Workaround for Spotify on PS4 / Xbox down and not working problem
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This story lists details corresponding to multiple outages that happened today. Scroll down to see info on the outage you are looking for.
Lloyds bank service outage
After Wells Fargo had a major outage late last week, now it’s coming to light that Lloyds bank’s app and website are not working at the moment. Customers are taking to social media platforms to share the issues they are facing.
Here are some reports:
— Kevin Beaumont (@GossiTheDog) February 11, 2019
— Rachel (@rachel_bassy) February 11, 2019
#asklloydsbank. Lloyds website down .no answer from DM to their Twitter feed.
— Ed W (@Earbashingdrawl) February 11, 2019
Unfortunately it doesn't seem to work for thousands of customer. #lloydsbank Along with thousands of others, I cannot get access to online banking this morning.
— Richard Branch (@Rich5ltr) February 11, 2019
For its part, the bank say they are aware of the problem.
Hi I'm GD. We're aware that some of our customers are experiencing problems accessing our online services. We're working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible, and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
— Lloyds Bank (@AskLloydsBank) February 11, 2019
The following set of tweets suggest there could be a DNS issue:
— Tim Bray 🇪🇺 🏃🤸 (@kooky_uk) February 11, 2019
I'm wondering if they mesed up their dnssec. https://t.co/oCqtYz8FEm does not look well.
— Tim Bray 🇪🇺 🏃🤸 (@kooky_uk) February 11, 2019
Yes, the online[.]lloydsbank[.]co[.]uk record is show as bogus and therefore I suspect some resolvers are refusing the cache the records.
— Paul Barton (@barton_paul) February 11, 2019
Here is some more analysis on the ongoing issue:
On the upside it's just sprung to life for me. They use akamai so maybe its on their end pic.twitter.com/3tMesra6RF
— Chris McKee (@chrismckee) February 11, 2019
something to do with their setup
— Frankie H. (@lazy_frankie) February 11, 2019
Beachbody On Demand outage
Meanwhile, it’s also coming to light that the beachbody on demand service is down at the moment.
Yup, same!! So freaking annoyed! side note for future.. you can save workouts on the app for offline use. Will definitely be saving some for the future! Still beyond annoyed!
— Ryan Cochrane (@RyanCo_) February 11, 2019
Nothing like waking up at 4am to workout before flying only to have a broken app!
— Greg Burgess (@geburgess) February 11, 2019
@Beachbody is the site down?
— Joel (@joelmd70) February 11, 2019
The team behind the service hasn’t said anything at the moment. We’ll update the story as and when we have more information on the matter.
Spotify not working on PS4 and xbox
It’s now coming to light that music streaming service Spotify is currently acting glitchy for users of Sony PS4 and Microsoft Xbox gaming consoles.
Here are a few reports:
@Spotify I’m trying to listen to music via my Xbox one but when I play a song it only plays 2 seconds of the song then pauses.
— Isaac G. (@gotfigment) February 11, 2019
@1GunnaGunna tell these people to fix Spotify on PS4 so we can listen, they won’t listen
— Anthony Mitchell (@AjTheKid1999) February 11, 2019
@SpotifyCares spotify theres a glitch on ps4 that stops the music everytime i start it even wen i go to the app it still stop too fix it plz
— Dip 25 (@Dip253) February 11, 2019
@spotify fix your app on ps4 and xbox i cant listen to a song for more than 2 seconds
— malaika (@iixMalaikaxii) February 11, 2019
We haven’t come across an official word from any of the parties involved, but rest assured as we are keeping a good watch, and will update the story as soon as we notice something news worthy.
Here’s what Spotify suggests:
¡Hola! La ayuda está aquí. En este caso, te recomendamos cerrar sesión y volver a iniciar, también reinicia tu router y finalmente reinstala la aplicación. Si esto persiste, envíanos un MD con el correo asociado a tu cuenta. Quedamos atentos https://t.co/hREUDY7M5O
— SpotifyAyuda (@SpotifyAyuda) February 11, 2019
Here’s the translated version of the company’s response:
In this case, we recommend you logout and restart, also restart the router and finally restart the application
Do try this out, and let us know your experience.
Microsoft says they are in touch with Spotify over the matter:
We see your reports of songs pausing shortly after playing music in the Spotify app on Xbox One. We will pass this information along to our partners and see if we can get to the bottom of this. Thanks for reporting to us!
— Xbox Support (@XboxSupport) February 11, 2019
Meanwhile, Spotify says the matter is being investigated:
For details, head here.
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