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Thanks, this is with the phone resting on the rack, directly connected via cable to the amp.
The part that gets me most confused though is that if it's Wi-Fi related, why would the app spontaneously start playing when the song is supposed to be paused? And why skip to the next song instead of starting from the point it was paused? There is no data exchange, or perhaps more correctly stated, there should be no data exchange required between the phone and anything else. It just seems like a flaky app.
OK, I'll try the delete and reinstall and then learn why matt figures it won't work the way Tidal suggests.
In terms of the rest of Matt's comments.... I don't know what LTB means, or how to set up a music server yet. I'm planning on doing that - I guess I'm a little slow moving to the future. I'm still listening to CDs and vinyl, but I have started ripping a bunch of my CDs onto a big drive in preparation. I'll look at Aurender and start some education.
We are sorry for this inconvenience. Our backend operations team is aware of these playback issues, and they are working very hard to get this problem resolved in in a timely manner. At this time our operations team is in discussions with potential delivery service providers so that we can improve the reliability of TIDAL when streaming, and so that we can keep up with demand. We have provided you with a complimentary month of service, in hopes that by the time you encounter your next charge from TIDAL these issues will be resolved.
i had similar problems with tidal on my phone (rarely if ever on my pc)--as posited above, i'd venture that it does have to do with streaming such high bit rates on a mobile platform. it ended up being a deal-killer for me--i switched back to spotify, which works seamlessly on my phone, albeit at the cost of better sound. i do hope tidal resolves the problem, since it really does have a lot to offer.
Thanks for that suggestion elevick.
I have tried:
Uninstalling and reinstalling the app.
Cycling the router on and off.
Playing the playlist "off-line".
The action that seem to have the biggest difference was power cycling the router and restarting computer(that uses most bandwidth).
Nothing has completely resolve the issue though.