The Swedish music streaming service Spotify is an almost perfect platform for true music lovers. And this is not surprising, because it is not only at the top of the podium in the world of streaming music, but also provides every third music stream worldwide. But even leaders have problems. What to do if Spotify stops in 2022?
Spotify, like any other streaming service, you get using the internet. Thus, if there is an internet problem such as low bandwidth, your streaming service will be suspended. This may be a low Internet connection speed, interruptions in traffic. In this case, you should check your internet connection speed with the internet speed test. If it is very low, then it makes sense to contact your provider, unless, of course, this is the originally declared speed in your tariff package.
If you are using a browser, your cache may be corrupted and should be cleared. Also, if you are using the Spotify client application, the application files may have been corrupted.
You may have noticed that when you open another app along with Spotify, the music pauses. This can happen right after switching to another app, or after some time of use. The problem in this case is that Spotify is not working because you have not given it permission to run in the background. Go to the settings of your device and change some settings, in particular, allow Spotify to run in the background.
System software bugs and crashes can appear randomly and prevent the app from working properly and cause Spotify to crash. The best way to fix this is to restart your device. So try that first before moving on to the rest of the settings.
Spotify frequently updates to the latest version. If you are having problems with this streaming service, please try updating the app to the latest version. It is likely that the problem of malfunctions will be resolved in this case.
If Spotify is not working on your device, then the problem may be due to outdated software. It may happen that you have installed, for example, the latest version of this music streaming application, but it is not compatible with the outdated software of your computer or smartphone. Well, in this case, you will have to install new software or simply refuse to use the Swedish music streaming service.
If the browser data and cache are corrupted, they will behave strangely, including sudden pauses. So, try clearing your browser cache and data and see if the problem persists.
The most radical solution may be to reset and further reinstall the Spotify application itself. You can easily cope with this task and find it in the app store. You will need to re-authorize and log into your account on this streaming platform. As a rule, this solution will help with most problems in the application.