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Postby Pangia » 11 Dec 2015, 23:46

I was wondering if it would be possible to make RadioSure somehow work with your car audio. I guess it mostly depends on if it's possible to have RadioSure working on any mobile device (e.g. smartphone), cause then plugging that device to your car radio (through AUX, USB or sth similar) should work as many people use their smartphones to store their music there and listen to it while driving a car. Did anybody try that and have some experience with that? Or using RadioSure on smartphone? This seems to be a good alternative to those that don't have time/opportunity/will to collect all their favourite songs or are open to alternatives while still keeping to listen to music genres of their likings.
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Re: RadioSure… in car

Postby Fonzy » 12 Dec 2015, 00:29

Radio Sure is develloped to use on a personal Computer.
There was never developed a APP for mobile devices.
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Re: RadioSure… in car

Postby Pangia » 16 Dec 2015, 04:21

Awwww, that's bad luck for me. So there is really no option to make it work on any mobile device nor anybody tried that earlier? :(


Edited by Fonzy: reason, Someone is disturbed by the words " a shame" , because translated to other languages the words are offending (in his mind...)
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Re: RadioSure… in car

Postby Media Lemon » 16 Dec 2015, 22:47

Pangia
(text adapted to what topic started is meaning by Fonzy)
1. Mr FONZY was best answer You
2. if You like to develop or offer this software contact by this email support@radiosure.com
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Re: RadioSure… in car

Postby Fonzy » 16 Dec 2015, 23:37

"it's a shame" or "that's a shame" is just a common expression for saying "regretteable" or "why not " and is an "expression" used by English languaged people..
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Re: RadioSure… in car

Postby Media Lemon » 16 Dec 2015, 23:41

True Mr Fonzy :)
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Re: RadioSure… in car

Postby Media Lemon » 22 Dec 2015, 20:57

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Re: RadioSure… in car

Postby Pangia » 26 Dec 2015, 00:03

Fonzy wrote:"it's a shame" or "that's a shame" is just a common expression for saying "regretteable" or "why not " and is an "expression" used by English languaged people..

Exactly. I know that „shame” has other meaning – actually, in my native language (Polish) it's pretty much always translated as similar to „disgrace”. I'm sorry I've made it unclear, I was hoping that rest of my wording will make it straight :) Why I'd say crap about RadioSure and its author after using it for about last 2 years? :)
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