Last.fm is not Scrobbling; How To Fix, on Spotify, Sonos is compatible with Last.FM. Describe Scrobbling. A program called Scrobbling records your listening patterns and publishes them to your Last.fm account. Each time a track is played, it is “scrobbled” (also known as added) to your Last.fm account.
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Last.fm is not Scrobbling; How To Fix
It’s rather common that sometimes Spotify desktop client doesn’t seem to scrobble to last.fm. Usually the missing scrobbles become visible a little later.
Disconnecting and reconnecting the last.fm application to your Spotify account should help clear things out as well. Make sure to remove the last.fm app from the list of your approved apps too before reconnecting last.fm to Spotify, you can do it here.
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