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Old March 8th 19, 02:28 PM posted to alt.windows7.general,comp.mobile.android,uk.telecom.mobile
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Default Pairing Win 7 & Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 via Bluetooth

In comp.mobile.android, on Fri, 8 Mar 2019 13:19:34 +0000, Andy Burns
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micky wrote:

what
I wanted was to play the cellphone app radio through the better, louder
speakers of the laptop


I doubt it's set-up to work that way, far more likely to play audio from
the laptop to a higher quality speaker ... probably nothing in the spec
preventing it, but nobody would expect you to want to do it.


The reason is that at least two of the apps ar e better than anything
I've found on the PC.

The WYPR app will play that station live, but it also has On Demand
almost anything that's been on NPR in the last few weeks.

And Simple Radio automaticallly listed 17 local radio stations (though
it's either music or talk in a language I can't understand) plus I could
find my own choices world-wide and switch from one to another in a
second. Radiomaximus on the PC is almost that good but it doesn't have
WYPR for some reason, the local NPR station for Baltimore. .

 




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