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droid bionic slow to connect

Craig Bischof 7 years ago • updated by Tim M 7 years ago 1

On my original DRIOD, Xiia connected within 1-2 seconds. 

Recently upgraded to the Bionic, XIIA seems to hang on "99% buffering" for 5-8 seconds.Anything I can do/change?
Also, if a web site give me a choice (KBIA.org) is there a preferred format for streaming audio?Also, feedback page would not work on phone...sending from laptop...luv app....c

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Try changing to the internal stream engine.
>settings >advanced users >turn on "Internal stream engine"
The internal engine is much faster connecting to a stream.

Well by looking at the formats they have in their website(m3u asx)  it doesn't really matter because they are just playlist. It depends on what the formats of the links inside are. There's not really a "preferred" format though. aac, asf, and ogg are the higher quality ones I believe.
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Try changing to the internal stream engine.
>settings >advanced users >turn on "Internal stream engine"
The internal engine is much faster connecting to a stream.

Well by looking at the formats they have in their website(m3u asx)  it doesn't really matter because they are just playlist. It depends on what the formats of the links inside are. There's not really a "preferred" format though. aac, asf, and ogg are the higher quality ones I believe.
PuuurFECT! Much better...thanx for support and thanx for such a great app....c