There are a couple ways to download and install Live365 to your BlackBerry device
Install direct to your phone from the BlackBerry App World
- Launch BlackBerry’s new App World application from your BlackBerry phone, then search for “Live365.”
- Once you’ve found the Live365 page, click “Run” and Live365 Radio will install.
Install direct to your phone from your browser
- Point your phone’s browser directly to the Live365 Radio Mobile install page.
- Once you’re on the web page, click the install link next to the BlackBerry picture and the install process will begin.
NOTE: “Poor Data Connection” error on start-up can be caused by missing streaming/TCP setup data on certain phones. This can be fixed by entering the correct TCP settings for your carrier. Visit our help page for instructions.
Launching Live365 Radio on Your BlackBerry
- Depending on your device and carrier, the applications are installed in the “Applications” or “Downloads” folders. From the desktop on your phone, click the folders to open them and locate the Live365 icon.
- Click the “Live365 Radio” icon to launch.
- You will see the loading icon for several seconds followed by the launch of Live365 Radio.
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Uninstalling Live365 Radio
- Go to your “Settings” folder from your BlackBerry desktop
- Select the “options” icon
- Click on “Advanced Options” from the list
- Click on “Applications”
- It will build the application list. Then scroll down and HIGHLIGHT Live365. Don’t click on it – just highlight it. (If you click on it, just hit “back.”)
- Click your “Options” button (the one with the little dots) and select “Delete”
- It will ask you to confirm the delete… answer yes and then restart the phone.
Live365 Radio should work on the following devices:
Pearl 8703, 8700, 8120, 8130, 8100, 7130a
Curve 8330, 8320, 8310, 8300, 8900
8800, 8820, 8830
Does not currently work on the Storm or Tour.
Data connection speeds vary across the U.S. so your experience may be also vary depending on your data speeds where you live and work. For instance, higher audio quality streams (128k) will not play consistently on the AT&T mobile Edge network yet play fine on Verizon’s EVDO network. It’s free to try so give it a spin. There’s plenty to listen to on all networks!