In this post, we will discuss a Spotify error that says “Upstream Connect error Or Disconnect/Reset before headers. reset reason overflow Spotify”.
As per most of the users’ complaints, this error mainly occurs when users try to log in to their account or if they try to play anything.
As per our research if you are getting this error then you should try general troubleshoots such as restarting the system, checking for updates, etc., But if the error still continues then most probably the Spotify system is going through some system issues and you should wait till things get back to normal with the Spotify.
Fixes For Upstream Connect error… Reset Reason Overflow Spotify
- The first thing we suggest you do is to restart your internet and the device on which you are playing Spotify. Once your device and internet restart, check if the error still comes or not.
- If you are receiving this error on the Spotify app then check and make sure that you are using the latest version of the Spotify app.
- If you are using the Spotify web app from your browser then try using Spotify under your browser incognito/private mode to check if you are having the error because of the browser cache, or if there is something else that is causing this error.
- If the error still occurs then most probably the error is coming from Spotify’s end because of some system-wide issues with Spotify. You can visit https://status.spotify.dev & downdetector to check if any of the Spotify systems are having some issues. You can also try using Spotify from any other device if the error also comes over the other device then most likely Spotify is having some system-wide issue.
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