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nunoabsilva
2018-04-04, 05:49
hi,
we have problem with authentication in spottily web page the device not appears in approved apps.
password don't have any special char only letters and numbers.

system is:
RPI3B with max2play
Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.1 - 1522249619

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derider
2018-04-07, 05:55
Hi, Also using Max2Play at a RPI2 with same LMS version - just did an update including the spotty module version v2.3.1 and after this I could not log at Spotify via LMS - then I retyped the login creditials and I could then log at spotify again, but the slim players (Squeezebox) and Hifiberry card only play noise which sounds nasty. When playing noise the Logitech webinterface says "Ogg Vorbis (spotify) converted to PCM" - not sure it did this before this update. Right now I'm not able to use Spotify together my LMS :(

Don't know if it means anything, but I don't use the Spotify connect function - only control the LMS via app's and web interface. Tried to see if some sound output setting is wrong since I don't think the sound should be converted to PCM, but can't find anything about it.

mherger
2018-04-07, 22:34
derider - which binary are you using? Would one of the others work?

> Hi, Also using Max2Play at a RPI2 with same LMS version - just did an

Did you consider using pCP instead?... for whatever reasons m2p causes
more issues than even Windows...

> Don't know if it means anything, but I don't use the Spotify connect

It does. Thanks! It probably doesn't in your case, but all too often I
would need to know which mode users are using and they don't tell me.

--

Michael

derider
2018-04-07, 23:31
Hi Michael,
Thank you for your reply.

derider - which binary are you using? Would one of the others work?
Sorry, Not sure what you mean by binary and I need more info to try it out :o - so here is some details from the system if it helps.
Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.1 - 1522249619 @ Wed Mar 28 17:16:02 CEST 2018
Spotty version : 2.3.1
max2play Version 2.45
OS : Debian - DA - utf8
Platformarkitektur: armv7l-linux
Perl-version: 5.14.2 - arm-linux-gnueabihf-thread-multi-64int

Did you consider using pCP instead?... for whatever reasons m2p causes
more issues than even Windows...
Hmm.. never had this trouble with Max2Play before so it haven't been necessary to consider, but if it will give a more stable system it would something to consider for sure. All other functions in LMS is working and it's only Spotify that stopped playing music yesterday after updating to the versions above. Don't remember which version I had before, but it has not been much older since I check for updates every 3-4 month.

derider
2018-04-08, 00:01
Hi Michael,
Thank you for your reply.

derider - which binary are you using? Would one of the others work?
Sorry, Not sure what you mean by binary and I need more info to try it out :o - so here is som details from the system if it helps.
Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.1 - 1522249619 @ Wed Mar 28 17:16:02 CEST 2018
Spotty version : 2.3.1
max2play Version 2.45
OS : Debian - DA - utf8
Platformarkitektur: armv7l-linux
Perl-version: 5.14.2 - arm-linux-gnueabihf-thread-multi-64int

Did you consider using pCP instead?... for whatever reasons m2p causes
more issues than even Windows...
Hmm.. never had this trouble with Max2Play before so it haven't been necessary to consider, but if it will give a more stable system it would something to consider for sure. All other functions in LMS is working and it's only Spotify that stopped playing music yesterday after updating to the versions above. Don't remember which version I had before, but it has not been much older since I check for updates every 3-4 month.

mherger
2018-04-08, 21:26
derider - which binary are you using? Would one of the others work?
Sorry, Not sure what you mean by binary and I need more info to try it out :o - so here is some details from the system if it helps.

In Settings/Advanced/Spotty you'd see what binary you're using. There's probably a dropdown with different versions available (eg. spotty-hf, spotty-muslhf, spotty...).

derider
2018-04-09, 13:03
In Settings/Advanced/Spotty you'd see what binary you're using. There's probably a dropdown with different versions available (eg. spotty-hf, spotty-muslhf, spotty...).

Hi Michael,

I found the settings and tried to change the binary settings a couple of times and then put the settings to default (automatic chosen) and then restarted the LMS and this tricked the LMS to be able to play music from Spotify again :D - The automatic settings chosen now are the "muslhf" version - which was the settings before I played around with the binary settings - no logic here, but it worked.

Thank you for your support - much appreciated.