How To Fix Spotify Error Code 409 (The Login Error)

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Are you facing Spotify error code 409 when trying to log in to your account? Continue reading this guide to know the causes and solutions.

The error “Login failed error: 409” is affecting Desktop/Android/iOS users. Users are seeing this error when they are trying to log in to the Spotify desktop app. However, android and iOS users are also troubled by this error.

Spotify premium users are also not away of this error. 

As the platform has a huge user base, the error is affecting a number of users.

In this guide, you’ll learn what this error code is and how to fix it and start enjoying songs/music/podcasts on Spotify right away.

Fix Spotify Error Code 409

What Causes Spotify Error Code 409?

Error code 409 on Spotify appears because you are using an old version of the app and it needs to be updated to the latest version. 

The iPhone 4 or 4th generation iPod Touch is no longer supported by Spotify. You will need to be using an iPhone running at least iOS 14 for the app to run optimally.

So basically, the error code 409 is related to the compatibility issue that will be fixed once you update the app or your OS version.

How to Fix Spotify Error Code 409?

To fix error code 409 on Spotify, you will need to update the app to its latest version. To do this, you can uninstall dn reinstall the app.

As an alternative way, you can download the app from the Microsoft Store or use the Spotify Web Player.

Uninstall and Reinstall Spotify

Uninstalling and reinstalling Spotify will automatically install the latest version of the application and will also fix the error code.

For Windows

ReadHow to Uninstall Spotify on Windows PC

For Mac

To uninstall Spotify on MAC, there are two ways. The first is by manually and the second one is using a third-party application. 

After uninstalling the application, visit and download and install the app again.

For Android/iOS

  • Tap and hold on to the app icon and select delete.
  • Visit Play/App Store.
  • Search for “Spotify” and install it.

Download Spotify from the Microsoft Store

  • Open Microsoft Store.
  • Search for “Spotify” and then click on the “Get” button.
  • After downloading and installing, open the app and sign into your Spotify account.

Update your Device’s OS

Older device OS can also cause the error. Updating your device’s OS should be your choice of action.

For Android

  • Open the Settings app and select “System” followed by “System update”.
  • If there’s an update available, install it by following the on-screen instructions.

iOS Users

  • Open the Settings app and select “General” followed by “Software update”.
  • If there’s an update available, select “Download and Install”.

For Windows

  • Open Settings app.
  • Click on “Update & Security.”
  • Click on “Check for Updates.”
  • If there is any update available, install it.

ReadHow to download a Windows update manually

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