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Regular Contributor
Posts: 54
Registered: ‎12-03-2008
My Device: Storm 2

Listening to FM Radio

I assume that the Storm does not have a FM radio as part of its installed features.

 

But can you listen to Streaming Radio from the Internet?

 

If so which programs/services seem to work best on teh Storm?

 

Thanks

 

Dunc

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New Member
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎01-03-2009
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Listening to FM Radio

We got very frustrated, then tried Moodio.fm.  This is a very cool website.  It takes the streams and reformats them to be useable with the Storm (or other Blackberry).  You can add your stations if you don't find them in their database.  I used our laptop to do all the adding, as it is much easier to type, copy url's etc.; then when you log on (it is even free!) you log on to m.moodio.fm put your user name and password (another reason to set up on a pc is the first password was nearly impossible with my lack of typing skills on the touchscreen!).  The stations you picked as your favorites, or that you added are right there and easy to access.  Really great find.

 

Regular Contributor
Posts: 168
Registered: ‎11-24-2008
My Device: Blackberry Storm 9530

Re: Listening to FM Radio


DuncF wrote:

I assume that the Storm does not have a FM radio as part of its installed features.

 

But can you listen to Streaming Radio from the Internet?

 

If so which programs/services seem to work best on teh Storm?

 

Thanks

 

Dunc


 

Try this out.  I have it installed and love it!

 

http://www.flytunes.fm/

 

Good luck!

Jamie

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New Member
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎02-16-2010
My Device: tour 9630
My Carrier: Johan reiersen

Re: Listening to FM Radio

I tried Moodio.FM. When selecting one of "my channels" on the home page through the BB browser, the BB swicth to the media player. However, I then get an error message during the download. Any tips?


newstorm wrote:

We got very frustrated, then tried Moodio.fm.  This is a very cool website.  It takes the streams and reformats them to be useable with the Storm (or other Blackberry).  You can add your stations if you don't find them in their database.  I used our laptop to do all the adding, as it is much easier to type, copy url's etc.; then when you log on (it is even free!) you log on to m.moodio.fm put your user name and password (another reason to set up on a pc is the first password was nearly impossible with my lack of typing skills on the touchscreen!).  The stations you picked as your favorites, or that you added are right there and easy to access.  Really great find.

 


 

 

 

Guru I
Posts: 19,020
Registered: ‎07-29-2008
My Device: Passport, Playbook, 9320BES
My Carrier: Bouygues _ SFR

Re: Listening to FM Radio

 


JohanReiersen wrote:

I tried Moodio.FM. When selecting one of "my channels" on the home page through the BB browser, the BB swicth to the media player. However, I then get an error message during the download. Any tips?


 

Maybe if you accept to write down the exact error message...

 




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