I keep pulling sites from the internet, but nothing truly works well if not at all.I'm actually a talk radio junky, so I'd like to get some AM stations to play on my device.I had vuivision working before they got pulled, streaming television, so I know there's no problem streaming media.
OK I'm totally a newbie with BlackBerry and this is my second post on here.I live here in the US but I'm Brazilian and am going crazy over the world cup.I want really badly to stream live radio via the browser on BB but it won't work because it needs a Flash Plug In for one station and a Windows Media Player for another.Is there anyway that we can stream live video and radio outside Sprint TV?
Does anyone know if it is possible to play streaming internet radio from the voyagers browser? I tried a bunch of websites that have streaming radio but each time i click on the link, nothing happens.Is there a site that actually works, is this functionality available? I tried using optimized and standard web GUI's.
I'm just wondering if the Vox or any other Windows Smartphone OS can be configured for use with SIP VOIP services like Vonage? I'm not talking about the PPC OS, but rather the Standard non-touch screen OS. If it's possible, can someone please post some instructions on how to configure it?
Wirelessly posted (Opera/9.60 (J2ME/MIDP; Opera Mini/4.2.13337/670; U; en) Presto/2.2.0)I hear slacker is for Americans only, but that some have gotten it to work in canada. Anybody know how or have an alternative application?
I have searched for this so I hope I dont get flamed. I heard that with Verizion and some other systems you are not allowed to stream radio, yet it seems alot of you use it. Even with the unlimited its not allowed. I even called 3 stores in my area and they didnt have a real answer. So any help I can get will help. I have the Curve is there one that works better on that phone? I even called direct to Verizion and talked to 3 different people and get 3 different answers.
So, my fav radio station is Klove (klove.com). They stream their music online and I often listen thru their website, so I thought, use your new BB to listen to it! But every time I try to stream their music thru my BB, I am asked if I have Windows Media or Real Player and am unable to make it work.I opened a thread on here asking about streaming radio and was told to try Moodio.fm. I did, but Moodio.fm just brought me back to that same page (asking if I had Windows Media or Real Player).I'm at my wits' end! Surely there is a way to listen to streaming radio without paying for XM! Does the BB browser or Opera Mini have Windows Media or Real Player?
I have Pandora, and while it has some fun features. And I enjoy listening to it. I would like to download a streaming radio of sorts.. so with that said. anyone have any ideas or opinions on which way to turn? and any reasons why?
my contract is up and i'm eligible for upgrade. been considering curve and pearl. have settled on curve for larger screen. it's most important to me that i have a good browser and that the device supports streaming radio, Internet and the like.can someone tell me which blackberry would be the best option for this?i can get curve for around $50. not sure what the bold will cost or when it's available. i'm on verizon network.
I had an iPhone and went back to blackberry because the call quality was 100% better but I loved pandora radio that was on iPhone and I tried getting it on the Blackberry but its not compatible. Is there any other program out there that is similar to Pandora?
I can't get the Touch to continually stream my radio station to my Motorola headset. When I click on the Call Button it will stream it for 10 seconds then WMP will just play it on the Touch speakers. Is there a way to make The Touch and its built-in WMP stream via bluetooth, only? Do anyone of you guys do that?
I am considering getting an iPhone, I know the iPhone does not have a radio transmitter, I was wondering if there are any apps out there that allows for local radio streaming (since most radio stations or at least the ones I listen to stream online also)?
I used to have a Bold that could stream internet radios with no problems through Mobiola Xplayer or Moodio. I changed for an Iphone for about 3 months and now I'm back with the Bold and for some reason it won't work. Moodio doesn't work at all, I get a message that With Xplayer it says Preparing then Buffering for about 2 mins before it starts to play and stays on about 20seconds or so before it says Preparing again. I have tried Flycast with the same result. Long time buffering and less than a minute of play . Could that be an OS problem ? ot the softwares ? or maybe the handset itself ? (its not the same one i had before). oddly enough, I downloaded Berrytunes and it streams for almost 2 hours non-stop until I stopped it. the only problem, Berrytunes station are preset only. u cannot add your stations to it. but that rules out the network being the problem. this is the one thing that's giving me second thoughts about switching back to BB. anybody else the same issues ? i had the same problem with OS 162,216 and 247.
