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06-27-2011 03:45 PM
Could smartsan (or someone else) please post the code you used to retrieve file properties (name, artist, genre, etc). I'm a beginner and having trouble with this. Any help appreciated.
Thank you in advance
10-05-2011 03:43 AM
I am trying to use this code to get the image from .mp3 file but the problem is my mp3 file is located at some server and the path is like "http://www.xyz.com/upload/song/123.mp3". Please guide me in solving the problem. Thanks in advance.
10-05-2011 04:03 PM
10-07-2011 09:10 AM
This is the code i have written to open and read remote file. The http response code is OK (200).
InputStream inputStream = httpConn.openInputStream();
byte responseData = new byte;
int length = 0;
while (-1 != (length = inputStream.read(responseData)))
rawResponse.append(new String(responseData, 0, length));
inputStream = null;
httpConn = null;
but it gives me "Outofmemery error". Plz help.
12-05-2011 09:41 AM
Hi, I have a problem. I can read cover art from ID3 tag. Some of my mp3 file doesn't have cover art embbed in ID3 tag (also check using MyID3 program), but the default player of blackberry phone can read and display cover from that file. I think there's another way to store the cover art in the mp3 file but I still can't find it. Can anyone help me?
12-05-2011 11:22 AM