Spotify is one of the best online music streaming app available for Android. It has a free plan but for just $10 a month, you can really exploit this awesome app. With the Premium plan, you can also store your music offline while saving data by eliminating the need to connect to the Internet every time you want to listen to them. You can listen to any track, artists or album for fee. Its music player features gapless playback, crisp audio, cross fade, lyrics, large catalog among other cool features. Here’s how to fix Spotify storage error on Android.
Some of the users may have experienced an issue when using the SD card as the means of storing your offline music. You may or may not have received an error saying “no storage area found”. Users using Galaxy Note 2, Moto G3, Galaxy S4 are some to report the problem. If this is the case, follow the steps below to fix it.
Step 1: Clear Spotify’s cache from Settings > Apps > Spotify > Clear Cache.
Step 2: Uninstall Spotify by tapping on the Uninstall button on the same page.
Step 3: Unmount the SD card by going to Settings > Storage > Unmount SD card. Remount it by either taping the Mount SD card button or physically reinserting the SD card.
Step 4: Now you can reinstall Spotify from the Google Play Store.
Sometimes all you have to do is clear the app data and re-launch the app to fix the problem. Then sign in again and the app will download to your SD card at it is supposed to. To make sure you don’t get this error again, after you login go to Menu > Settings > Storage > select device storage > select OK. Spotify will restart and work.
Doing these steps can also fix the error preventing Spotify to open after purchasing the Premium package. Some updates may also cause you this error.
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