I have been playing songs using Tidal through BluOS on a Windows 10 computer. Much to my surprise and horror after months of use, I have discovered that, when I save a Tidal song to a Tidal playlist, BluOS confirms that the save-song action completed, but when I check the playlist, the song has, in fact, not be saved. Effectively nothing happens.
Also, when opening an existing Tidal playlist to view the songs, I cannot see more than the first 29 songs, making it impossible to check a save-song action if the playlist has more than 29 songs.
Effectively using Tidal playlists on BluOS in windows is useless, unless, of course, there is a secrete which I am hoping someone will reveal.
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