1. Gm1m2overrsquared's Avatar
    I listen to an online radio stream from my computer and I'm trying to now listen to it on my Passport from the music app, how would I do that?
    I got it to work with VLC but would rather use it from the native music app.
    09-04-16 02:20 PM
  2. paulwallace1234's Avatar
    You'd need to try invoke it from another App, or use a Native third party App like my Star Player (send me the link if you want me to try it)
    09-04-16 03:26 PM
  3. Heavens1's Avatar
    It's an option within my classic native BlackBerry music app to select 'radio' and provided your headphones have an antenna you get radio.

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    09-04-16 04:15 PM
  4. Heavens1's Avatar
    Ah, maybe radio is not an option with the BlackBerry native music app in Passport.....

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    09-04-16 04:18 PM
  5. paulwallace1234's Avatar
    Ah, maybe radio is not an option with the BlackBerry native music app in Passport.....

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    That's FM Radio, Internet Radio is different
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    09-04-16 04:35 PM
  6. to boldly go's Avatar
    Some online streaming sources have a specific app either made for blackBerry or an android app that will work, but for the ones that dont I simply treat my phonme like a desktop computer, and go to the link, save a desktop shortcut to it, and stream through a browser. Having Zeus often is required as stations still (often or usually) use flash. So having another browser for browsing while you listen can be useful, or depending on the source you can stream in one tab while browsing in another.

    Soma is a fun one that is on BB World. Star Player has a selection of streaming stations included to use, and you can add your own too but I haven't figured out how to make that play nice with ststions you sign in to (for ad-free listening). File Play also has some stations included, still in beta so probably more to come. I use a whole pile of apps for streaming from BB World. besides these.
    09-05-16 11:35 AM
  7. Goldboot02's Avatar
    Try the TuneIn app
    09-05-16 11:37 AM
  8. paulwallace1234's Avatar
    Soma is a fun one that is on BB World. Star Player has a selection of streaming stations included to use, and you can add your own too but I haven't figured out how to make that play nice with ststions you sign in to (for ad-free listening). File Play also has some stations included, still in beta so probably more to come. I use a whole pile of apps for streaming from BB World. besides these.
    Any idea how this sign in stuff works? Is it login cookies or something, Star Player uses urls directly to the stream

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    09-05-16 12:11 PM
  9. mh1983's Avatar
    I listen to an online radio stream from my computer and I'm trying to now listen to it on my Passport from the music app, how would I do that?
    I got it to work with VLC but would rather use it from the native music app.
    Not sure of a way in the native music app, but there's always Nobex if you're looking for a native app to do this. You could also email yourself the direct link to the stream (popup web player, for ex), open from BB10 browser and then add a shortcut to your app screen.

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    09-05-16 12:19 PM
  10. hvacdon's Avatar
    Try Boomer Radio. Works on BB browser. Boomer Radio - Plays Our Songs

    The android app also works, if you download an older apk from one of the various generic apk sites...Google Playstore new version also works, but needs to be patched through the Cobalt tools mentioned throughout this forum.
    09-05-16 12:49 PM
  11. georgethegreek's Avatar
    Why not just use TuneIn

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    09-05-16 11:46 PM
  12. to boldly go's Avatar
    Any idea how this sign in stuff works? Is it login cookies or something, Star Player uses urls directly to the stream
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    Maybe I was unclear: You dont have to sign in to use your player apps, I was speaking of things I subscribe to for ad-free stations, but I never save passwords or just leave myself signed in. So when I try to add my own URLs I get an error message.
    09-08-16 08:53 AM

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