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> A question for PSP owners, Internet Radio
HashiriyaR32
  Posted: Dec 15 2008, 03:28 PM


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So, I tried out the Internet Radio application today, and it manages to find at least 2 or 3 SHOUTCAST streams that I already have the links to in my winamp. Now here's a question: Who here has managed to tune into the IDW stream through their PSP?
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Posted: Dec 15 2008, 09:54 PM


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QUOTE (HashiriyaR32 @ Today at 3:28 PM)
So, I tried out the Internet Radio application today, and it manages to find at least 2 or 3 SHOUTCAST streams that I already have the links to in my winamp. Now here's a question: Who here has managed to tune into the IDW stream through their PSP?

Right here, dude. But I used a custom application to do it. I'm using iFreeRadio 1.8 to do it. Added IDW Radio to the custom list and voila, I can play. Easy stuff!
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Posted: Dec 15 2008, 10:15 PM


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iFreeRadio eh? is it a homebrew application? or can an official firmware run it? (using PSP-3000 at the moment for my Internet stuff, PSP-2000 is my gaming one).
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Posted: Dec 16 2008, 01:10 AM


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QUOTE (InitialDRulz @ Yesterday at 10:15 PM)
iFreeRadio eh? is it a homebrew application? or can an official firmware run it? (using PSP-3000 at the moment for my Internet stuff, PSP-2000 is my gaming one).

It should work on any, as it's an addition to the Internet Radio feature. You don't run it as an app, it runs as a browser javascript plugin. Should work on any PSP.
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Posted: Dec 16 2008, 07:31 AM


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I'll have to try that on my PSP.
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Posted: Dec 26 2008, 08:13 AM


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Posted: Dec 27 2008, 12:09 AM


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QUOTE (Midnight Drifter @ Yesterday at 8:13 AM)
Really, where do you get it?

I don't see it on the adding a radio page.

You have to download it from the internet, then put it in your radio folder on the PSP using your computer. You can't get it directly from the PSP, I don't believe.
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QUOTE (Midnight Drifter @ Today at 12:08 PM)
I've got it installed now, but I'm still lost on how to add it.

There are config files included. Open them with notepad on your computer, one of them has a custom station list and tells you how to add custom stations. Once it's added you're good.
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