Download link for your convenience: respot.apk
I will make the .apk file available here on h3x.se instead for those that still use it.
The windows version of servify now uses libspotify v10. Unfortunately other issues have arisen with the linux version of libspotify. Therefore linux still uses the old version.
Thanks to those who tested this windows version.
New Spotify accounts that sign up through Facebook is unable to use Servify.
An upgrade of the libspotify version that Servify uses is needed in order to support the Facebook logins.
Update: Facebook accounts can use Servify with their device login. Read more here: https://sonos.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/sonos.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=1166
Another tip submitted by a user:
Tip for autostarting Servify on a Mac:
Create this one-line AppleScript in AppleScript Editor:
do shell script "cd /Applications/Servify; mono Servify.exe username password 1337 320 >/dev/null 2>&1 &"
Save the script as a run-only application. Finally add the saved application to the Login items of your account settings.
Details at http://iloapp.vidartysse.net/blog/vidarismer?Home&post=5
submitted by a user on the facebook page:
small tip for those who want to run the .bat file unvisible: make a .vbs file with the following lines in it:
Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
WshShell.Run chr(34) & "C:\Program Files\servify\remote_spotify.bat" & Chr(34), 0
Set WshShell = Nothing
please make sure that you enter the right path to your .bat file, but that's obvious I think. you could place this .vbs file into your startup folder.
Rockboxee is basing a new Boxee client/plugin on Servify in order to bring Spotify to the Boxee application.
Sneak preview of the client can be seen here: http://vimeo.com/19875428
Hopefully this will also mean that Servify can get an XBMC client/plugin!
We think this is awesome! 😉
Last update has been received well (if Android Market ratings is anything to go by) - Thanks!
Of course, there has been issues with the new release - especially on the Servify side. I am working to resolve these, thanks to all who has filed bug reports to me the last couple of days.
The OpenAL audio backend is implemented and tested on all platforms.
This means one and the same audio backend is used on all platforms (Windows, OS X, Linux) and more importantly it is (hopefully) a more stable solution. Particularly on Linux and OS X platforms.
The downside is that another external dependency may have to be installed.
For Windows and OS X, go here: http://connect.creativelabs.com/openal/Downloads/Forms/AllItems.aspx
For Linux (Ubuntu!) you install the following package: libopenal1
Small bugfixes, incremental improvements. Expect more rapid development here soon.
Small features implemented:
+"DEL" key to remove from queue
Please report any new issues, regressions, bugs etc ASAP! (as comment to this post or email)
Been working on a new audio backend for playback, leveraging OpenAL (via OpenTK) which is a cross-platform audio library.
Unfortunately there's a regression on the windows build which is why there's not been any updates in a while.
The (in)famous error: "HRESULT: 0x800703E6" has reared its ugly head... Hopefully this gets resolved soon.