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Still does not work for me. I have iPhone hotspotting to the PC and I am able to see the iPhone on the PC's device menu.
When I add a song from the PC's local file to a playlist and select to play it over the iPhone, on the latter I get the message 'song not downloaded'. The download option is selected on both the PC and iPhone's playlist and yet the songs are still grayed out on the phone.
Some progress: - the playlists now sychronises, my PC does not have a fully fledged installation (work PC, no password for installation), using a MAC with proper Spotify installation.
Current issues: - the synchronised files will not play over 'spotify connect' to the wi-fi speakers error message: 'can't play this right now' on the 'select a divide' dialogue) - iPhone airport is able to stream to the wifi speakers, hence to get Spotify to the speakers one has to use airport (inconvenient) - iPhone with OSX 14 does not see the speakers at although the 'local network' toggle is on as suggested.
Please note that I am hotspotting from the phone with OSX 14 to PC, another iPhone (to control wifi speakers), 2x wifi speakers and PC.
Any suggestion welcome. Thanks in advance. Michele
Thanks for getting back to us. We're happy that the playlist now synchronizes.
Keep in mind that streaming local files via Connect is not officially supported, so this is expected behavior. Other user have went ahead however and created an idea that requests this feature here. You can add your support there by up-voting the idea. We'll inform on any developments there, as soon as there are any. So make sure to subscribe, if you haven't already.
The Idea Exchange is a great way for us to see what our users are interested in and how many people like a certain idea. You can read more about it here.
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I have this issue too. Up until late July I had an iPhone X and at first it didn’t sync, but after awhile it just started working, and then it would sync within a few hours, usually when I wasn’t even using the phone. Sometimes it even downloaded them on my phone overnight while I was asleep haha. But in late June this year that phone broke, and I now have an iPhone 8 instead. Problem is the 8 won’t sync. It shows the files in the playlist because I have show unavailable songs enabled, but they’re greyed out and can’t be played. They work fine on my PC, and if I play one on there and then try to send it to my phone with the devices menu it just says “This song can not be played” or something and just puts the next song on that isn’t a local file. It never syncs either, I’ve had a playlist with a handful of them downloaded on my phone for almost a month now, and the local songs show a grey download arrow next to it like they want to download, but then never do. I’ve tried everything except hot spotting my phone to my PC because my area doesn’t have cell reception, so it wouldn’t do anything at all then. But I’ve tried everything I can think of and it doesn’t sync. Never had this problem until I got a new iPhone, and even the computer is still the same.