HTC Incredible :: Streaming Movies And Music On Wifi From PC To PhoneAug 22, 2010
Is there a way to stream movies and music on wifi from my PC to my phone while in my house?
Is there a way to stream movies and music on wifi from my PC to my phone while in my house?
Installed 'Movies' but when I'm connected to my wifi I can't stream the movie clips, without wifi it's fine. Just wondered if anyone else has had this problem and what they needed to configure on the router to make it workView 2 Replies View Related
i have a dlna iomega network server is there a apps that can stream movies and music onto my android phone?View 3 Replies View Related
Is there application to stream movies / TV shows yet? It would really be nice to get a netflix instant streaming application at some point!View 7 Replies View Related
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I am taking my 16gig card in my moto droid and going to use in my new incredible when i get it next week.
My question is, will i need to do anything special to the data (music/movies/pictures) when transferring to the incredible?
Prior to the 2.2 update if I was streaming music (Pandora or similar) or listening to MP3's (HTC's music player) while I was using the Google Navigation feature to get somewhere, my music would fade out when Google Needed to give me driving instructions, then fade back up afterwards. This was a brilliant feature to me. Yesterday, I found myself using music and navigation for the first time since my late Friday 2.2 update. Now, it appears I have to choose what I want to hear. If music is playing and the navigation needs to give me instructions, it just stops the music altogether - it doesn't start back. OR I can mute the navigation instructions and just listen to the music. But they are working together the way they used to. I haven't received a phone call while playing/streaming music to see if this issue goes with that too. I'll check it at home tonight and see and report back.View 6 Replies View Related
Seeing as 2.1 doesn't play Flash what are some alternatives for free streaming movies? Ive tried Divx however 2.1 doesn't support that either. I use to use Stagevu, a similar website would be great!
I tried Veoh however finding a full length movie is more difficult than finding a hooker with a full set of teeth.
Is there a way to stream Netflix movies to the Galaxy S? I am rooted, lagfix and overclocked to 1.2. Anyway to do it?View 2 Replies View Related
What types of files do they need to be converted to in order to watch on the X? Also if I have a netflix account would I be able to stream movies onto my phone right off the browser?View 17 Replies View Related
Just wanted to give you ya'll a heads up on a program thats been around but all may not be familiar with named DoubleTwist. Its a FREE PC program that will auto convert video to the correct codec & framerate of the EVO (& other devices). The program also syncs music & pics as well. Its basically best described as iTunes for Android. Check it out: http://www.doubletwist.com/dt/Home/Index.dtView 16 Replies View Related
I'm looking for a music streaming app. one that goes from my PC to my DESIRE over wifi or blue tooth. if the app can let me skip forward or back a track, thats a bonus. have looked at mspot, orblive and subsonic but none are really free and have a bunch more options that i don't really want.View 6 Replies View Related
The base radio on the Venza dominates. Toyota's new dedication to advanced consoles and tech is right on point. There's even a built in holder in the dash that secures my EVO upright, with a connection for my USB power cord. I even got the bluetooth music streaming to work. Awesome. I get into the car, and right away, it starts streaming my music right to the bluetooth stereo. That's where my brain melted.
I seem to only be able to play the album that I was currently listening to in the music app. I can switch tracks, but that's all I can seem to do from the car controls. The most frustrating part is, I have NO idea where to go for information. Toyota? They give simple instructions on how to get it started, but that's about it. I'm there already.
It's really an android thing, but it's kind of a fusion between the two. What functionality does Android expose for BT streaming, and which of those functions does the Toyota interface have a "hook" into? For that matter, it could be my inexperience with the EVO music player. Does it support playlists, linked playlists, random playlists, etc, etc. For that matter, can I download a different/better media player that will help me facilitate streaming better? Too many questions, and shockingly, Google isn't coming back with the detailed help I was expecting..........
