Yes, Spotify has gained lots of attention from live streaming fans. Because it contains all of the facilities a user could want from a live streaming platform. However, there are some users who are facing Spotify error code 4. Such users can get help from this article because it contains a bunch of troubleshooting tips to bypass this error. Because if they are unable to connect with Spotify, then how can they enjoy their favorite music channels & tracks.
4 Ways to Fix Spotify Error Code 4
Tweak Windows Firewall Settings
- Launch Control Panel from the Start menu.
- Navigate to System and Security >> Windows Defender Firewall
- Click on Allow an app from the left pane
- Hit the Change Settings button and then check the Spotify Music checkbox.
- Close the tab and check if the problem persists or not.
Note: If you are using a third-party antivirus, then disable it as well.
Customize DNS Address
- Open Control Panel on Windows 10.
- Go to Network and Internet >> Network and Sharing Center
- Click on Change Adapter Settings from the left pane.
- Right-click on the connected network and select Properties
- Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and hit Properties
- Hit the Use the following DNS server addresses bullet.
- Enter the value as prescribed below:
- Preferred DNS Server: 184.108.40.206
- Alternate DNS Server: 220.127.116.11
- Click on the Ok button to save changes.
Personalize Proxy Settings
- Launch Spotify Settings
- Hit Show Advanced Settings
- From the Proxy section, select Auto-Detect
- Click on Update Proxy
- Try using Spotify.
- Launch Windows 10 Settings by pressing Win + I keys.
- Navigate to Apps
- Select Spotify from the list of installed apps. (use the search bar if you are unable to locate it)
- Click on Uninstall and follow the onscreen prompts.
- Once the software is uninstalled, restart your PC.
- Now when the PC reboots, download & install Spotify from a trusted source.
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