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Settings > Application Manager > Spotify > Clear defaults This will release the filetype from always being executed with Spotify. The next execution of this filetype will present the dialog for your preference again.


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Sure. Just turn off audio notifications. That won't have any effect on the media volume. This will, of course, turn off the phone ringer, which you may not want.


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Lucky for you, I am a super user on the Spotify community. First, you need to wipe the data for the Spotify app, and then re login. Once this has done, it may take a few seconds for the app to recognise the Internet connection. If that fails to work, reinstall the app, and login again.


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Yes it is possible, but using Tasker's built in Media Control Next will not work. For the action you need to use Script --> Run Shell, and as the command enter "input keyevent 87" without quotes. This is the Android API: https://developer.android.com/reference/android/view/KeyEvent.html#KEYCODE_MEDIA_NEXT


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I just went through the same issue. Definitely solved now. At first I had a very bad connection speed even on H+ or 3G. On spotify app the "bad connection" problem turned to "no connection" so I decided to investigate. The problem was my network AP which was configured over "WAP" which is not a real full featured Internet connection. So I had to switch to ...


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Yes. When playing a song you open/slide the tab (sliding drawer) at the bottom center, which displays the album cover and play/previous/next buttons. If you click the info (i) button for displaying artist/album information there is an option for shuffling. This option is also available on the options menu, after pressing the [MENU] button, while this ...


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Just go to settings and enable "Private Sessions" That will disable sharing of the songs you listen to. Steps to enable Private sessions- Step 1: Go to the Android Market and update your Spotify app. Step 2: Launch the Spotify for Android app, then in the lower right-hand corner, tap on "More," then "Settings." Step 3: Check the ...


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In Android it's not necessary to stop and close apps manually. Android manages the state of applications in the background, when an app is not actively performing a task. If the device needs memory for a new application, Android closes the least active app still in the background to make room for it. As a result if you open an application that was still in ...


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With help from Andrew T. I've got the answer to my question. For the first time I've used my Google Wallet, so that must be the reason for changing the country settings also in Play Store under My apps I don't have visible Spotify although I've have installed it nor do I have it when I search apps Store.


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Don't ask me how, but this worked for me: Installed Spotify, iHeart and Poweramp. Disabled BT control for Poweramp. Disabled Google Play Music. Google Now still works normally. Using the Action Box extension, I stop all music by playing a 1 second MP3 of silence in Poweramp. Tasker's Play and Next actions work fine with Spotify or iHeart. I haven't ...


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If I remember correctly, the first time you login with your new Spotify account, you can enjoy Premium for a month or so. Your Premium trial period may have run out. There could be country restrictions in place. It has been a while since I last stumbled across this problem with a friend's computer.


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You should try using AutoInput, a plugin for Tasker available in the market, which doesn't require root. You can then create a profile and set AutoVoice for every command, then set AutoInput (plugin section) with the X and Y coordinates of the button you want to press. Find the coordinates of the button by enabling the feature in Developer Options. N.B. ...


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If your device is rooted, you can use BubbleUPnP (in the Play Store) as an Xposed module. Then you can cast the phones audio to your chromecast or TV via DLNA.


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Go to Settings and untick "Download over 2G/3G". This way Spotify won't download/update playlists when WiFi connection is not available. It can however still stream music, so to disable that just tick the "Offline mode" option. If you leave it ticked it won't stream music anymore and you will be only able to listen to previously downloaded playlists. ...


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No need to do that, if your device runs at least Android 4.0: From your homescreen, go to Settings → Data Usage tick the checkbox to enable data limit in the graph, move the bars to some level suiting you (can be imaginary high, to not toggle your mobile data off altogether when reached) scroll down until you find the Spotify app, tap its entry to open ...


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Try this: Go into your settings and allow apps from external sources. Then download the Spotify apk from here to your tablet, and run it. No guarantees it will work, but if it doesn't, it's not going to break anything. Edit: It won't create the link for some reason, so here's the URL: www.spotify.com/wp-content/uploads/android/0.4.04/SpotifyAndroid.apk ...


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I contacted Spotify's customer service. Their answer Hi Sami, Thanks for your email, I am sorry to hear you are experiencing problems installing Spotify. At present Spotify is not compatible with European Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9. If you have any other queries, please feel free to contact us and we'll be glad to help. Many Thanks. ...



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