Many users are complaining that they are getting the 412 error on the Spotify application. In some of the cases, the users face this error while trying to sign in to their Facebook account in the Spotify app. This error does not occur in any particular Windows version. It can occur in Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. To fix this issue, you need to follow the instructions mentioned below.

Here’s How to Fix Spotify Error 412

· Re-authorize the Spotify application on your Facebook account

1. Sign in to the Facebook account.

2. It is located on the system desktop.

3. Click on the Settings tab.

4. You need to use the pull-down list.

5. It is located in the upper right-hand side of the screen.

6. In the settings tab, press on the Apps and Websites option.

7. It is given on the left corner of the screen.

8. After that, press on the Expired option.

9. Press on the Spotify application.

10. It is located on the Expired Apps and Websites menu list.

11. In the next menu, press on the Renew Access option.

12. It is located in the end right-hand side of the display.

13. Go back to the Spotify application.

14. Sign in to the Facebook account by entering a username and password.

15. Now, you need to check whether you have fixed Spotify error 412 or not.

· Use the UWP Spotify app on your Windows 10 PC

1. Click on the Windows and R keys together.

2. It will launch the Run prompt box.

3. Enter “appwiz.cpl” in the search bar.

4. Click on the Enter option.

5. It will launch the Programs and Features menu.

6. In the Programs and Features menu, go to the menu list of all the apps that are currently available now, you need to right-click on the Spotify app.

7. Select the Uninstall option.

8. After uninstalling the Spotify app, start the system again.

9. After completing the next procedure, click on the Windows and R keys together.

10. It will launch any other Run prompt box.

11. Enter “ms-windows-store://home” on the given box.

12. Click on the Enter option.

13. It will launch the Microsoft Store application.

14. Start using the search bar to search for the UWP Spotify application.

15. After that, press on the Get to download it an option.

16. Go to the Spotify UWP version.

17. You need to check if this error is fixed or not.

· Uninstall and Disable the Firewall

1. You need to uninstall the third-party application or turn off the firewall feature.

2. You need to create an exception rule for the Spotify application.

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