Spotify failed to migrate some of your data – How to fix it


You can use Spotify not only on your smartphone but on your Windows PC as well. All you have to do is get the app from the Microsoft Store and log in. Most of the time, the app and the service work like a charm. On some occasions, users faced the issue when the error message saying “Spotify failed to migrate some of your data” shows up. Let’s see how to fix it.

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For some users, removing the app from the PC and installing it again did the work. However, many who tried the same didn’t fix the issue. Here is another thing to do:

  • Open Task Manager on your PC (ctrl+alt+delete), and close all Spotify processes that are running
  • Go to {User}\AppData\Roaming and delete Spotify folders
  • Go to {User]\AppData\Local\Packages and delete Spotify folders from there as well
  • Uninstall the Spotify app (Windows version)
  • Next, you will have to delete the registry key for the Spotify app

:Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\

Once you complete all these steps, head over to Microsoft Store and download the Spotify app. Run the app after installation. It should work normally, and no errors should appear.