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    Finally it looks like there is an official Sopcast release available for us Android users.

    New release for android

    SopCast Android version is a general player. Supports android smart phone, pad, set-top-box and other devices with Android 2.2+. Besides playing SopCast P2P live channels, it also can play most types of local audio and video files, and URL-based streaming media. SopCast efforts to reduce CPU usage and only buffer data in memory, no harm to your storage. enjoy it!

    Please read http://forum.wiziwig.eu/threads/7216...51#post1556251 if you got issues with the Sop on Android!

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    [May 11, 12] Android release 0.8.6

    • Added thumbnail user interface for VIP users.
    • Improved performance of user interface.
    • Fixed a bug in user authentication.
    • Shortened the time to open a web link of sop channel.
    • Fixed other minor bugs.


    Download 0.8.6 SopCast.apk from: http://download.easetuner.com/download/SopCast.apk

    Mirror Download from: http://www.multiupload.nl/IF7KZBQNE3

    md5sum SopCast-0.8.6.apk a0e204ae18bfddffc228596fce13d9a4


    [Apr 17, 12] Android release 0.8.4

    • Updated Beta for Ice Cream Sandwich Support
    • Issue where some devices played audio but no video (Black Screen) should now be fixed.
    • Download link below

    Download 0.8.4 SopCast.apk from: http://download.easetuner.com/downlo...Cast-0.8.4.apk

    Mirror Download from: http://www.multiupload.nl/RCMEGOEMQQ


    [Apr 9, 12] Android release 0.8.3

    • Powered by latest SopCast P2P engine, supports all SopCast P2P channel types.
    • As a general player, supports most types of local audio and video files.
    • Supports URL-based live stream.
    • Low CPU usage.
    • Memory buffering, no harm to your storage.
    • Supports android smart phone, pad, set-top-box and other devices with Android 2.2+.

    Download 0.8.3 SopCast.apk from: http://download.easetuner.com/download/SopCast.apk

    Mirror Download from: http://www.mediafire.com/?7g8br7xt2mc5bfo


    For more info see the http://www.sopcast.cn/docs/android.html manual or How to use SopCast Android.
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    Updated the first post a bit, sounds nice

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    looks good but 12.1MB is quite big for a phone...?
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    Anyone who tested it already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEAD_MAN_WALKING View Post
    looks good but 12.1MB is quite big for a phone...?
    No,it is not.They easily reach 32G or more of memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Yeah, anyone who tested it already?
    I am DLing it now(very very slow)and I'll let you know here.There was already a kind of channels list,let's hope somebody has really developed a player!
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    Yeah take a look at the pictures on Sopcast: http://www.sopcast.cn/docs/android.html . That's what sopcast has developed, so might be better then

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    Yes, there I was...
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    First impression:absolutely positive!
    I'm posting from a GalaxyS2 and it is working.With the H264 channels is lagging a lot,with other ones still has many uncertainities.I imagine it has been developed thinking of ICS and not specially Gingerbread.
    Good luck,the path is good and personally I consider it the best news of 2012,even a bi touching to havd to deal with a 0. version of sop again
    It doesn't start from protocol link(yet?) and I haven't yet found how to insert the same.

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    First impression:absolutely positive!
    plays protocol link/http/mms/sop,you can find the url input bar under local media

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    ...url input bar under local media...
    ..right! and here they are:SopcastX
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    Amazing! I didn't think this would ever happen. If someone can manage a Streamtorrent app for Android as well, my life will be complete.


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    working fine on my GalaxyS2
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    It took a couple minutes to buffer, but the stream ran great. The only problem is that you can't control the media volume with your phone's controls. Or at least I can't on my Incredible S.

    Edit: Never mind. Volume works.


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    I got sound but no video on a Galaxy Nexus.

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    Just a thought. As far as I know Sopcast channels rely on sufficient upload of the viewers combined. I don't think there are many cell phone networks which have a sufficient upload yet. Wouldn't this cause a problem if you've a lot of mobile viewers for a single channel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100 Years Of Habs View Post
    It took a couple minutes to buffer, but the stream ran great. The only problem is that you can't control the media volume with your phone's controls. Or at least I can't on my Incredible S.

    Edit: Never mind. Volume works.
    Not invasive useful widgets:Slider , Musica Volume or ....commanded headphones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by algi View Post
    Not invasive useful widgets:Slider , Musica Volume or ....commanded headphones.

    Decent. I could see both of these being pretty handy. Thanks!


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    It's indeed running already very well.I am watching,on an Android tablet,channel 79509 at 1711 k/bsec and is relly amazingly good.
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    @Admin
    I think you should make an app or even a widget as...I'll send them to you if I know where
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