Lucky Patchers spotify has been offline for the past couple of days, but it appears to have been fixed.
The app has been plagued with issues in recent months and is one of the most popular free Spotify plugins, so it’s not surprising it’s gone down.
However, users have been reporting the app has gone down because of a bug that has been found.
The issue involves a bug in the plugin’s installation.
The plugin does not download the audio files directly from the Spotify servers.
Instead, the plugin uses the Spotify Cloud API to fetch the files.
Unfortunately, this has resulted in the Spotify app not downloading the audio, even when the plugin was configured to download.
Spotify has confirmed the issue has been fixed and users are able to download the files again.
Spotify users can check the plugin is back online by opening the app’s Settings menu and tapping on the Update and Download button.
You will need to enable the app to download again in order to see the Spotify icon appear on your screen again.
The update also fixes the issue where the app sometimes would crash when playing a song in the background.
Users have reported the problem is limited to users who are using the plugin on a computer that is not on a network.
Spotify will not be able to remove the plugin unless it is removed from the internet.
The Spotify app is not currently available on Google Play or the App Store.