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Old September 17th, 2009, 12:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Windows Media Player

Hello. I'm new here! On internet there are many streams like mms:// To see and hear this video i need a plugin or a browser that can play Windows Media Player format... on my HTC HERO android mobile.

Do you know about a browser or a plugin, application i can use for this?

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I was trying to listen to the Chiefs home opener on 101 the Fox Suday. I too had MMS links. Could not get them to work at all on my MyTouch. I had to use a Windows Mobile (Dash) to listen to the game. When I typed in the MMS to the browser, it automatically opened Windows Media on the Dash and worked beautifully. Does anyone know of an app that will play Windows Media files????
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I am looking for an app to do this as well.
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I'm sorry to dissepoint you guys, there's no such thing as a Windows media player for Android yet. Suggest someone to make one (i)
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Yes, I too am in need of a windows media player type app. I want to play .asf files directly from a web site....Sounds like a challenge for someone
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Count me in this club. I have emailed Droidlive, Wunderradio and some of the other streaming media app people but no joy yet. From the replies, I do think it will be soon. I would suggest emailing them as well. They are sure to note the surge in requests.
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My work phone is a HTC touch pro 2, yep windows mobile and I use it for work and to listen to the radio at Search Results for "themobilestreamcenter.com"

I just got a new moto droid as my personal phone and am very pleased except I am surprised that it doent support streaming audio .asx or .asf or .ram maybe there is a app
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Yes, a good Dev really needs to sort this out. I would use my Droid more than I already do if I could listen to Fox Sports Radio (I can DL the podcasts, but it's just not the same)...I wonder if it's some sort of licensing issue with M$. I don't think so though, because I believe VLC Media Player will stream MMS on PC...
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Need windows Media Pluggin for my archos 5 internet tablet. Very frustrating as i am not able to listen to my BBC stations and LBC London.
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I would like a Windows Media Player app also and have e-mailed droidlive.

E-mailed Wunderradio too.
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I totally agree that this is a top app that should be made available. I just bought a HTC Droid Eris from Verizon. I spent days trying to find a app that can listen to my favorite radio station oversea and there is no such apps at this moment. I used to do that on my Ipod Touch through Wunderradio. Can someone please...
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Wunderradio would absolutely be the best solution. Radiotime seems to be a conduit to just about everything.
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Unhappy finally, here is a solution

After another nigth of trying, I have finally found a way to listen the mms:// stream radio on my HTC Driod Eris phone.
It is not a straight shot but it works. Go to www.orb.com and download the Orb application into your PC, follow the intruction and add your custom radio stations' url. It takes a while but I was smiling when the voice of my familiar radio talk show coming out of my cell.
Like I said, it is not a straight shot. You may also have problems finding your station's stream url from the website. For this, you can use URL Snooper to find the URL. This is another multiple steps process.
The downside of Orb is that you need to keep your PC on while streaming the radio to your android phone.
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I don't have a solution for a native app. Wish there was one. Orb works but its a pain to either keep your computer on or set up Wake on LAN on your router.
The easier solution is Moodio FM. Moodio FM does not provide any content. All they do is simply convert internet radio streams to formats that are suitable for mobile phones.
On your desktop computer, go to Welcome to Moodio! | Moodio Set up a free account. Search for the station you want to listen to. Most popular stations are already on there. If you find your station, save it as a favorite. If you don't find your station, and you know the station's stream url, Find "add a new station" from the main Moodio page to enter the stream url. The instructions on how to find a stream url are also on that page. http://www.moodio.fm/new_station
So, once you have all your favorite stations saved to My Stations, you go to the Moodio FM mobile site on your phone. m.moodio.fm
Log in with the info from the moodio fm account you just created and you'll see your My Stations list. Note, you cannot add favorites to My Stations from the mobile site, so make sure to do it on your desktop.
Click the link for one of your stations and you should be playing the station in a few moments. For me the stream comes over the native Android Video player, which is odd, but hey it works. If it's not working for you, you might need to download the free version of either StreamFurious or DroidLive from Android Market to make it work, but it will work.
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Woo Hoo!

That worked! Solves the problem!
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Does not seem to work for me. It downloads a file then say's its invalid.
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Hmm... Moodio was one of the dozen radio apps or porting sites that I have tried. They all works ok on my ipod touch but not my HTC Droid eris. I guess it is because the HTC Droid eris runs on android 1.5, a older version OS. It does not support the streaming service provided by the websites like Moodio.
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Does not seem to work for me. It downloads a file then say's its invalid.
I have a Motorola Droid.
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I have a Motorola Droid.
I have a Motorola too. Can you see if you can hear KPIG?

http://mapleton.wmlive.internapcdn.net/live_mapleton_vitalstream_com_kpigfm
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I won't get a chance until this evening, but will then.
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Sorry for the delay in trying. But I just did. I was able to stream KPIG utilizing Moodio.

