How to Fix Spotify Web Player Not Working

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If the Spotify web player crashes on startup or while switching music tracks, you can fix it in the following ways.

1. Restart your web browser

A simple restart fixes most browser-related issues, including the Spotify web player, not opening.

2. Disable Ad-Blocker Extensions

You can try to fix this issue by disable Ad blocking extensions.

3. Launch Spotify Web Player in Incognito Mode

Try to launch Spotify in Incognito Mode. If the Spotify web player works well in incognito mode, then you need to clear the cache and data files of your browser.

4. Clear your web browser’s cache

1. In Chrome browser, click the three dots and client on Settings.

2. Go to the Privacy and Security tab.

3. In the right pane, click Delete browsing history.

4. In the Clear Browsing Data pop-up window, select the Cached images and files and click on the clear data.

5. Enable playing protected content in the Chrome browser

If the Spotify web player still doesn’t work in your Chrome browser, you need to enable the playback of protected content.

1. Open Google Chrome browser. Type in the address bar chrome://settings/content/protectedContent and press the Enter button.

2. Enable two options: Sites can play protected contentand Sites can use IDs to play protected content.

 

6. Flush the DNS cache

1. Click on the Windows 11 search and type in the command prompt. Then open the Command Prompt utility from the list.

2. At the command prompt, type ipconfig /flushdns and press the Enter button.

7. Use the Spotify Desktop Client

If the web player is still not fixed, you should try the Spotify desktop client.

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