- Go to Settings and in the bottom select to "Delete cache and saved data". You will be logged out.
- Log in again and go to Settings and set Download/Stream Quality to "Extreme Quality"
- Download your playlists and they will be saved to SD card.
Thanks to user nomadjr for the info
The old version of the "hack" which is no longer needed:
The old version of the "hack" which is no longer needed: Found this info on the Spotify forums and thought I'd share it with you guys. It enables Spotify to save your downloaded/offline playlists to your external SD card without using any other apps such as DirectoryBind and Apps2SD and whatever. Basically you install a previous version of Spotify which supported selecting SD storage (no idea why this feature was removed!) and then upgrading to the latest version while keeping that feature intact.
- 1. Uninstall Spotify and check that the Spotify folder in sdcard/Android/data has been removed.
- 2. Install the old version of Spotify from here
- 3. Start the app and don't log in (if you are logged in auto, log out) and press the menu button and select the SD storage option.
- 4. Change the standard location to /mnt/extSdCard or /storage/extSdCard and then log in (if it bugs when you log in, just exit the app and try again)
- 5. Select a single playlist to download/offline play and let it finish downloading before you go to the next step. Don't download all your music here, just a little playlist with a few songs is enough.
- 6. Go to the Play Store and update the Spotify app to the newest version.
- 7. Now enable Extreme Quality in the new Spotify app and begin downloading all your play lists :) Provided you did everything correctly, Spotify will now save all offline/downloaded music to the external SD card now until you uninstall the app (unknown if future updates will break this feature)