So I am moving to the Dominican Republic in a few months, and its going to totally suck when I can't listen to my pandora or slacker radio. I usually plug it into my dock and just let it play using my wifi. Is there anyway I can get it to work down there? I tried using hotshield vpn but it doesnt work anymore. Any other free options, apps on cydia, anything?
I'm using the real player to stream a bbc radio station, it's streaming at 64 bit rate, however my friend has a e71 the same link using real player stream at only 20 bit rate (a third). Does anyone know how to adjust this (as it's costing me 3 times as much). The only difference I can see is the real player version, where can I download older versions of real player or can someone recommend an apps will can stream.
Nokia E72-1 Software version 021.024, date 17/10/09. Type: RM-530
Up till a few months ago I regularly used TrackID on my Sony Ericson W580i to identify tracks on my local radio station (DJ's are USELESS they never say what the tracks are called!) But the last few months I keep getting the message 'Service Not Available' after the sound sample has been sent to wherever it goes. I understand the service itself is free, but in order to use the service you need to send the sound sample to get it analyzed and you have to pay a 'data transmission charge'. Has Sony discontinued the service? Or have they updated the Track ID system and I need to update my phone? Would save me having to text the DJ's for the track names.
Nokia X2-00, FW 4.90. When I bought this phone I was hoping that if there is no need of wired headset for the radio, I could listen to radio through a bluetooth handsfree. But ... this is not possible. The options for radio output are - loudspeaker or wired headset. May be Nokia will develop this very useful in my humble opinion) feature in the next firmware version.
I have been using Inernet Radio happily on my e63 for some time on the vodafone network in Australia and frequently listened over GPRS.I recently signed up to Telstra and the first time I started Internet Radio after inserting my new SIM I received a "terms and conditions" notice - as if this was the first time I was using it.
Now, only my WIFI access points and Telstra MMS are showing up in the available access points for internet radio - I can't see the Telstra Internet access point so I'm no longer able to to listen to Internet Radio over GPRS!!
I have this great bluetooth headset I use to work out with and I would love to be able to listen to the radio using these instead of having to plug in a wired headset. I know it uses the wired headset as a antenna so maybe there is a plug in antenna that will still let the music flow to the bluetooth headset?
how I can listen to radio which uses Real Player? I tried to download the beta, but was told it does not support the Xoom. This really feels like the early days of Windows Mobile - which ran on guess and a prayer..
Checked the forum and did not find any on this post! Ran my battery down to 4% and radio did not turn off. Has Rim done away with this feature? Not very often i have the battery down this low, and i know it is not good for the battery. I just wanted to see if it would turn off. I plugged my phone in at 4% so I did not run the battery any lower. I thought it was at 5% that it would turn off. Is the percentage lower? Or is RADIO OFF gone?
Has anyone had any luck getting an iPhone 4 from Radio Shack? How long after your name was on the list did you get a call? Does anyone know how much stock RS gets from Apple?I am on 2 list as of 10 days ago. I was like #30 on one and #15 on another.