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req not found!

Michael Dunigan 8 years ago • updated by Jona (Lead Developer) 5 years ago 2
I use Xiialive to access my home PC hosting SiriusXMStreamer....which works great. One issue though is that if I attempt to initially access one of my http links through your application, I get a "req not found!" error. If I access outside your app (via the web browser download/view option to XiiaLive) it works. At which point, I can access my other channels via favorites in the app.

I wasn't sure if there was something with the initial handshake in your app that could be corrected? Or if this is an initial with the data stack on the Droid?

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Closing... Issue should no longer be seen with latest releases of XiiaLive.
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What type of link do you have? Pls or m3u playlist url? or just a single url? If it's a playlist it would be interesting to see what links it contains. When you add it via the add fav wizard does it successfully pass?
http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:51710/sirius?channel=77&format=asx&tversity=mp3 is the link I use. The result is a streaming mp3 response. I was able to successfully add it via your wizard, but I'm not sure if that is because the data connection had been previously opened through the web browser or not. I'll do some more tests and let you know.
Just attempted with the wizard (knowing the data connection expired) and I get back an "unsupported format" message. So.. the problem appears with the wizard too. I'm not sure what the difference is with my accessing outside of the app first and then being able to subsequently navigate within the app.
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Closing... Issue should no longer be seen with latest releases of XiiaLive.