Have you had any luck? I am using this all the time and am very happy with it.
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Sorry for the delay in trying. But I just did. I was able to stream KPIG utilizing Moodio.

Have you had any luck? I am using this all the time and am very happy with it.

Yes thank you for checking that. Clicking on the station name instead of the URL works.
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Yes thank you for checking that. Clicking on the station name instead of the URL works.
What are using as a player? Right now, it just launches whatever the default media player is.
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What are using as a player? Right now, it just launches whatever the default media player is.
It plays in a video player. Either the one that comes with the Droid or Meridian. Either way it can't do anything else at the same time. It would be nice if it played like music in the background.
The url for the KPIG stream is rtsp://moodio-3.seeas.nl/3241763
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That is my experience. Was wondering if someone was using a downloaded media app to play these.

The way I use this, it really is not a big problem with the current setup. But I would prefer the option to work in other apps while having the stream play.

I figure Wunder Radio, or someone will have an Android app soon, and this is an acceptable short term solution for sure.
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It tries to load in the video player and says "Unable To Connect To Server" Is there any way to make it play in a different player?
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Yes, a good Dev really needs to sort this out. I would use my Droid more than I already do if I could listen to Fox Sports Radio (I can DL the podcasts, but it's just not the same)...I wonder if it's some sort of licensing issue with M$. I don't think so though, because I believe VLC Media Player will stream MMS on PC...
If you haven't found it already....Clear Channel has a free app called "iheartradio" (just released to the public.....found by searching the Market app on your Droid....it is still somewhat in beta testing) you can then listen to their radio station/program format streams. When I choose "Local Stations"....Fox Sports Radio is listed and sounds great! FREE is good!
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Not sure if this is entirely relevant or if it's common knowledge or not, but I noticed the other day that my Moto Droid can play .wmv files. Has anyone else tried this?
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Been waiting for an asx (windows media) streaming app to play some Irish radio stations I listen to - and up til now - none did. Until now that is - market search 'droid cumulus'. Finally!

or scan and go -

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Hello there, Im using Droid Cumulus but the program only BUFFERING and when long time waiting Stoped by self..... Ill try mms:// and httm:// both streaming radio but nothing.... Any help?

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Is anybody successful in using moodio (or yourmuze now) to work? I always get the "loading" message & then cannot play video-unable to connect to server.

I know my desired station links work since I logged on to the computer and tried them.

Please help---Thanks!
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Got a skyfire update last night & now yourmuze stations are playing.
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so we don't have a way to play asx files yet, right?
I tried skyfire but it saved it instead of playing.
iHeartRadio is cool, but does not have my station.
I can't/won't keep my desktop on just to stream through orb. I guess I'll try moodio
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The easier solution is Moodio FM. Moodio FM does not provide any content. All they do is simply convert internet radio streams to formats that are suitable for mobile phones.
On your desktop computer, go to Welcome to Moodio! | Moodio Set up a free account. Search for the station you want to listen to. Most popular stations are already on there. If you find your station, save it as a favorite. If you don't find your station, and you know the station's stream url, Find "add a new station" from the main Moodio page to enter the stream url. The instructions on how to find a stream url are also on that page. http://www.moodio.fm/new_station
So, once you have all your favorite stations saved to My Stations, you go to the Moodio FM mobile site on your phone. m.moodio.fm
Log in with the info from the moodio fm account you just created and you'll see your My Stations list. Note, you cannot add favorites to My Stations from the mobile site, so make sure to do it on your desktop.
Click the link for one of your stations and you should be playing the station in a few moments. For me the stream comes over the native Android Video player, which is odd, but hey it works. If it's not working for you, you might need to download the free version of either StreamFurious or DroidLive from Android Market to make it work, but it will work.
Good Luck
Thanks for this tip! I just got it working on my new Evo. I like how this works, its really cool. Now I can listen to my favorite non-Clear station while I work out at night.

I like that it is a non-app solution and doesn't clutter up the device with another un-needed application. My only issues are that it keeps the screen on the entire time (wasting battery -- when you turn off the screen using the power button it stops the stream too), and you cannot multi-task away from the page/stream, any time you try to navigate away it stops the stream.

Any other new or different solutions out there to share?

