Hi Community and BOSE,
To say it in a polite way - what were you (BOSE) thinking when designing the SoundTouch app - not user friendliness for sure.
I have Bose soundtouch 10 and 20 at home and have just ordered the Bose Lifestyle 600 for our home - and I am seriously considering to revoke my order due to the exhausting and painstaking process of setting up the software on two iPhones.
You claim that when I am setting up my Bose account and I am connecting my sound system to the network, it should be easy peasy to setup on other devices - as my daughters iPhone. But far from....
I had to run the setup process on her phone and the speakers all over again. That is crazy. The speakers should be visible on my network, but starting the software setup on my daughters phone, I had to run the entire setup once again.
We have just bought Spotify Premium Family in order for us to seperate our accounts. And that is apparently not supportet on SoundTouch. My daughter was the first one to use Spotify via the SoundTouch app - there's not even a way to log her out of the app and log me in instead. Once logged in - the SoundTouch app apears to be married with her account. Now that Spotify is excluded from having multiple acounts in the SoundTouch app, it should be possible to log out any given account and log in with another account.
- How come that my speakers are not visible at network in a way that when activating a new SoundTouch app with my Bose account?
- How come that only one unit can be Bluetooth paired with the system at the time?
- How come that the system can only be activated with one Spotify account?