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My phone (Samsung Solstice II) can only stream music from the internet that is in the following format rtsp://64.202.98.91:554/gs64.sdp (this is Soma Groove Salad). I have used Wireshark to track down the address of different internet radio stations, but I can't figure what to put in for the object (like the "gs64" for groove salad). Do all radio stations broadcast in this manner, and it's just up to me to figure it out? Or do only some radio stations broadcast this way? (like soma, and radio paradise).

asked 29 Oct '11, 08:57

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It's the complete URL that defines the media stream, not just the address. So, by definition, there is no default name for the SDP object. It has to come from some external source.

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answered 29 Oct '11, 11:40

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