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  Reply # 509511 21-Aug-2011 01:11
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it says that continuing to install might create system errors or something .. nevermind.. i got the apk instead.. btw, i've got 4 invites as well.  so pm me if anyone wants it..

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  Reply # 509512 21-Aug-2011 01:13
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hellonearthisman:
alvin:
hellonearthisman: If you want a free VPN then www.tunnelbear.com is pretty good, with one tweet you get 1.5GB of data a month.
I have been enjoying Pandora.com a little hulu and a lot of BBC 4 iPlayer content.

Google Music sounds a bit like Pandora in that it also find music like the music you like.


sorry to hijack this thread.? im having problems doing the network install with tunnel bear about TAP-win32 adapter v9, saying it has not passed windows logo testing.? im still on XP

I don't have XP, can't you just click ok and let it install anyway?

That sounds about right. I can imagine the driver is not signed which is why it is complaining, its fairly popular from what I can tell so I don't believe there would be any risks with that.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 509514 21-Aug-2011 01:42
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codyc1515: ...
Thanks to hellonearthisman I now have 4 invites to handout to anyone that would like them.
I also tried out TunnelBear and I must say: it is very good, very fast too.


Thanks cody, finally got around to setting it up with an Astrill VPN that works great on the Galaxy Tab. 

Not sure how much use I'm going to get out of this.  Now the vpn is working directly on the Tab, I might just use spotify instead.

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  Reply # 509515 21-Aug-2011 01:45
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tigercorp:
codyc1515: ...
Thanks to hellonearthisman I now have 4 invites to handout to anyone that would like them.
I also tried out TunnelBear and I must say: it is very good, very fast too.


Thanks cody, finally got around to setting it up with an Astrill VPN that works great on the Galaxy Tab. 

Not sure how much use I'm going to get out of this.  Now the vpn is working directly on the Tab, I might just use spotify instead.

Yeah, I tried it out then I actually remembered what it was and I was less than impressed.
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  Reply # 509520 21-Aug-2011 06:37
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Yeah, I like Pandora.com a lot better, maybe once google gets more music.
Oh I don't us the upload your music to the cloud feature that is a big part of google music,
if I did then maybe I would like it more.

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  Reply # 509573 21-Aug-2011 12:07
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hellonearthisman: If you want a free VPN then www.tunnelbear.com is pretty good, with one tweet you get 1.5GB of data a month.
I have been enjoying Pandora.com a little hulu and a lot of BBC 4 iPlayer content.

Google Music sounds a bit like Pandora in that it also find music like the music you like.


Actually as discussed in other threads, if you don't mind paying $50ish a year than unblock-us works really well. And since it's DNS based rather than a VPN you don't have to worry about traffic.

Out of interest I tried out accessing Pandora and that worked fine. Plus since the DNS changes can be made on the router, if you are using that particular router for your Internet access on your mobile device you can have Pandora running on that. I have checked Android and it's fine. I can't check iPhone since I don't have one.

[EDIT] Worked on my kids iPod touch devices.




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  Reply # 512869 27-Aug-2011 13:50
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4 More invites are available. As per usual, first in first served.

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  Reply # 512870 27-Aug-2011 13:54
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I've also got another 4 invites if demand outstrips above supply :)

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  Reply # 512871 27-Aug-2011 13:55
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Disrespective: 4 More invites are available. As per usual, first in first served.


Same here.
3 more available. PM your email.



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  Reply # 512872 27-Aug-2011 13:57
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Perhaps GZ has hit a saturation point heh.

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  Reply # 512881 27-Aug-2011 14:58
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Perhaps it's because unless you have a fabulous Internet plan or are very rich, it costs a fortune to get your music into the Google Cloud. Then you have to stream it and for most of us, that is going to eat into our mobile data significantly.

Of course you can restrict usage to when you are on free wifi but what's the point then? You should be free to use it anywhere.




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  Reply # 512887 27-Aug-2011 15:23
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At the end of last month I had plenty of my cap left so i uploaded a few gb of music, and i will continue to do so over time but yeah you wouldn't want to set it going in the background and forget about it as it will eat through your cap fairly quickly!

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