Radio Tray icon applet is pretty neat and comes with a variety of predefined radio stations ordered by categories. To those I also added some additional local (Israeli) radio stations and ended up with few dozens.
In preparation for the coming Precise and the need to have one player for all I would like to migrate this list to the Rhythmbox. (P.S.
Been looking for a radio that performs well in the Houston area. Currently with ATT. Tried out all the radio but none of them seem to work consistently even streaming a radio station. I downloaded the new radio version 4A.20.3263.30_10.38l.1157.04L. There has been great improvment on LTE signals but Wi-Fi sucks as he'll. I can't seem to find a radio that is balanced out.
A robust internet radio station streamer for Ubuntu and Fedora based Linux distributions. It connects to web sites offering radio streaming and lets you play radio stations directly from that locations. With Great Little Radio Player, you will have collection of 300 radio stations worldwide.
Can roms, specifically from this forum http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1960 be installed on the T-Mobile GN2? If so, are there any modem / radio issues with the latest TMo radio or is there a better N7105 radio that should be used / recommended?
I'm putting together an emergency kit at home and one thing I'm missing is an emergency radio. I'm wondering, since the DX has an FM radio app, can that be used as an emergency radio? It certainly has its advantage with the bells and whistles in it (compass, map).
The key question is, the FM app is not an internet radio, but a real radio based on an FM receiver hardware, is that correct?