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So like a complete goober, I thought I'd have enough space on my 4s to sync my offline songs at the extreme quality (I have about 600 songs). I was wrong and it ran out of space. So when I went back to change the sync quality to a lower setting, high or regular, the memory used up from the completed extreme quality streaming was not freed up. How do I fix this? I've heard of people having to delete and re-download the app to fix this, which would be a bummer but can be done. Otherwise, since I can't delete songs off of my phone, that data has fallen into a black hole. Oh well, let me know if I can fix this. Thanks in advance!
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Yes, your best bet is to delete and reinstall the Spotify app. You can confirm that the space has been cleared by going to Settings -> General -> About, and seeing if you now have Available space. You can then sync your offline playlists at Normal quality.