Spotify Wrapped is a technology that allows you to listen to music without opening the Spotify app. This feature is a great way to get around the app’s notorious latency issues. Unfortunately, it seems like this feature is causing many problems for users with this feature enabled. Some users have been experiencing this issue and they also crashing their devices, and others have reported that the feature is causing their devices to freeze while playing songs. If you are one of these users or are using and experiencing any issues with the app, here are some tips to help you get your Wrapped feature working again.
Clear App Cache
This tip will help you fix the issue of your Spotify Wrapped crashing your device. The problem is that the data on your phone is cached, so if you make changes to an app, the data for the app doesn’t get updated until you clear all of the caches for the app.
To clear the app cache for this application , navigate to Settings > Apps > Spotify > Clear Cache. Once you have done that, try to re-open the app, and hopefully, the problem will be resolved.
Reboot Your Device. You can also try rebooting your device if the problem persists. This is because sometimes, a restart can help the system to update.
Update Spotify Wrapped App
If the problem has not been resolved after doing the steps above, you can try updating the app to the latest version of the app. To do this, open the Google Play Store, search for the app, and download it.
Open the app once downloaded, tap on the menu button in the top right corner, and select Settings > General > Auto update. Make sure that you turn on Auto-update. This will help you update the app as soon as the developers release a new version.
Try Uninstalling and Reinstalling the App. You might try deleting the software first, then reinstalling it.
Check the device software update.
If the problems with your Spotify account are still not solved, you should next check whether a software update is available for your device. If there is, you need to set it up right away.
This can help you to fix the issue. If the update is necessary, you can also try uninstalling and reinstalling the app. It would help if you also tried uninstalling the app from your device, downloading it again, and installing it.
You can contact the company’s support team if these steps fail to resolve the problem. They will send someone to help you resolve the problem.
Use a VPN
To protect yourself from any online threats. If you have a computer at home, use a VPN on your laptop. Using a smartphone, a tablet, or a notebook computer, use a VPN while browsing the internet.
A VPN will let you browse the web privately and anonymously. You can also use a VPN to protect yourself when traveling. Many of the sites that you visit will be protected by a VPN. A VPN can protect you from viruses, malware, and identity theft.
Most websites allow you to access them anonymously. This means they won’t know which site you are visiting and what you are looking for.
Change animation speeds in Developer options.
Developer options let you change the speed of animations. These animations will appear in apps like Gmail, Google Play Music, Google Maps, etc. Some of these apps will only work with their default settings.
We’ve covered how to increase your data usage in our last post. Today’s post will discuss how to change the animation speeds in Developer options.
The animation speed of an app is the time between when a user clicks on an item in an app and when that item appears on the screen.
To change the animation speed:
Open the Settings app, then select the Developer tab.
In the General section, scroll down to the section labeled Animation and set Animation Speed to Slow.
In conclusion, you can contact the developer if the issue persists. The best way to do that is to post on the developer’s forum. It’s a great way to get help from other developers and get help from the Spotify wrapped community.