I'm confused. And something bad just happened that really annoys me. I recently got a new iPhone 5, put Spotify on it, and got it to sync 3,000+ local files. That took some time. I still use my old iPhone 4 from time to time. And my wife uses her iPhone 4. I also have Spotify on my iMac, as well as my Macbook Air. I only have one Spotify account, which should be fine, because we are okay with only one device being able to use the account at a time.
Tonight however, I noticed all of my local files -- over 3,000 of them -- disappeared from my iPhone 5 when I went to use Spotify. I believe there was brief message about syncing but I didn't catch it in time. Now it appears that I have to re-sync everything all over again, which is just painful.
What am I doing wrong? Yes -- I was syncing the same files to my iPhone 4, which happened to be logged in at the time I turned Spotify on on my iPhone 5. I don't believe any of my other phones or computers are syncing files. How could everything have gotten wiped out without warning? I looked and saw that all the files were still synced on my iPhone 4, so I connected that phone to the network and turned off all syncing. Now only my iPhone 5 is syncing. What mistake do I risk making to lose all the files again?
Is there an easy way to tell what devices are syncing with Spotify?
Hi! I have an iPhone, an Android, and a MacBook Pro. They all share the same Spotify account. Simple question: If I buy Premium on my Android device, does it mean I automatically have a Premium account on my iPhone and MacBook? Thanks. :)
Hey there and welcome to the community!
Yes, on any device that you log in with your Premium account you will have the Premium advantages.
There's just a device limit of 3 devices for offline songs. Means that when you have made songs available on 3 devices and try to make songs available offline on a 4th device, one of the other devices will unsync the offline songs on that device.