When streaming music was just emerging, Tidal Music seized the opportunity in time and stood out among many platforms. Since then, Tidal Music has not been complacent and stagnant but has continued to innovate to meet the needs of users at different stages.
Tidal Connect is a special function provided by Tidal to meet the needs of some users. Tidal Connect offers an easier way to stream hi-res (or any quality) audio directly to Tidal Connect-compatible hardware, instead of streaming audio from the Tidal app on a phone or tablet to an audio device. When using Tidal Connect, it won’t go well all the time. There are occasional bumps when establishing the connection. Therefore, in this article, we will look at the specific solutions to fix the Tidal Connect not working issue. Let us begin.
What is Tidal Connect?
Although Tidal has made a lot of publicity on MQA technology, if you want to decode this high-resolution audio file, it is difficult for you to escape the control of the Tidal app. And Tidal Connect allows you to enjoy high-quality music in an easier way. Instead of streaming audio from the Tidal app on your phone or tablet to your audio device, this feature lets you stream high-res (or any quality) audio directly to Tidal Connect-compatible hardware over WiFi. This transmission process does not require the participation of third-party applications, which largely guarantees the original output sound quality of the songs.
Simply put, through this function, you can control the device that has been paired with it as long as you play music on Tidal. Your music is now available to play on selected speakers through Tidal Connect. It also allows you to make phone calls, watch videos, or listen to other audio from your device without interrupting the stream. Whether it is Tidal Free, Tidal HiFi, or Tidal HiFi Plus users can use this feature.
Solution 1: Check the network connection. Reconnect your network and try again.
Solution 2: Force stopping the Tidal Music app then restart it and try again.
Solution 3: Downgrading the Tidal app to fix the problem.
Solution 4: Uninstall the Tidal app and then reinstall it. If it won’t work you can try it again a few days later.