Nov 21, 2018
@Martin Brtek wrote:
Thank you very much for possibility to enter URL. Good work!
no change for the better, CRo Radiozurnal does not work anyway. Error code 3104 or 3103.
Nov 30, 2018
Dec 22, 2018
I've tried using URLs found in a working page's HTML code. I find URLs that, when pasted into another browser window, work fine, but when used with the new functionality, get chopped off at 150 characters. So Bose can't work with stream URLs longer than 150 characters.
Can the URL buffer please be extended? 256 characters should be long enough. Thanks.
Jan 21, 2019
Thanks for the update to be able to play custom radio URL at last i can now listen to Radiotunes without using blutooth and running the battery down on my phone
Jan 12, 2019
Many folks report specific error codes and the response is generally that they are raised up to development - great
Any chance of getting a list of common error codes and their meaning?
Judicious use of search engines, this site and TuneIn's site return zip on error code definitions
Thanks in advance
Nov 24, 2018
Jan 9, 2019
you saved not my day, but my month!!! Your post inspired me to look also for CRo Plus, and with some searching I finally have found this stream that works!!!!
http://radio.cesnet.cz:8000/ respectively (all Cesky rozhlas stations).
Once more, thanks a lot. I appreciate your help!
Dec 20, 2018
Two more stations / streams that TuneIn won't play:
WCRB - Bach
WCRB - Boston Early Music
On the web these can be accessed at
and then at the top of the page, clicking on the down arrow.
I can now receive these 2 stations and didn't have to enter their urls.
Dec 22, 2018
If I am reading correctly, it seems that stations people have entered as URLs into the Bose app have magically started appearing on TuneIn.
Does this imply that this information is being logged and sent to Bose/TuneIn via the app and we are all inadvertently helping Bose/TuneIn create a huge database of station URLs?
This could be how Bose persuaded TuneIn to agree to the URL feature being added (at least in the short term) as this is doing their work for them, and more importantly creating a huge goldmine of data that can be cross-referenced with personal user data for all kinds of nefarious future marketing purposes. Or simply sold on... I do recall an initial license agreement insisting that you agree to having "usage data collected" or some such.
It also implies that once this exercise is completed, that the URL feature will be removed as fast as it appeared (through another obligatory "update") and that TuneIn will once again be your master. Why do I have this huge grim feeling that this whole debacle hasn't seen its final chapter yet...