BTDT - May work if you have a data plan, but all my access is through a WIFI connection and I have NO data plan.. Back last Summer, you could get the E71x w/o a mandatory Data plan. Not so now..Try Moodio. You can set up nearly any type of stream, and it works with nearly every type of phone. I was using it on my Blackberry until I discovered BBScanner.
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from their site:
"Almost every modern phone with internet and multimedia capabilities should be able to receive radio through Moodio. What you basically need is a phone that supports 3GPP/3GPP2-streaming and understands the AACPlus-codec. This includes popular phones from manufacturers like BlackBerry, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Motorola, etc. Apple's (non-3GPP-compatible) iPhone is also supported."
Yup - need to mess around more with my configs.. Trying to get a feed from my North GA feed when on a WIFI access point.Hmmm... I'm thinking that shouldn't matter. It uses a web interface to set up and select the stream, then the stream kicks over to the phone's media player, which is just HTTP on a different port. But if you've "been there, done that" I suppose it doesn't do what you want. IMHO--What good is a smart, fancy phone without a data plan???
Hellooooo?? Remember: NO DATA ACCOUNT - Unless that can be done on a regular local WIFI connection??Use Internet Radio application on E71. Open the app add station manually. I get the url when I view link in winamp. Example audio4.radioreference.com:80/880888742 add this manually and it should load CHP Golden Gate. I tried WINDOWS url links but couldn't get them to load. WINAMPS urls work.
It's already been explained that using moodio.fm (have one already set up there) nor direct URL don't work and that is why I was asking for info on how to make it work.The purpose of having WIFI on a phone is so you don't have to use the 3G data connection! I suggest you try some of the suggestions that have been offered here. It seems that there have been at least two valid solutions given: Moodio, and the Internet Radio application as outlined in the previous post.
I'm wondering what you use your WIFI connection for, since you seem to be convinced that not having a data plan is the problem.
As was mentioned earlier, moodio works well if you know the mount point of the stream you want to listen to. I have also found that Coreplayer CorePlayer Mobile*-*CorePlayer works better and enables access to all streams. It's a little pricey though at $29.95Can anyone guide me how to get rr live audio on a nokia E71?
#EXTM3U #EXTINF:-1,Columbia County AWIN System http://relay.radioreference.com:80/708233863