Radio on Homebrew

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  1. Alex3dss
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    Alex3dss I like sharing Japanese music

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    Is there a way to make a homebrew application that let you hear music from a internet radio?

    Here is a explanation:

    It makes a connection to a internet radio (like www.noisefm.ru) and plays all music. You gotta edit 1 file with the url of your favorite internet radio and streams the music straight to your 3ds
    A CIA version would also be nice.

    Why not a radio on your 3ds playing Electro, EDM and Dubstep all day long:yay:





    Sorry for my bad English

    Still trying to improve it
     
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    olshrimpeyes Your question is bad and you should feel bad

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    I'm not sure about the one you linked to, but most of the streaming radio services don't allow 3rd party clients for licensing reasons. Another thing is streaming audio in is quite difficult to get right on hardware like the 3DS.
     
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    Alex3dss I like sharing Japanese music

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    Yeah I guess your right. I hope it is possible, but if it isnt then it wouldnt be a huge problem
     
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    Possible, sure. It should even be doable through the web browser on the n3DS if using a HTML5 player.
     
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    Alex3dss I like sharing Japanese music

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    Do you know a guy that would be able to make a homebrew like this?
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    Even if the player is HTML5 there's still the issue of the codec & and any media extensions the player is using.
     
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    I'd love to see a Shortwave radio homebrew app on the 3DS, if it's possible.
     
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    I don't know, anyone with programming experience I guess.
    You could try this if you have a n3DS: http://www.radioforge.com/

    Your image doesn't work, by the way.
     
  9. Alex3dss
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    Alex3dss I like sharing Japanese music

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    My image did work but when I refreshed my page it didnt work anymore.
    What is radioforge.com?

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    Does the image work now?
    EDIT: F*ck still doesnt work xD
     
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    In fact, long ago I used to listen streaming radio with a DS homebrew (from a very crappy way, indeed). But, I don't remember how was named!... Then, very possible and interesting a streaming radio app for 3ds!

    Edit: This app, I guess: http://gamebrew.org/wiki/Dissonance

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    Do you refer to listen a conventional (broadcasted through the air) radio frequency? I don't think so!... Only streaming radio (from Internet).
     
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