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  1. #21  
    Quote Originally Posted by pilot1000 View Post
    PTunes v3 on the LifeDrive allows volume control via the D-pad even with the screen off, but on the Treo 700p, the screen has to be on for either the D-pad or the side rocker buttons to control the volume. Does PTunes v4 allow the Treo to control the volume when the screen is off?
    Nope. This has never been the case with any of the Treos.
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  2. #22  
    Quote Originally Posted by scottymomo View Post
    Nope. This has never been the case with any of the Treos.
    It's one of the hardware features of the Treos - only the hard keys work with the screen off.

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  3. #23  
    Wow...talk about freedom from boredom!

    Well...for my situation...I work deep inside an office building 8-13
    hrs 5-7 days a week, in a cubicle, and in front of a laptop staring
    at technical engineering content.

    I've tried all sorts of things to get basic radio - Antennas, tuners,
    and even police scanners. The closest I got to getting anything but
    static would be Walkman headphones with the antenna and radio built
    in. Still even just a few deviations from horizontal (in regards to
    my head) and it was all static...pretty annoying, and tiring.

    Now with Pocket Tunes deluxe I can listen all I want to almost
    anything..especially NPR....it really makes the day bearable. I
    highly recommend it if your in a situation like this. The people at
    Pocket Tunes has really done an exceptional job on streaming internet
    radio.

    I've just downloaded and installed Softick's Audio Gate, and for my
    lunch break, I'll see if I can pair it up to my Nuvi 660. The 660 has
    a built in FM transmitter..so we'll see if I can then pipe the
    internet music to my Alpine. Krazy...fun!

    By the way, our division utilizes Nextel/Sprint phones, so we have
    repeaters installed inside the building.

    Regards,

    2smart4phone
  4. #24  
    ^ now thas what i'm talkn bout! 8-)
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       #25  
    Quote Originally Posted by 2smart4phone View Post
    Wow...talk about freedom from boredom!

    Well...for my situation...I work deep inside an office building 8-13
    hrs 5-7 days a week, in a cubicle, and in front of a laptop staring
    at technical engineering content.

    I've tried all sorts of things to get basic radio - Antennas, tuners,
    and even police scanners. The closest I got to getting anything but
    static would be Walkman headphones with the antenna and radio built
    in. Still even just a few deviations from horizontal (in regards to
    my head) and it was all static...pretty annoying, and tiring.

    Now with Pocket Tunes deluxe I can listen all I want to almost
    anything..especially NPR....it really makes the day bearable. I
    highly recommend it if your in a situation like this. The people at
    Pocket Tunes has really done an exceptional job on streaming internet
    radio.

    I've just downloaded and installed Softick's Audio Gate, and for my
    lunch break, I'll see if I can pair it up to my Nuvi 660. The 660 has
    a built in FM transmitter..so we'll see if I can then pipe the
    internet music to my Alpine. Krazy...fun!

    By the way, our division utilizes Nextel/Sprint phones, so we have
    repeaters installed inside the building.


    what thouest Treo doth, thouset laptop doth twenty leagues.
  6. #26  
    Quote Originally Posted by zeze22 View Post
    what thouest Treo doth, thouset laptop doth twenty leagues.
    He who liveth thinking thouest free from government control, must open thy eyes and ye shall see the communists that run the IT department. For they control what we in the west have come to know as a firewall. They control what information comes in and goes out of the corporate network.

    The Treo is freedom. The 2.2 ghz laptop with 1 gig of memory is for wordprocessing and Lotus Notes.
    Last edited by 2smart4phone; 12/20/2006 at 11:04 PM. Reason: Mooohahaha.....
    Regards,

    2smart4phone
  7. #27  
    ^ ROTFLMAO! Isn't that the truth.
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  8. #28  
    Why should I choose mOcean over PT4??
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2smart4phone View Post
    He who liveth thinking thouest free from government control, must open thy eyes and ye shall see the communists that run the IT department. For they control what we in the west have come to know as a firewall. They control what information comes in and goes out of the corporate network.

    The Treo is freedom. The 2.2 ghz laptop with 1 gig of memory is for wordprocessing and Lotus Notes.
    ....got it
  10. #30  
    ^I had that problem, once upon a time. Then one day I loaded FireFox on my work machine because I wanted tabbed browsing. And suddenly I can get to all this stuff I was once unable to Your results may vary, of course.
  11. #31  
    anyone know where i can get a list of radio stations for the ptunes?
  12. #32  
    Quote Originally Posted by trim81 View Post
    anyone know where i can get a list of radio stations for the ptunes?
    If you have access to a PC, go to www.shoutcast.com or you can try viewing the same site on your treo.

    Another and better alternative is to download and install ptunes and try out the 15 day trial.
    Regards,

    2smart4phone
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    #33  
    the ptunes is awesome. i have the kinoma also. ptunes is far and away better. the radio streaming is nice. plus i can use my bt headphone with softick to listen to music or radio stations in my headphones wirelessly
  14. #34  
    Quote Originally Posted by 2smart4phone View Post
    Wow...talk about freedom from boredom!

    Well...for my situation...I work deep inside an office building 8-13
    hrs 5-7 days a week, in a cubicle, and in front of a laptop staring
    at technical engineering content.

    I've tried all sorts of things to get basic radio - Antennas, tuners,
    and even police scanners. The closest I got to getting anything but
    static would be Walkman headphones with the antenna and radio built
    in. Still even just a few deviations from horizontal (in regards to
    my head) and it was all static...pretty annoying, and tiring.

    Now with Pocket Tunes deluxe I can listen all I want to almost
    anything..especially NPR....it really makes the day bearable. I
    highly recommend it if your in a situation like this. The people at
    Pocket Tunes has really done an exceptional job on streaming internet
    radio.

    I've just downloaded and installed Softick's Audio Gate, and for my
    lunch break, I'll see if I can pair it up to my Nuvi 660. The 660 has
    a built in FM transmitter..so we'll see if I can then pipe the
    internet music to my Alpine. Krazy...fun!

    By the way, our division utilizes Nextel/Sprint phones, so we have
    repeaters installed inside the building.

    How do you listen to NPR on pTunes? I didn't see it as a listed station...
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    I didn't even know it was upgraded. I'm going to upgrade now. Thanks.
  16. #36  
    Quote Originally Posted by acousticbiker View Post
    How do you listen to NPR on pTunes? I didn't see it as a listed station...
    http://www.shoutcast.com/directory/?s=npr

    And/Or you can use www.thestreamcenter.com to see if your local NPR station broadcasts in MP3 format.
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    #37  
    Quote Originally Posted by acousticbiker View Post
    How do you listen to NPR on pTunes? I didn't see it as a listed station...


    I'd definitely sign up if I could listen to Rush. I don't care for NPR!
  18. #38  
    I'm sure this is simple, but I'm having trouble figuring out how to get the exact URL and enter it into Ptunes. I've tried going to the Shoutcast website and figuring out specific URLs but when I click on the "Tune in" button I get a playlist popup which then takes me to iTunes. For entering URL's into Ptunes, what's the best way to isolate them to avoid popup players etc?
  19. #39  
    Right click on the link and copy the shortcut/link location (IE/FF) ...then paste it somewhere (Notepad, a new browser window etc) to see it more easily.

    There's also a way to create a text file/playlist that you can transfer to the treo with your list of stations..not sure how it's done though but I'm sure someone else does/will
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  20. #40  
    Will Sprint charge you for streaming music???????
    Regards,

    2smart4phone
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