The device needs to be connected to the internet to play new music and to download music. When you change music, the player will automatically start to download the new songs. If you changed the current soundtrack or playlist, but still experience that your device is playing songs from the old one, it's usually because the player hasn't downloaded the new music yet. Troubleshoot this by doing the following:
1. Check your internet connection
Check if you have an Internet connection by visiting a random website, e.g. www.soundtrackyourbrand.com. If the network doesn’t work, please troubleshoot your internet connection.
2. Clear the cache
If you want to remove all songs saved from the old soundtrack or playlist, we suggest you clear the cache on your device. The device will delete download songs and start downloading new ones from the soundtrack or playlist that you picked. This could, for instance, be helpful if you scheduled holiday music to play in December and want to make sure no songs like that play in January.
3. Check that music is scheduled
If you're using a schedule, make sure music is set to play on the time and day when you want it to play. Log in to your account, go to "Your Music" and open the assigned schedule. If the schedule is set for the wrong time, you can easily adjust the time when the music should start and stop.
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