And screwed up my evo so bad that I was on tech support with Sprint over 6 hours and finally had to wipe out everything and start over. I also strongly recommend not changing settings around if you don't know what you are doing.When you start getting that EPST error you got BIG problems. As long as you change what is strictly defined above you will be fine... I honestly dont think sprint purposely blocked these apps from streamingstreaming.I can suggest yeah Sprint doesn't want streaming on phones, but I just think it's a bug introduced by HTC. Seems to be when data coverage is weak or bad handoffs...
This issue is seen on other streaming applications too. Makes me wonder sometimes if they perform any QA on their software... I called HTC opened up a support ticket with them, i called Sirius/xm same thing and sprint, well sprint was lost in the clouds.
Note that AAC/AAC streams are not affected and can play normally without any issues. BTW it makes me realize how much I rely on your app, especially when I'm driving, when it breaks through no fault of your own. I hope they fix this within the next 2 weeks before the new year!
I think the ball is in HTC's court now unless the Xiia Live devs can find a workaround. Edit: I just re-read the Android media player comment from the Xiia Live devs and I don't think that was the problem as Xiia Live doesn't use that player. MP3: High bit rate channels are unable to connect, low bit rate channels have a repetitive gurgle in the audio. I STRONGLY warn folks about screwing around with that password protected ##data# menu there is a reason its password protected...
It seems like the 'throttle effect' which this bug displays is stuck in the configuration until the bluetooth and wifi are turned off, then back on. I followed those instructions 10th hours ago and lost features.
If that did nothing restart your phone and try again"2. NOTE that we are not responsible for any issue that you might have with your phone. Since the last update to the Evo a couple of weeks ago, the method for changing the HTTP proxy settings is similar to the initial instructions but a little different. For what it's worth, Radiotime does work with the stations that has, but it's a terrible app in comparison. Engadget is good since they offer their Podcasts in MP3, M4A, and OGG. Winamp can play these stations but you can hear blips and ticks cause the Android Media Player can't handle the metadata that is being sent.
You still need your MSL etc etc.in the new Advanced menu settings you have to first go to RTSP/HTTP settings, then they are now called HTTP proxy IP and HTTP proxy port, and they are reversed in order from the screen shot. FYI, all the other shoutcast apps looking for internet streams all have the same or similar issues, such as Winamp. We don't use the Media Player directly first because there is no control over the metadata and second cause we can't tell with detail what is happening to the stream as you listen.In order to stream MP3 streams you need to be connected to WIFI. (tip sent by Keith)Contact Sprint they will be able to send the phone a prl update which removes the proxy server changes made by previous OTA. Change HTTP PD Proxy Address to: 0.0.0.0***DISCLAIMER! I'm unsure what the difference is but the shoutcast stations I use almost work in Winamp. That means it'll sound good at first but deteriorates very quickly.Make sure to call from a different phone so the update gets sent properly. Go to phone dial and type ##3282# "there is no need to push call button after. "You can get the password by calling Sprint and asking for MSL code, or password for ##3282#, they should give it to you."4. Be very careful not changing anything else than what is suggested here. It seems to show that the network may not be the issue but something on the back end of the program or the fact that it cannot buffer. I don't like keeping music on my device since I'm just lazy so having my streams back would be wonderful. Specifically, if there is a difference in streaming audio via direct HTML links. Streaming wasn't supported by Android's APIs until Android 2.2 I believe.First things first: We're using software version 3.25.651.1.That's slightly different than what Sprint has said is coming in the over-the-air download, which is version 3.25.651.3. @ Xiia Live Team - Appreciate you looking into this.