Login via userToken
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How do I get my userToken?

To login while using the server mode or the mobile app you need to get your own userToken.
Following one of the guides below you can get one.
Tokens last 3 months, after that you need to login again and get the new arl

PC

Chrome (Easy way)

  • Open Chrome
  • Go to www.deezer.com and log into your account
  • Click on the little "lock" icon next the URL
  • Click on Cookies > deezer.com > cookies > arl
  • Select the string next to Content, and Copy
  • Paste the value it into the login form
  • Hit the "Update userToken" button on Deezloader

Chrome

  • Open Chrome
  • Go to www.deezer.com and log into your account
  • After logging in press F12 to open up Developer Tools
  • Go under the Application tab (if you don't see it click the double arrow)
  • Open the cookie dropdown
  • Select www.deezer.com
  • Find the arl cookie (It should be 192 chars long)
  • Copypaste the value it into the login form
  • Hit the "Update userToken" button on Deezloader

Here's a video guide

Firefox

  • Open Firefox
  • Go to www.deezer.com and log into your account
  • Afer logging in press F12 to open up Developer Tools
  • Go under the Storage tab (if you don't see it click the double arrow)
  • Open the cookie dropdown
  • Select www.deezer.com
  • Find the arl cookie (It should be 192 chars long)
  • Copypaste the value it into the login form
  • Make sure only the value is copied and not the entire cookie
  • Hit the "Update userToken" button on Deezloader

Android

Firefox

  • Install firefox (if you don't have it)
  • Get some extension to change your useragent
  • Get the extension "cookie manager"
  • Change your useragent to some browser on pc
  • Login to deezer.com
  • Go on cookie manager and search for "arl"
  • Copy the value to Deezloader
  • Hit the "Update userToken" button on Deezloader

IF AFTER LOGGING IN YOU CAN'T FIND THE ARL COOKIE OR YOU GET SENT TO THE PLAYSTORE THEN YOUR USERAGENT CHANGER DIDN'T WORK

Thanks to uh hey for the Android method