1. Win-Mac's Avatar
    Is there an app that will work with Sirius? SatRad stopped working and there is no Flash support so the Web App from Sirius will not work. Any suggestions?
    10-04-2012 12:29 PM
  2. mase123987's Avatar
    I believe that it is something that Sirius did, and it will take time for developers to edit their apps to get it working again. I don't believe it is something specific to this app. There isn't anyway to listen on your phone at this second.
    10-04-2012 01:09 PM
  3. jmerrey's Avatar
    Did "satellite radio" by ashtech software stop working as well? That's the one I've always used, but I haven't in a week or so.

    edit: just checked, that one also appears to not be functioning.
    10-04-2012 02:04 PM
  4. Win-Mac's Avatar
    Thanks for the replies. I can still listen to Tune-In and another radio app. But sometimes I just feel 60's music. Oh well. Maybe I'll get an iPhone (never thought I'd say that). No Sirius app, no flash support. Come ON!!!!
    10-04-2012 02:32 PM
  5. sconrad308's Avatar
    Thanks for the replies. I can still listen to Tune-In and another radio app. But sometimes I just feel 60's music. Oh well. Maybe I'll get an iPhone (never thought I'd say that). No Sirius app, no flash support. Come ON!!!!
    Apple doesn't have flash support. You do realize that the lack of flash support isn't the phone or the OS right? Want to complain about lack of apps go to the app developer, it is their fault, not MS. Also, if you want flash support go to the older Android devices. I don't believe that the newer androids even support flash. Adobe is not supporting mobile flash anymore at all. source
    10-04-2012 03:09 PM
  6. Win-Mac's Avatar
    Apple doesn't have flash support. You do realize that the lack of flash support isn't the phone or the OS right? Want to complain about lack of apps go to the app developer, it is their fault, not MS. Also, if you want flash support go to the older Android devices. I don't believe that the newer androids even support flash. Adobe is not supporting mobile flash anymore at all. source
    I do understand all the Flash platform stuff. My Droid supported Flash AND it had a Sirius App, Apple may not support Flash but it DOES have Apps to play Sirius. I don't want Flash for Flash sake but the Sirius Web App needs Flash to run. So that would be an alternative to the App. Thanks for your concern. Maybe you could start coding up a WP7 app for Sirius so we don't have to post so much. I'd code one up if I wasn't so busy at work already.
    10-04-2012 04:42 PM
  7. AriesDog's Avatar
    Did "satellite radio" by ashtech software stop working as well? That's the one I've always used, but I haven't in a week or so.

    edit: just checked, that one also appears to not be functioning.
    SatRad and Satellite Radio are the same app. It underwent a name change.
    10-22-2012 06:42 AM
  8. AriesDog's Avatar
    Thanks for the replies. I can still listen to Tune-In and another radio app. But sometimes I just feel 60's music. Oh well. Maybe I'll get an iPhone (never thought I'd say that). No Sirius app, no flash support. Come ON!!!!
    As a Windows Phone user you have access to the premium ad-free version of Last.fm. Use it and use the "60s" tag. Free 60s music with no ads.
    10-22-2012 06:44 AM
  9. AriesDog's Avatar
    So it's near the end of the month and still no change in the Satellite Radio player. Can WPCentral contact ashtech to see what's happening?
    10-22-2012 06:46 AM
  10. kcovert's Avatar
    Satellite Radio is still working on my WM7.5 phone. Of course it's not in the store or the other one mentioned here, SatRad.
    11-17-2012 10:49 PM
  11. RichHowerton's Avatar
    I think you can use a remote desktop app, and log in to your pc, and it will stream over the remote desktop (internet explorer).
    11-22-2014 06:40 PM
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