How to remove Tidal

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    Hi Jim

    If you select Configure Music Services in the Configure Player menu, under Tidal, there should be an option to Logout and remove it from your navigation drawer.

    Sorry to hear it didn't work out for you.

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    Hans Damgaard

    bluesound 2.0: So, March 2016, eight months after this no use answer, you STILL have not addressed a very, very, very simple issue: HOW TO REMOVE A MUSIC SERVICE LISTING FROM THE MENU. The answer given above is not valid. Do you think what before another eight months (maybe eight years) you could find the energy to make a start-to-finish manual that is actually usefull. Instead of this heap of more or less randomized of answer and non-answers that bears the name 'Online help' It is a Facebookquesk shitpile, instead of a proper technical page to find help in setting up a tecnical product. Remove the fance 2.0 startup banner with a happy guy sitting in a happy sofa listening to happy music. Focus on making you great little player accessible for people who actually use it and wants control over it. Get back to technical, for Gods sake. Thank you, and pretty please with sugar on top. 

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    Nigel

    In case anyone else comes across this when searching for answers to same: you can remove any music service (except Radio Paradise?) by going into the More Music menu, clicking on the service in question and logging out. It will no longer appear in your menu. Works on Qobuz and Tidal definitely.

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