I like to listen to live streaming radio (shoutcast) using different apps available. I want to know how I can make a bluetooth connection to my car bt system. I remember I did it once to my bt headset with my Hero but I don't remember how I did it. Also, a few times, my ringtone and keyboard clicks(with Hero) played through my car bt system but I have no idea how it happened. I didn't try to connect it. It just happened on it's own. If I remember correctly, to hook the streaming music to a bt headset you had to dial a pause (P) or dial ## and send it. The phone would make a connection and hang up right away. After that you were linked to the bt. But after the Hero update, that method didn't work anymore, the call would go through and you get a message saying "Can't be completed as dialed". So does anyone know a way of doing this with the Evo?View 8 Replies View Related
what are the best apps for streaming my own music from the cloud? I know about mp3 tunes and grooveshark. any better ones? I know Google purchased simplify media so they will have that option soon but that requires your computer to be on all the time. since Google docs now allows uploading any file type are there any apps that will stream music from Google docs?View 18 Replies View Related
Prior to the Froyo update, if I had anything above 10% WiFi reception, I could watch videos over WiFi. It would be more or less uninterrupted.
Since the Froyo update, I virtually cannot watch streaming video over WiFi. When I do, it plays, but it halts every few seconds and may halt for long periods. Fortunately, 3G seems less flaky since the update.
But WiFi on Froyo on my device has gone from good to essentially unusable, at least for streaming video.
My only complaints about WiFi prior to the update were lack of support 802.11n (which I've been trying to verify may have been fixed in the last 2.1 update) and the fact that my laptop could use WiFi farther away from the router in my house than my EVO could.
I have a Samsung galaxy s and want to Stream video files from my computer. Why wud I wanna stream to a small screen but when people on are on my computer I like to be on my phone and maybe watch an episode of something. I dnt know uf the galaxy has something native on it already. If not is there any app that can stream over wifi with a variety of formats such as avi and mkvView 2 Replies View Related
To me, the stock music app isn't that great. I am looking for a music app for playing music on your phone, not streaming.View 13 Replies View Related
I am a current iPhone 3G user, but after having lost all my contacts, text message history, and Safari bookmarks when I updated to the new OS, I am ready to be done with Apple. But, before I switch, I'm trying to get a handle on what apps Android has. My favorite apps are radio stations across the country that stream over the iphone. Does Droid have these? Is there a list somewhere that shows what ones are available?View 3 Replies View Related
I have been trying to find out all I can about streaming audio from my home to my Droid; i have around 100GB+ of mp3s I would like to be able to access. I am looking for feedback from anyone who has used these apps and services or suggestions for any that I have overlooked.
I have barely started playing with Mecanto. It's just hard for me to believe that they will allow you to upload any amount without any type of payment - unless they are planning to charge a considerable amount for the app later on. I do have Pandora installed, and I love it. But sometimes I just want to be able to queue up my own playlist of songs.
Is there an application which alllows you to search for songs and stream them for play? Sorta like Slacker or Pandora, but they don't letter you choose your songs.View 2 Replies View Related
are there any apps that allow music streaming from a computer to an android device via 3g network? i tried gmote 2.0, which seemed like a great app, although streaming music to the phone never worked, got an error message everytime and that was over wifi. anything that will stream music over 3g?View 2 Replies View Related
I just found this app accidentally, and basically, you go on their website upload your own music to your account ( or you can buy/add their tracks) then when you log on from your android app you can play all your music, and download it! also great if you are out of space on your memory card - put your songs on moozone instead of the card ...View 4 Replies View Related
I'm having problems with streaming music to my car stereo. Everything connects ok but playback is very jumpy. I get a 1 or 2 second pause every 10 seconds or so. I know it's not my car stereo as my iPhone streams to it seemlessly for hours on end.View 16 Replies View Related
Anyone figure out how to get this to work? I was looking forward to this as soon as I heard about it, but just can't seem to find it anywhere.View 7 Replies View Related
Completely new android owner. Question, try to listen to webradio, but it doesn't work, why, what do I need to let the music stream.View 2 Replies View Related
is there an app i can use to stream music from my pc to my phone the same way i do from pc to ps3?View 6 Replies View Related
When making a connection for streaming content, what is the algorithm for when to use a WiFi connection and when to use an OTA connection? Can you modify that algorithm? Can you specify what type of connection to make?View 2 Replies View Related
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I'm wondering how I am suppose to download music and music on my new phone. I am not very computer savvy and keep getting different info from people. I also need to know how I can get either java or mic on my phone to enable me to chat.These are the two reasons I bought the phone and I cannot do either.Any other info you can provide would be great!View 5 Replies View Related
Is there a way to play the music on sites like 1.fm. this is one thing the blackberries blow away the Eris with.View 3 Replies View Related
Is there any way to play Streaming radio stations other than apps built for specific services (like Pandora/last.fm/slacker/imeem).To clarify, I mean online radio stations, that use .pls files to play streams. Some also have plugin players, but since Flash isn't on the Droid yet I'm not too worried about them. But it seems like it ought to be possible to play streaming .pls files.I tried to download one and it said it couldn't be downloaded because the size could not be determined.View 1 Replies View Related
good music streaming app? Don't say panadora tried it and just get pissed everytime because I can never find a song I want and it always plays random shit I don't want.View 8 Replies View Related
I finally have hardware working the way I like it at home (stereo inputs), at the office and gym (bluetooth headphones), and in the car (aux input or bluetooth to head unit). Now I'm ready to pay for an ad free music streaming app. The problem is deciding which one to get. I've messed around with the free versions of Pandora, Slacker and TuneWiki as well as FlyCast for streaming FM stations. I'm not crazy about the latter two as I prefer to create a customized "station" that plays exactly the music I'm in the mood for. I've also used Grooveshark on the computer, but I have no idea how good the Android app is without a Lite version to test.
