Hey, Gerald, I see now that I replied to a forum/thread that was dealing with Apple/Mac platforms. My apologies for not being more attentive--I am kind of desperate to figure out what's going on, so I was reaching earlier, trying to see of someone was experiencing similar issues. 1--I mostly listen on the desktop app (Win 11 at Home, Win 10 at work). 2--When on my device/phone, I am using the app (Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G Ultra). 3--No error message. This problem just started yesterday up in my office and it is doing the same thing at home. Only on my Win 10 & 11 Machines. (The one at home is a Dell G7 17 Gaming Laptop (not a gamer, just wanted the gaming power for regular sh*t and to run multiple programs Adobe, Office, Pandora, Firefox, Zoom, and other platforms without the sacrificing speed & power). The joint at work is a Bytespeed which is a custom build desktop that is also pretty fast--it runs Win 10. 4--Here is what I see, in steps. --The first pic is what I see when I open the Pandora App. --The second pic is the playlist I wish to shuffle. --The third is where we end up after pressing the shuffle icon next to the play icon. I love Madlib and His Yesterdays New Quintet, no doubt, but that vibe is nowhere near the Brad Mehldau vibe I've been on today. Thanks, Gerald. Hopes this gives you some more insight into what's going on. Phrccino.
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This sounds similar to a problem I just started yesterday. I go to my playlists, find a playlist to which I want to listen, and hit shuffle. Instead shuffling inside that playlist, it goes to some global shuffle station and play random songs. Not only do I not know where this station came from but Up until yesterday, I could shuffle inside of a particular playlist if I wanted to. Pandora, y'all need to leave well enough alone and stop making all these changes that are counter-intuitive to a working/vibing listening experience. I may have to take my $110 to another platform. 😄 Thanks and help!!! Kelvin (daFunkDealer)
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