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Fix Spotify Error Code 4 | “No Internet Connection Detected”

Fix Spotify error code 4 - No Internet Connection Detected

Today, there has been missive reports of Spotify, the music streaming website not working for users around the world and they are faced with Spotify Error Code 4 with the message, “No internet connection detected.” The error is preventing users from accessing the music streaming service or searching for anything on the website. What’s puzzling is that the users who encounter the problem have reliable and functioning internet connection. They are able to use everything else on the internet but Spotify. When the users try to search for something, they are told “no offline results found.” Stick around and we will tell you everything about the error and possible solutions.

Is Spotify Down | Error Code 4 “No Internet Connection Detected”

There is definitely a problem with Spotify as users on both mobile and desktop started reporting various kinds of issues with the service starting early morning in North America and Europe.

Those using Spotify on PC or desktop have been coming across the error message, “No internet connection detected. Spotify will automatically try to reconnect when it detects an internet connection (error code: 4).” While users on mobile are simply unable to stream music without any error message or code. Needless to say, it’s a stressing situation for users on both platforms as they are unable to access the services of Spotify. Keep reading and we will provide some insight on how to fix the issue.

Fix Spotify Error Code 4 | “No Internet Connection Detected”

Even when the service is down and online music cannot be played, you still have access to the offline library and can use it to listen to your favourite music. So, users at least don’t have to stay away from music altogether. You can use the library you have downloaded to listen to the music.

Unfortunately, there is no hotfix you can apply that will fix the issue altogether as the problem is on the server end and it’s not in your control. All you can do is hope that Spotify get to the bottom of the issue as quick as possible and the Spotify error code 4 is resolved.

The good news in all of this is that the company is aware of the issue and here is what they said on Twitter, “Something’s not quite right, and we’re looking into it. Thanks for your reports!”

Once the issue has been resolved, you should be able to reconnect to Spotify without any problems and use its services. Until then, enjoy the offline mode or consider other options for streaming music.    

Tim Blisz
I am an avid gamer who loves to write about games. When not writing, I like to cook and play first-person shooter video games.

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