Fix Spotify on Yamaha Receivers

Fix Spotify on Yamaha Receivers
Fix works for the following models:
RX-V475, RX-V575, RX-V675, RX-V775, RX-A730, RX-A830, RX-A1030, RX-A2030, RX-A3030, RX-S600, CX-A5000, HTR-4066, HTR-5066, HTR-6066, HTR-7066, RX-V1075, RX-V2075, RX-V3075, RX-S600D, RX-V500D, TSR-6750, RX-V477, RX-V577, RX-V677, RX-V777, RX-A740, RX-A840, RX-A1040, RX-A2040, RX-A3040, HTR-4067, HTR-5067, HTR-6067, RX-V1077, RX-V2077, RX-V3077, TSR-5770, R-N500, CD-N301, R-N301, CRX-N560, CRX-N560D.
Spotify recently updated their API which has caused Yamaha to update the way they retrieve Spotify from their servers. If your Spotify stopped working for some reason, you will need to update the firmware on your Yamaha product.
If possible it is always best to update via a Wired network or via USB. However it will also work on many models over your Wireless Network. This tip will focus on how to easily update your network receiver
Home Theater Models:
This includes RX-A and RX-V series receivers.
Turn off your receiver
While holding down the “Straight” button, press the power on button
Advanced Setup should pop up on screen
Press the program right button until update appears
Press “Straight” until network appears
Press the “Info” button
The update takes up to 40 minutes to complete
Stereo Models:
This includes the R-N301, R-N500 and CD-N301. Please have a look in your product manual as the update procedure is unique.
If you are still having trouble, get in touch with us in store and we will be able to help.

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