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Verizon and Sprint are both CDMA. Texting falls under the category of voice and not data.
Not the ffirst time, I've had this issue on my xoom, though it happens only infrequently. But it's annoying to force a reboot.
I'm trying to tune a web radio by the internet 3G and Xiia live is buffering several times in a row.
If you are still having this issue, please try using the latest XiiaLive Beta version. There where multiple fixes done that could have resolved these issues. Please try using the Stream engine "Android" to see if the issue is resolved. If not most likely you will be able to stream without issues with the "FFMpeg" engine.
Also, many stations' urls don't work shortly after saving them. In particular try GotRadio and 100Hitz stations. I'm running Galaxy Nexus. Not sure if the problem is the station url (ie they rotate IPs for some reason) or Xiia. Anyone else seeing this behavior?
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