Root Flash = Love

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mihalich, Jun 17, 2010.

  1. mihalich

    mihalich Well-Known Member
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    Been on Kangerade ROM for 2 days now. Love it. Just downloaded Flash Beta 3.

    The one thing I've been waiting for, I must wait no longer.

    All those radio stations that just stream through a flash player, and don't show up in the likes of AOR, i can now play right through the browser.

    Life seems damn near complete now. lol.

    Joe
     

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  2. toker11

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    what radio stations? im tryin to stockpile flash uses...(i have long boring workdays)
     
  3. mihalich

    mihalich Well-Known Member
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    Specifically, 94.9 in san diego,and 107.9 in Las Vegas. But there are a ton of others that I have linked at home, that I have to now bookmark in my phone browser.

    JOe
     
  4. blackberrywidow

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    Chrome to Phone!
     
  5. Redflea

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    Friend of mine told me about that station...top notch.
     
  6. djkeller3

    djkeller3 Well-Known Member
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    Yes, you are absolutely right! I had overlooked this new ability. Thanks for pointing that out.
     
  7. mihalich

    mihalich Well-Known Member
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    So my first experience with this setup, and bluetooth was upsetting.

    Got to my car, connected to the bluetooth on my car sterero, went to the web page, and started streaming the station. Radio came out over my stereo speakers fine.

    So I hit the power button to turn the display off, and the streaming stops. Not so much in a happy mood anymore. I turn the display back on, and it starts streaming again.

    So, the flash player must pause when the device display goes off.

    However, I noticed that while the flash player was running, the device stayed on the entire ride home, even though my timeout was 2 minutes for the display. So, in the end it wound up working out sort of. Not happy you can't turn the display off, but at least it works.

    I wonder if you can configure flash to change that behavior in some settings somewhere.

    Joe
     

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