- Open the Spotify app.
- Go to the Now Playing screen.
- At the bottom of the screen
- Tap Devices Available and select your Sonos speaker or group.
How to Setup Sonos With Alexa And Spotify
Play Music from Spotify straight to Sonos
Your Sonos connection with Spotify may be lost for a variety of reasons, one of which being connectivity issues. The speakers’ Bluetooth link with the device running the Sonos app might drop; Spotify can’t connect to Sonos. There could also be a problem with your home’s network.
To start streaming Spotify through the Pandora app, you’ll need to download and install it on your control device—typically a smartphone, tablet, or computer. Make sure both the Pandora app and your chosen product(s) are connected to the same wireless network. Open Spotify on your phone, sign in to your subscription account, and choose a song to begin listening to.
To add a new streaming service, such as Spotify, to your Sonos system, you’ll first need to access your library of music services in the Settings menu and then add a service. After that, scroll down until you find Spotify. To listen to Spotify on your Sonos system, you’ll need to sign in or create an account with the streaming service.
You may play what you’re listening to on your Android phone on a Sonos speaker over WiFi without even opening the Sonos app as long as you’re on the same wireless network and using Android.
The following is a partial list of Spotify’s recent changes, as mentioned in the Google Play change log: Do you wish to use Spotify Connect on any speakers? Connect a phone or tablet to both a charger and your speakers. Use another device as a remote while logged into the same Spotify account on another device.
So, if you want to play a certain playlist, simply say the following voice command: “Play [insert playlist name].” If you wish to hear your own playlist, things function in much the same way.