The UI does not allow a change to another server. Major misfortune . I'll type more about their refund policy.
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Thread: SqueezePlayer for andriod
2012-07-25, 18:54 #1
SqueezePlayer for andriod
2012-07-25, 18:59 #2
2012-07-25, 22:44 #3
Android devices starting with version 3.x (i.e. also your Nexus) do have an "action bar" on the top or bottom of the screen. In this bar you'll find a button with three dots on it. This is where almost all Apps (including SqueezePlayer) that also support older devices with a dedicated menu button will put their menus.
In the SqueezePlayer settings of course you can change the target server as well as other settings.
If you like a refund, please send your Google order number to support(at)squeezeplayer.com, and I'm happy to do so.
If you have any other question, don't hesitate to ask.
StefanDid you know: SqueezePlayer will stream all your music to your Android device. Take your music everywhere!
Remote Control + Streaming to your iPad? Squeezebox + iPad = SqueezePad
Want to see a Weather Forecast on your Radio/Touch/Controller ? => why not try my Weather Forecast Applet
Want to use the Headphones with your Controller ? => why not try my Headphone Switcher Applet
2012-07-26, 09:16 #4
Now that I've wandered around in SqueezePlayer and OrangeSqueeze I cannot think of a better way to spend some of the $25 Google gave me for buying the Nexus 7.
OSqueeze makes wonderful use of the real estate. Everything is easily selectable, unlike using the WebUI on the tablet.
Again, Highly Recommended.
Especially thoughtful is the "Use Volume Buttons" that adjusts the current player volume using the tablet's up/down.
Last edited by banned for life; 2012-07-26 at 09:20.