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obeel

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#4174 6-Jun-2005 07:45
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Just Wondering. Its become my favorite aspect of my SmartPhone. I wish there was a Version of RealOne for Windows Mobile 2003. I'd have even more listening choices. People are signing up for Satellite Radio? this is the way to go.

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sprocket87
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  #15883 22-Jun-2005 07:37
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Yes, this is also one of my favorite features of my smartphone. The lack of RA support doesn't really bother me since most of my streams are WMA or MP3 - what I really lament is that I can't find a player that will stream aacPlus (high quality/bitrate ratio, means good quality over slow connection).

I have a request in with the Betaplayer gurus to look into fixing that, they are on it they said. Hopefully I'll see some results soon :)

My favorite stream is WOXY.com by far (best indie music out there). Also, if you don't already know about it, check out Orb Networks FREE streaming media site - its a technology that allows you to stream any of your media (audio, video, image) from a host PC (like your home computer) to your mobile device. This basically means you can access your entire digital audio collection anywhere, anytime.

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  #15898 22-Jun-2005 13:47
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Just be thankful you live in a country where mobile data is affordable! :-)

 
 
 
 


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  #15900 22-Jun-2005 14:15
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Yeah, I suppose so. I mean, it's not all THAT affordable, its an extra $25/mo for my unlimited data. And that's standard GSM fare - not EDGE or anything :(

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  #15906 22-Jun-2005 16:41
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i do this, but on my pda, via my bluetooth phone.
Mostly just for streamed previews before purchasing music.

I also stream my home music and listen on the PDA via wifi, but it's a quick way to drain the battery.

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