Is there anything that I can buy/download that would let me search and play a specific song? Like pandora for iphone basically. I would just like to be able to play a certain song/artist when I feel like it without having to put music on my bold.
There is no pre-installed Fm radio on my Motorola Charm, though it there in the specifications. How can I play fm radio on my Charm without any internet streaming? Is there any android application which works in doing so?
Problem I am experiencing a problem with the version of Realplayer Mobile pre-loaded on a Nokia E90 running Symbian S60 (version s60.30.19.02M 10-May-2007 09:58:18). The problem occurs when trying to stream the BBC live radio feeds at www.bbc.co.uk/mobile/radio/listen after selecting an 'RM' feed there is a couple of seconds pause followed by the error message "Disconnected. Try connecting again?"
Environment The phone is connecting through my home wifi router (a Netgear WGT624v2) which acts as my network hub. This network hub services a home PC and a work laptop base station, via Ethernet cables, and also to various wifi devices such as PSP's, laptops and the phone.
The internet connection is supplied by a broadband router (an SMC SMC7404 BRA UK) connected into the wifi network hub via Ethernet.All devices - the mobile, the hub, the broadband router - are running on the current firmware versions.
The wifi connection to the phone works for both web and email. Realplayer mobile plays video and music files.
Further Information I can successfully stream the www.bbc.co.uk/mobile/radio/listen feeds over my home PC (Windows XP service pack 3) using RealPlayer (Version 11.0.3 Helix Powered Build: 126.96.36.1996) which obviously routes through the wifi hub and the broadband router.
On casting around various forums I notice that there may be an issue with Realplayer mobile using different ports than Realplayer. Although, there seems to be no official information on the port settings someone has suggested the range of 6970 to 7170 on UDP is correct. Although, I'm uncomfortable opening such a large range I have allowed port forwarding on the wifi hub to the mobile (no, the mobile is not using a static IP address but I have confirmed that the IP address is correct).
I have also opened both 6970 and 7170 ports on the broadband router for UDP (note not the full range.Correspondingly, the Realplyer mobile Streaming settings on the phone are :
Help ?I'm obviously looking for some guidance here. Can someone please solve my problem ?I'd like to know:
¢ Why is realplayer mobile is connecting in a different way to realplayer ? ¢ What are the ports that realplayer mobile requires, and why does it need them ? ¢ Is there anything else I need to do to get this thing working ?
I recently (Aug 2014) updated my iphone 4 and now I am unable to stream any radio from apps on my phone.For example "Tune in " app.Phone wont even start to buffer ! Have tried turning phone right off and on again but this made no difference.
Sorry if this question has already been posted.I live in the uk and recently got a blackberry 8900 curve with vodafone. After having over the last 15 yrs Nokias, sony ericson, samsung I was used to my phones having a am/fm radio as standard.I was dissapointed to find a high end tool like a blackberry not having basic AM/FM radio.Ive seen applications that allow you to get internet radio but does anyone know how I can get basic am/fm radio on blackberry curve 8900 through standard radio connection rather than logging onto the internet and listenning to internet radio?
If so, what phone did you have before and what phone do you have now? Reasons? I've had windows mobile devices for quite sometime, most recently the Omnia. Got quite fed up of them freezing/misc glitches so I decided to explore other phones and came across the ENV3 touch because I'm die hard for having a physical keyboard as well as touch. Anyhow, I've found that the Env3 touch lacks a bit as far as:
-copy and pasting -dialing from the web -only saving a small amount of text messages -no "tethering" yet ;x -can't "forward" text messages to an email address, but can send a "new" text message -email/web attachments unable to open or save to phone
I'm sure there are a few other little things. Oh and Wireless Sync is to die for! Backup Assistant only backs up phone book, not calendar, etc.
Is there any option to replace a nokia smartphone for another in nokia smartphone for India> Mumbai?I want to replace my cellphone I have C5-03 but I'm interested more in Nokia 500 and Nokia 603 can anyone help me out if is there any chance to replace phone?