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    I've set up my profile on RADIOTIME convinced I could memorize a radio station in it to avoid searching for it every single time, am I not seeing how this can be done or it just can't be done at all?
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    You add it to your favorites. Do you have an account setup with Radiotime?

    Not favorites but Presets
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    Quote Originally Posted by mamouton View Post
    You add it to your favorites. Do you have an account setup with Radiotime?

    Not favorites but Presets
    Yep, I have an account, I'm sure it can be done but can't understand how, there's no add to presets option or similar
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    Once you find the radio station you want you click on the star at the top right hand corner and it will add it to your presets.
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    You can also login to RadioTime.com with the same username and password you used in the program to add/remove/organize your presets directly from the website. Note that not all stations/shows will work due to licensing and WebOS audio codec support.

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