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Does anyone know if any other android web browsers (SkyFire? Dolphin? etc.) would let me navigate away from the yourmuze web-page/video player or put the screen to sleep somehow?
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I too am looking to listen to asx audio streams. A friend i work with wrote an iPhone app for our radio network (as we stream audio in asx format) that allows users to listen to an asx stream and (i don't understand all he meant) there is code inside the app that converts (maybe not the best word) the asx to mp3 and then the audio works with the iPhone. This was his simple explanation. I asked about his creating an Android app but now that the OS changed for the iPhone he has to redo the app for iPhone first then work on the Android app. The app is not for general use on all streams just an app for our listeners to use on their iPhone so they can listen to our streams. Anyway, if you are a developer and would like to contact Mario about what he did for iPhone (maybe the code is similar??) just let me know.
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This works for me listening to mms://
Install yxplayer from android market. Go to stream tab and add your stream here.
Works for rtsp:// also.
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This works for me listening to mms://
Install yxplayer from android market. Go to stream tab and add your stream here.
Works for rtsp:// also.

Did they remove it from the market? I did a search for "yx player" and found nothing but poker game apps.
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Still there. Take out the space and search "yxplayer". I used to use this for xvids, but now have switched to Rockplayer. I don't know if Rockplayer will play mms: streams though.
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yxplayer works great for mms: and rtsp: streams. Just wished it would play in the background when you switch tasks.
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I just found TuneIn Radio on the App market and it plays the .asx audio streams i was looking for. Actually, i don't know if it allows my DX to play those streams or the app "converts" the .asx stream so the DX can play it. Anyway, TuneIn works with Radio Time and you can look at Radio Time's website to see the station listings. And if you register with Radio Time you can set Presets so your favorite stations are saved for you.

if a station that streams audio is not listed there is a place for you to request them to add that station
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hi there just registered to the forums and would like to ask for a favour.
I have a Iphone 4 and am considering ditching it in favour of a HTC/Android need to make my mind between desire and the new desire z...
Anyway, the only reason I got the Iphone is because it was the only phone I could listen to Jovem Pan Online - Ao vivo - RealOne Player it says real player but it is WMP...
Could anyone give it a try and see if it works on a android phone please. That's all I'm waiting to get my first Android...
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Hello. I'm new here i want windows media player or arabic & hindi web support software for HTC wildfire Android OS mobile thank you
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I found a Realplayer beta, but it only plays videos from the SD card, doesn't help if you're trying to stream A/V.
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I don't have a solution for a native app. Wish there was one. Orb works but its a pain to either keep your computer on or set up Wake on LAN on your router.
The easier solution is Moodio FM. Moodio FM does not provide any content. All they do is simply convert internet radio streams to formats that are suitable for mobile phones.
On your desktop computer, go to Welcome to Moodio! | Moodio Set up a free account. Search for the station you want to listen to. Most popular stations are already on there. If you find your station, save it as a favorite. If you don't find your station, and you know the station's stream url, Find "add a new station" from the main Moodio page to enter the stream url. The instructions on how to find a stream url are also on that page. http://www.moodio.fm/new_station
So, once you have all your favorite stations saved to My Stations, you go to the Moodio FM mobile site on your phone. m.moodio.fm
Log in with the info from the moodio fm account you just created and you'll see your My Stations list. Note, you cannot add favorites to My Stations from the mobile site, so make sure to do it on your desktop.
Click the link for one of your stations and you should be playing the station in a few moments. For me the stream comes over the native Android Video player, which is odd, but hey it works. If it's not working for you, you might need to download the free version of either StreamFurious or DroidLive from Android Market to make it work, but it will work.
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THANKS!!! This worked perfectly. It played all my obscure stations that didn't work for other streaming players. FYI mooodio.FM is now http://www.yourmuze.fm/new_station the moodio url will be redirected to yourmuze.

I also found these streaming apps for android that:
Winamp 0.9.2 beta (for Android 2.2)


Subsonic
Subsonic Free Music Streamer
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Question What other plugin can work apart form mplayer

pls what other media plugin worls with android devices so that website streaming aydio can play on my device, i have a website that that streams when i am online with my PC but doesnt seem to work on my android device can u please help me out here..............
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I am looking for a music video player app for DRoidX. I have many music videos that I play on Itouch without any problem - can play randomly, sequentially etc. I am looking for a similar player app for DroidX.

I have looked at doubletwist but it is not a player. I have to click on each music video that i want played.
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Thumbs up player for android

poweramp work its in market place
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poweramp work its in market place
Does it stream Windows Media streaming radio stations?
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