Now this one is different and does not need a web browser to stream live TV video.
All you need is your S60 Real Player application or the Latest Core Player that supports RTSP, and of course RSTP sites.
Here is the procedure:
-Open notepad on PC.
-Copy the specific code/link.
-Then save as .sdp
-Transfer it to your mobile.
Here are some codes/links I found around the web:
Cartoon Network: rtsp://220.127.116.11/CNT_LIVE.SDP (save as CNT_LIVE.sdp)
MTV: rtsp://18.104.22.168/MTV_LIVE.SDP (save as MTV_LIVE.sdp)
CNN: rtsp://22.214.171.124/CNN_LIVE.SDP (save as CNN_LIVE.sdp)
Discovery Channel: rtsp://126.96.36.199/Discovery_LIVE.SDP (save as Discovery_LIVE.sdp)
I have tested these channels on my Nokia N85 and they work flawlessly. I also tested them on my PC using the latest Real Player, they work great but a little grainy as I think they were intended for mobile viewing.
DISCLAIMER: Make sure you have a higher or unlimited data plan. We are not responsible for high/additional charges. If your phone has WLAN, Preferably use it to avoid charges for Streaming data.
To finish up… Here is a video demo that I created..
I hope you enjoyed my post.. Stuff like these really helps me a lot whenever I’m with my daughter as she tends to get bored quickly.
If you have any questions or suggestions please don’t hesitate to comment..
Till next time!! gwapz signing off..
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