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XiiaLive does not work when connected using Bluetooth Tether

Charlie Su 6 years ago • updated by Jona (Lead Developer) 5 years ago 3

When my device is connected to the Internet through Bluetooth tether, It won't connect to any stream as if there's no Internet connection. Other apps, such as browser, youtube, play store, etc. works normally.


I have a nexus 7 with CM10.1 4.2.2


Thanks for your continuous support and excellent work on this app!

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Not a bug

Hey thanks for the feedback! Are you using the FFmpeg stream engine? If you are can you test with the Android stream engine? If you aren't using FFmpeg stream engine could you try streaming AAC and MPEG content so see if any of those formats are played correctly?


Also, are you able to search for stations while using BT tether?

Under review

Hey thanks for the feedback! Are you using the FFmpeg stream engine? If you are can you test with the Android stream engine? If you aren't using FFmpeg stream engine could you try streaming AAC and MPEG content so see if any of those formats are played correctly?

Under review

Hey thanks for the feedback! Are you using the FFmpeg stream engine? If you are can you test with the Android stream engine? If you aren't using FFmpeg stream engine could you try streaming AAC and MPEG content so see if any of those formats are played correctly?

Under review

Hey thanks for the feedback! Are you using the FFmpeg stream engine? If you are can you test with the Android stream engine? If you aren't using FFmpeg stream engine could you try streaming AAC and MPEG content so see if any of those formats are played correctly?


Also, are you able to search for stations while using BT tether?

Hi Jona, I'm on Android stream engine. With a little more testing I found that MPEG and AAC content actually works, Sorry for the confusion. I only tested a couple MPEG stations last time and I guess their server just happened to be dead at that time.


Now what doesn't work is WMA streams I added manually.  I get "Unexpected Stop" message at the bottom. The same stream works if I'm connected to WiFi.


Search function works fine.





Awesome, thanks for the update! Could you provide me the URL to the WMA stream? I would like to see if I can reproduce the issue and fix it. Thanks!

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Not a bug

Hey thanks for the feedback! Are you using the FFmpeg stream engine? If you are can you test with the Android stream engine? If you aren't using FFmpeg stream engine could you try streaming AAC and MPEG content so see if any of those formats are played correctly?


Also, are you able to search for stations while using BT tether?