It's an application for many people when it comes to listening to music, so when Spotifi falls, it can be very frustrating.
While Spotify quickly alerts users when the application is down, it does not make it any less boring-especially for those who use the streaming service to play music in stores or restaurants.
Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to revive Spotifi if you fall.
Here are our best tips to do if Spotify falls.
Why is Spotify falling?
With songs, albums, podcasts and even more additions every day, Spotify can sometimes crash.
If you have not updated the app at some time, or you do not have the latest version, you may have problems with your sign-in.
You can also experience problems if your device is too hot or cold or if there are memory problems.
To stay on top of any problems, make sure that you are following the Spotifi Status Твиттер.
How can you stop hitting Spotifi?
Fortunately, there are several things you can do if your Spotify stops working.
Restart the Spotifi app
As the first point of the call, restart the Spotify application by closing it and reopening it.
Sign out again
If you run the app again, try logging out of your account and logging in again.
Make sure the application is up-to-date
This question can be applied to you using the old version of the application.
For iOS users, visit the App Store and check the version of Spotify application – update if there is one available.
For Android users, visit the Google Play Store and update if necessary.
Close all other apps you do not use
Your phone may be overloaded, which can lead to delays or problems with the Spotifi application.
Try to close all other apps you do not use.
Delete the app and reinstall it
Delete the current Spotify and go back to the App Store or the Google Play Store to reinstall it.
Keep in mind that after reinstalling, you must re-download any music that you have made available for offline listening.
Try another internet connection
This issue may be related to an internet connection.
– If this is the case, you can see one of the following:
– All traces are great
– Nothing happens when you press the game
– The error messages say "Spotifi is offline" or "No internet connection"
These steps should return you and start:
1. Turn off the ViFi. Wait 30 seconds, then turn it on again. If this does not work, try restarting the router.
2. If you are using a data connection, make sure you have enough data (although we recommend using ViFi if possible).
3. Make sure that Spotifi is not in offline mode (in application settings, under the Plaiback).
4. Check the firewall (if you use it) that Spotifi is set as an exception.
5. Some shared or public networks (eg Schools / work / offices) restrict access to certain services. For more information, you can contact the responsible people for network management.
6. If possible, try another ViFi network. If it works with another connection, we recommend that you contact the source service provider for more information.
Try playing on another device
The problem might be with your device, so try to play music on another device or through the Spotify web player.
You can also check the Spotifi system requirements to see if the device is supported.
Your device should have at least 250 MB of available memory (you may want to remove all unnecessary files and applications).
You may need to make further troubleshooting with the device manufacturer.
Check the sound
If the application seems to be playing, but you can not hear anything, there may be a problem with the volume settings on your device or audio hardware.
Check the correct audio output is selected in the volume settings of the device. By adjusting the volume, you can contact the manufacturer.
Make sure your audio hardware is working properly. You can test this by playing a sound from something other than Spotify.
For computers, it is worth checking the software for the sound card driver. For help on this, you can contact the manufacturer of your device.
Make sure the device you want to listen to does not play the external device with Spotifi Connect, Bluetooth, or any other wireless method.