Spotify Connect has partnerships with 80 manufacturers for over 300 different devices. This includes well-known brands of WLAN and Bluetooth speakers such as Sonos, Libraton, Bose and many more. A variety of smart TVs, game consoles and even car radios are also supported.
Therefore, if an incomprehensible situation arises when Spotify Connect always connects on its own, then for different types of technology the reasons may also be different. Let’s consider the most common ones.
It is quite possible that the device simply “stuck” and requires a regular reboot. If restarting did not solve your Spotify Connect problem, you should reset all your network settings to factory settings and reconnect them to your network. The best way to do this is to restart your router. This will ensure that the router forgets everything and does not re-establish old connections with your devices.
Some devices have a switchable network standby function. When enabled, the device will always connect to the network because the device is in “deep standby” mode to reduce standby power consumption. In this case, turn off the network standby function. To do this, follow the instructions in the operating instructions.
If you have a problem with Spotify on your Android smartphone, the first thing you should do is clear the cache. Cached files are stored in the cache and this can sometimes cause problems. If clearing the cache doesn’t help, you can also delete all app data. It is possible that a software glitch has occurred. In this case, log into your Spotify account and log out of all devices. Then reactivate all devices step by step. If the connection continues, you can simply uninstall the app on your gadget, then download it again and log into your Swedish streaming account.
It is best to start looking for a problem with the simplest option. If a regular restart of the gadget does not help, then you should delete the cache. If this does not help, then start taking turns performing all the subsequent steps to find and fix the persistent connection problem.
It’s possible that the problem isn’t with Spotify Connect or the streaming service itself, but with the playback device. In this case, it is advisable to first update it to the factory settings. There may be different versions of applications that are not compatible with each other. The solution is to accept all the latest updates and restart the device itself.