No one at Sirius can answer these questions, which is really sad. I was somewhat surprised that there is no direct channel input, but quickly determined that it was not that big a deal, and would actually add steps to the process of getting to your content. The Note4 seems to gain a decent amount on my half-hour drive to work, like it goes from 88% to 97% charge. If I reboot my phone, it tends to fix it and Tasker then reads the variable correctly. This aspect alone is something that has a coolness factor. Copyright © 2006-2019 All rights reserved. Not to mention exclusive live performances and artist-dedicated channels you can listen to only here, including our newest, The Beatles Channel, plus E Street Radio, The Garth Channel and more.
Not a huge deal, and more often than not a user would use the app in the vertical format anyway, but the option to go horizontal would be a step QuickPlay should consider. I don't have the Nexus 7 doing anything else at the time. Offer Details: Your outside-the-car service will automatically stop at the end of your 30-day subscription unless you decide to purchase another subscription. You can get channel detail, which offers a brief description of the channel, Add the channel as a favorite, Get Help, or go into Settings. I could cancel my car player subscription for one of my vehicles and just use this in a dock.
I guess my questions is this… with just a Sirius Internet account, will I be able to listen in the car via connecting my Droid thru the radio? One of their employees told me she was experiencing the same problem. Anyway, enough blabbering about my config. Not a huge deal, but a faster response would be worth while if it can be accomplished. Windows Phone, Blackberry and Amazon Fire users have no official way of accessing the service, although they might be able to use some apps from third-party developers. It seems like every time I get an idea of how to accomplish my goals, I get a new obstacle. I then installed a Screen Rotation lock program, set it to force Landscape, and then when I ran Sirius App, it ran fine in Landscape.
Nothing is crazier than having an app with a volume control when the device itself is capable of doing the job. Just choose your specific device from the to find out more details. I tried using Speed of Sound app, which works great, but for some reason when doing bluetooth, my volume controls don't work right. Then, I could hide my Note4 and simply use it as a modem+router for my Nexus. Find the music you want to hear, on now and ad-free. The development of various technologies has affected the radio, and today you can listen to hundreds of radio stations from all over the world on your smartphone or tablet provided that you have an Internet connection.
I can listen to my hearts content, and have the same bill every month. This gives me enough time to run into a store and get a few things and my music will resume quickly when I get back into the car. Listen to more than 300+ channels including ad-free music, plus sports, comedy, news and talk on your phone, online and at home. Sometimes it will play the audio at double rate, so it sounds like chipmunks. Tasker fails to detect bluetooth status on my Nexus 7, so I can't use that as a condition. The marketplace is where users will discover the app. When I tried the app on a Smartphone, of course initially it forced to Portrait.
Why wouldn't there be an option or ability to resume playing automatically, or something similar? However, I've got it working pretty well now, as long as the shutdown task succeeds. Are there any apps that can emulate a landscape mode for an app that doesn't have it built in? The Note4 was in standby all weekend for 2. Change your password, then it will work. Group hug and get it fixed for us. We are not responsible with abusing all of the applications on this site. Upon initial launch a warning message appears letting the user know that the app uses a lot of data and that the user is responsible for those data charges. I'm appalled that this app has had the same stupid forced portrait mode since inception over 6 years ago.
Oops, jumped the gun a little and should not have bad-mouth Tasker quite so much. You can even download and save videos on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Well I've been using my Note4 mounted in portrait mode. Done pumping gas, go to start car which cuts power briefly - this is when normally my exit task would fire off and shut down my devices and stuff. Additionally, my car dock for the droid can go either vertical or horizontal. Maybe 30 seconds will be enough time. Volume is where it should be.
If you seem to like a particular channel a lot and are likely to return to it later, you can add it to your favorites for faster, more convenient access. The best entertainment coverage around. The Android Auto app doesn't install on my Nexus 7 in-dash. I am not sure if there is a way to improve this. It would be shut down for half the day anyway.
Granted, I'll lose that kick-back if using my Note 4, so my minor cost savings with this whole setup kinda goes out the window. The Negatives - Possible Improvements - The app runs only in vertical format. Discover 100+ ad-free Xtra channels filled with music for any mood, occasion or activity. So while I was initially excited that I would now be able to listen to satellite radio on my Android phone, that excitement was cut short by the realities of what you actually get. I wish I could schedule a boot-up time, hehe, but really I start my car and let it warm up a little at least 6 months out of the year Montana has cold mornings more than half of the year , so the boot-up time in the morning doesn't bother me. Satellite and outside-the-car lineups vary slightly.
To use my Nexus 7, I still need to use my Note 4 to have the hotspot turn on automatically. The folks at QuickPlay do give you an option so that you don't see the message again. The app is very intuitive. On my Nexus 7, I'm pretty much just running Real Dash, which is a really slick app. Anyone running the Android app for Sirius on a 1024 x 600 head unit? A lot of this will likely have to do with whether or not you are in a 3G area. I have a MultiMedia dock for my Motorola Droid. I wish the fonts were bigger on a few of the layouts, but it is overall very beautiful when compared to Torque.