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I like a couple of Internet radios that I'm currently able to listen to using CorePlayer under Windows Mobile, VLC and WMP on PC. I own the .m3u files for both and, but when trying to open with different players they won't get played. NSWPlayer crashes, RockPlayer says the file can't be played with System Player.

Any tips?

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

try TuneIn Radio, it has both stations, and it's great (and free)!

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M3U files store playlists. The M3U files you are trying to run just has a list of URLs to the radio stations. You can only play M3U files on your Media Player if the player supports playing them.

Try the Live365 app. It works great for me. Huge range of stations, both free and paid.

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