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So I got my local files in my playlist on my desktop, my phone is connected to the same wifi as my desktop, the files play perfectly fine on my desktop, but when I go to download the playlist on mobile, the entire playlist downloads EXCEPT the local file, which just has a little error symbol (!) where the download symbol should be, so I can't listen to the song on my phone. I've done this over and over again and read and reread all the steps, and I do not know what is going wrong.




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Thanks for the feedback.The change was made due to compatibility issues with the sync between devices, especially between iOS and PCs as those are dependent on third-party software. Allowing local file discovery instead of a sync was also a popular request among users.


Playlists sync and I can see the files in the playlist, but when I slide the 'downloaded' switch it briefly says 'downloading' and then 'downloaded' but all the files are greyed out with a '!' icon. If I edit the playlist, add / remove songs etc. it updates instantly on all devices so they are able to talk to each other.


First of all can you try removing your local files from the respective playlists. After that, open both the Mobile and Desktop apps and open that playlist. Then upload the local files from your Desktop device.


I tried those steps but it made no difference to me. I've tried multiple attempts at deleting playlists and adding different combinations of local files and normal spotify tracks, then downloading these on two different android devices but without success. I did manage to cause one track to be downloaded _once_ under very specific circumstances but I have not been able to reproduce:I was trying to follow the above steps and while doing so, Spotify Desktop announced that an update was available. I said yes to the update and the instant the update was complete my playlist (and local file) started downloading on both my Android devices. The track played successfully on both devices. After this though nothing else would sync - exactly the same behaviour as before. I tried exiting and restarting the spotify desktop client but that didn't work.


We recommend that you delete the playlists with the local files on all devices. You can then move your files to a different folder and add it as a source for local files in the Spotify app. You can learn how to do this here. After that you can start the whole process from the beginning.


If that doesn't do the trick it's a good idea to perform a clean reinstall using these steps on all your devices. They are more thorough than a regular reinstall and make sure that no damaged leftover files remain that might be causing the issue.


I installed the Linux client on a Linux laptop. Unfortunately the latest Linux client has a problem where it segfaults every time you browse for a local files source, but there is a older release from February available here:


Revisiting this because my Spotify iOS app for no reason whatsoever randomly decided to disable the "local files" setting again today, so I had to look this up again. Thanks, incredible software. Thank you for taking our money and delivering all this embarrassment and hassle. Amazing.


I've tried everything that was suggested. My local files from my computer used to download and I could play on my phone up until last night. I deleted playlists, tried new folders, and uninstalled and reinstalled apps on mobile and desktop. Nothings working.


Same here, I've tried every instruction from you guys(Example like uninstall and reinstall the app, delete locals-files.bnk, use another file to import songs...) -- After the update, I can't download any new songs. Here's an image.


Here you can see that all the songs are there but they're not downloaded. There's a big green arrow which suggests songs should be downloaded, but they aren't: If it's downloaded there should be a small grey arrow below every song title.


Hey @Nanihello,Thanks for posting in the Community!We get that you're having issues with Local files on your desktop. Please take a look here, as there was a recent change onto how our Local files discovery feature works now across platforms. You can also try to move your music files to a new folder on your PC and then try to add it as a source again to see if this will make a difference. To be able to sync (download and stream them) on any other device - you need to have those devices on the same local network with your PC.


Thanks for replying to my problem. However, I've tried the method you provided(which imports songs from another file) and reinstalled Spotify again but none of them is working. Hope that we can find a solution. Thanks.


revisiting this once again a month later because the exact same thing happened again, very epic! thank you spotify! i love when the "local files" toggle switch in settings automatically turns itself back off every now and then. that's useful! please keep taking my money and fixing nothing


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