Spotify Error Code 6 Solved for Mac & Windows

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Error code 6 What is it? What makes this particular mistake is so annoying is that it can happen quite a lot at any time, and so it can be really difficult to remove. The error occurs when you try to start the Spotify app (application). It does not matter if you are using a Mac or PC. Unfortunately this error affects both. After the error occurs, the entire Spotify application drops down, and after a few seconds, the app will end by itself. If you then try to start it again you will just know that the same thing will happen. Once you are affected by this error code, you can not access the Spotify app until you fix it.

Spotify Web Player
Despite being less than ideal for many users, however, there is a quick fix to fix these errors. If you are not able to start the Spotify app due to this error, you can use Spotify web players. Of course, if you do, this is or not. This is not ideal as a long term solution, but if you are in a hurry to use the Spotify could do the trick.

So it could work as a temporary solution, but it does not matter. Of course, if you only use the web player, you will never run into these errors, since this version, fortunately, free of it. And if you use this App every time you listen to music on your Mac or Windows computer, a sudden transfer to a web player can be very frustrating.

Version not only this version is less intuitive and a bit more tortuous when I had to use it but some users have reported that they have problems accessing or playing all of their music on the web player compared to the application.

So if you have a Mac computer, here is what you should do:

  1. Take your Mac computer.
  2. Click on the Spotify app from the menu bar.
  3. Click “Leave Spotify”.
  4. Then you must open your search.
  5. And click the library from the menu bar. If you can not find it, press the ALT key on your keyboard and it will be displayed.
  6. Then open caches.
  7. Then the following folders are on: com.spotify.client.
  8. Delete folders
  9. After you delete a folder, you must open the application support.
  10. To support the application, you should use the following folder: Spotify.
  11. Delete folders
  12. Finally, go to the Spotify site and go to Download and Install Spotify application.

If you have a Windows computer (which is more like the Windows 8 or Windows 10), you need the following steps:

  1. Take your Windows computer.
  2. Click Archive.
  3. Then click on Finish.
  4. Next, press Start on Control Panel.
  5. Under all options, select the program. This action causes the various options to be displayed.
  6. From all new options, select Programs and Features. This action returns new options.
  7. From the list of all the different programs and functions select Spotify.
  8. Click Uninstall. If you are using Windows XP computer, then you must open the Add or Remove Programs, select Spotify, then click Change or Remove.
  9. Finally, go to the Spotify site and go to Download and Install Spotify application.

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