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1. Turn on BT on phone
2. Turn on BT on car stereo
3. Wait for phone to connect to car stereo
4. Once connected, wait for Xiialive Pro to crash, dismiss the message, and then start the app
5. Start streaming music (generally the Licensing failed message appears after a couple seconds of playback, in which the music stops, and happens 1-2 times, but goes away after dismissing them a couple times)
As you can see, it gets quite bothersome to start streaming my music since there are so many crashes and interruptions in the way. I have tried uninstalling the app and reinstalling it from the Google App store from scratch and that did not fix the issue. Note that this is a legitimate version bought from Google Play, and an Internet connection was indeed available at the time the app was opened (as I said before, I never had this problem until recently.)
Any ideas how these can be resolved?
Hey guys, the mentioned issues should now be resolved. If for some reason you are still having issues please let us know.
AVRCP 1.3 metadata supported on latest release v3.0.1.
Please let me know if this issue has been resolved with the latest version of XiiaLive Beta. Thanks!
- This issue seems to be related to Android issue 26654.
- You can post here to get Google to move on this issue fast!
- I'm still working on resolving this issue. Thanks everyone for your feedback.
Just installed Xiia on my new Nexus 7 with Jelly Bean. Nothing will play - I get "Invalid URL" with EVERY stream I have tried, even though the stream works perfectly on my Galaxy Tab 7.7 (running ICS).
I have typed numerous URLs into Xiia on JB but nothing is working.
Any ideas anyone?
New update released with a fix! Please download the latest and let me know if issue has been resolved! Thanks for your patience!
There are no updates for xiialive since very long time and the homepage is no longer reachable.
Therefore, I think that xiialive will not be further developed and that the developers will let the project die.
Can anybody confirm this? I would be very sorry if it is so.
Although the player works great, I miss features like Android Auto support or the ability to sort the favorites list.
Would it be possible to implement some kind of string replacement/removal for the "now playing" text on a per station basis?
A lot of radio stations append the station name to the track name, which upsets the scrobbling (and sharing) features of the app.
Great request, I know exactly what you are saying. It would be interesting feature but I'm not 100% sure how exactly it would work. Do you have any ideas or name of apps that currently do something like this? Any information should help me investigate a bit more. Also, potentially a station that is currently broadcasting as you are saying.
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