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Help Me Test My WAP Site?
Apologies if this is in the wrong forum, but we've been developing some mobile sites for our Radio Site.
Can you please give me feedback on "Ease Of Use" or any issues you may find?
Via the Berry Browser, access http://wap.mftu.net and let me know if the bandwidth is too strong? Should be running about 8Kb/s and I've used it on EDGE here on Long Island.
I'm sincerely not trying to spam, I've been registered here for quite awhile, I see the forums have changed around a bit.
You guys have given good feedback in the past with our mobile sites.
So again, (and please move if this is the wrong section) http://wap.mftu.net and choose a channel.
Once it's good to go, we'll develop an application
Thanks as always -James
I went to the site, chose classic rock, then nothing happened. It doesn't auto play, no option to click play......using 8330 running 220.127.116.11....berrytunes, moodio, nobex streaming radio all work well for me....am I missing something?
loading it up right now...
well I tried opening the file and I tried saving and then opening the file...
didn't seem to do anything.
dunno which way I supposed to go but nothing happened on my media player
"If you ever lose your keys in a river of molten lava, let 'em go, cus' man, they're gone!!"-Jack Handey
Well good observation number 1, I use "Open"
Azstar: My browser config is set to T-zones. I"m going to try the other option.
Also, do those apps allow you to add direct streams?
for example: Classic Rock would be http://music.cyber-fm.com:8000/Classic_Rock.m3u
Last edited by hottweelz; 12-26-2008 at 11:22 AM.
OK I use BlackBerry emulation mode and there is no "Open" option. I will try adding it to moodio or berrytunes and let you know if it works
i'm going to try Emulation mode now to see.
Edit: I was already in Emulation Mode. I do believe it behaves differently with Tzones, Internet Browser, and Hot Spot settings.... but i'm checking
Last edited by hottweelz; 12-26-2008 at 11:37 AM.
Well I added it to berrytunes and every time I try to play it resets my BB After the first time I tried other stations to see if the problem was with the berrytunes app, but it's not, my other stations play fine, but yours makes my BB crash.
Will try moodio next.
Also with the Alltel 8330, there is only one browser, the emulation mode choices are Blackberry, Openwave(WAP), Openwave Gateway, Microsoft IE, MS Pocket IE, and Netscape
Let me know which one should work
CRASH? its a m3u file! Since its Icecast on Unix, you can also remove the .m3u from the link.
For example: http://music.cyber-fm.com:8000/Classic_Rock
THANK YOU by the way, I added to the Database ast moodio.fm and created an account.
Its working perfectly on the Curve 8320.
Login to http://m.moodio.fm and search for "Cyber-FM"
Last edited by hottweelz; 12-26-2008 at 12:09 PM.
I see they were all just added to moodio, plays from there, but still can't get it to work from my BB using http://wap.mftu.net I used several different emulation modes but none showed an "Open" option
I tried removing the .m3u from the link added in berrytunes and the BB didn't crash, but also couldn't connect to the station either. Moodio is always a last resort for me since it can't run in the background while doing other things.
So, this tells us the Berry Media Player is functional, now its all about how to present it right?
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