Pandora, Slacker and Grooveshark charge roughly $3/month for ad-free music. I'm curious to know what others think about the various services, or one I have not mentioned. I don't mind paying for a good app, but I can't justify paying for all of them when one should suffice. So what's your preference? A reason besides "It's the best" would be an added bonus.
I have the car dock and love how the charging cable plugs into the dock so your not always plugging and unplugging it into the phone itself. You can just set it in the dock and go. Now the perfect scenario to me would be to be able to stream Slacker or MOG music from the X to the car stereo using Bluetooth. I currently have factory Bluetooth in the car, but is only for calls. I would like to get a new stereo with Bluetooth that would allow me to stream music to it in addition to using the X for Navigation. What I would like to know is how the sound quality will be? Is there anyone here currently doing this that can comment on the sound quality and let me know what deck you are using? I am REALLY hoping for success here so I can just drop the X into the car dock and go, without messing with any cables and still have very good sound quality.View 10 Replies View Related
Any music player that can stream audio formats aac+,pls,m3u.asx,.ram?View 6 Replies View Related
I have wanted to be able to stream music via bluetooth from the droid to an audio receiver... can't think of a solution. Right now I use the application streamfurious to stream internet radio from shoutcast.com's website, an excellent source of thousands of radio links, to the droid. Now it would be sweet to be able to relay this again to another audio device. I have an auxiliary 3.5mm jack on my head unit in my car and I was wondering if anyone knew of any other device to convert that so it could stream through bluetooth. Theoretically I could just plug that into the phone but I hate wires. One other question... I know they say the data plan is unlimited but streaming music 24/7 would have a ridiculous amount of data usage. I think the cap is 5gb is this true??View 3 Replies View Related
One of the features touted for Froyo was the ability to stream your desktop library to your phone. I can't find any mention of it apart from those early announcements and feature lists.View 2 Replies View Related
Streaming stereo music via BT? Anyone tried this on galaxy?View 1 Replies View Related
For years I was a fan of Pandora but hate not being able to listen to things on demand. I recently subscribed to Rdio.com and thought it was a deal for $10 a month. Now I'm hearing about MOG that has the same monthly fee. Has anyone out there tried both that can give me a review of the differences and which one they think is superior?View 3 Replies View Related
Looking for a decent music radio streaming player for the HTC Desire, that works over 3G. (UK)
Currently use Last FM which is good, just looking for alternatives. Gaydarradio plays great tunes but only works over wifi!
How it would be possible to stream music from my LG Ally to my car stereo.
I have the Apline CDE 9873, which is NOT bluetooth ready. So before I go and buy a new stereo unit or a bluetooth connector, I was wondering if it is possible to stream music using regular air data to a bluetooth ready car stereo.
I use the last.fm app, but I may also run navigator in the background. Would both (or all multiple sound apps) go through to the car stereo?
Is anyone else having issues streaming music apps not working? Internet works, I can down load music just can't stream?
Running Fresh 0.3 ROM.
good free music streaming website that works on the hero? I use jango on the pc but its not working on the hero. Used to be free but ones like spotify are not.View 4 Replies View Related
I was wondering how these apps work. I was looking into Pandora. Seems pretty cool but then I saw that in order for these "streaming" apps to work, you're basically paying for internet time the whole time you're listening to the music, right? If this is the case, why use this type of app vs. simply downloading the music files to the phone?View 3 Replies View Related