and browse the app without the annoying message popping up everytime I press the Web Player. 

 

I have a screenshot of what I get everytime I open it. I don't know what else to do. I already uninstalled it and tried it again but it says the same thing even now that I don't have it installed it still says the same thing. Same goes for restarting my laptop, it doesnt work. 

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rpenn

Play a song from your phone or another Spotify device (desktop version of Spotify counts), clear your browser history, and then log back into Spotify web player. This seems to have been a reliable fix in the past.

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rpenn

Play a song from your phone or another Spotify device (desktop version of Spotify counts), clear your browser history, and then log back into Spotify web player. This seems to have been a reliable fix in the past.

Peter

Hey @Joshelle_Mojica.

 

Just wanted to let you know that this should now be fixed for you.

 

If you're still having trouble with this, let us know and we'll be happy to look into it further.

 

Thanks! Stay awesome 🙂

Joshelle_Mojica

I found the solution 

Alcognac

Nope, 1 year later and the bug is still here.

Xenia

Hey there @Alcognac,

 

Thanks for reaching out here and welcome to the Community 🙂

 

We'd recommend starting off by heading to this support article and following the steps under Not working?

 

You could also try using the web player in the application mode of the Google Chrome browser to see if that makes a difference. Here's how:

  1. Open our web player.
  2. Click on the menu button (the three vertical dots) on the top right portion of the window of your browser.
  3. Click on More Tools > Create shortcut.
  4. Set a name for the application and check the option Open as Window then click on Create.

Hope you'll find this useful. Give us a shout if you need more help with this!

XeniaModerator
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