I've done the re-installing, I've done the clean re-installing, I've done the re-installing with the SD card out then putting it back in and moving files around, and nothing seems to work.
I've got a Huawei y300 with Android 4.1.1, the very newest version of Spotify, a 32gb SD card that is literally empty until I start to download and I can't get it to download more than a quarter of my songs without saying that there's no space. I've tried going back to my old card which had the songs downloaded (and still should) but it still doesn't want to sync.
Is there ANYTHING I can do to download my playlists? And when will Spotify work around this as, from the posts I've been reading, this has been going on for a long time...
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Can you try deleting the cache & saved data in Settings. Log back into Spotify and change the download quality to 'Extreme'. Now try downloading and the music should be stored to your SD.
This has been a little trick for a while now. I do agree, there should be the option of where to save it but hopefully this work-around should help you.
I wasn't having any luck with this either i have a Samsung s4 running KitKat but I just managed to get it working
The steps I followed to get it working:
1. Open the Spotify app go to settings and scroll to the bottom and select delete cache and saved data .
2. Uninstall the Spotify app (I believe this is the main step that got this working)
3. Download and install Spotify again log back in
4. Select extreme quality for download
5. Download your tracks for offline
6. Now to check whether it’s worked, use a file explorer i used ES file explorer any one will do though. go to the extSD card file path select the Andriod folder , then Data , then look for com.spotify.music folder that will confirm that it’s all working and saving to your extSD card.
The SD card im using is a Samsung EVO 64gb Class 10 http://goo.gl/tp4Bhi
Hope this helps.