[Vrstream] More Memory for You and Me!

Russ Kiehne russ94577 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 21 09:27:36 EST 2015


Yes, I looked at the manual.

-----Original Message----- 
From: Aidan
Sent: Sunday, December 20, 2015 1:24 PM
To: Anders Holmberg
Cc: vrStream at vrstreamusers.org ; Max G. Swanson
Subject: Re: [Vrstream] More Memory for You and Me!

Russ are you sure about the aac plus not being on the blaze?

On 20/12/2015, Anders Holmberg <anders at pipkrokodil.se> wrote:
> Hi!
> I agree to all.
> Will also try to sell my stream and get me a better device.
> Or maybe i only use it as a daisy player which its made for from the
> beginning.
> /A
>> 19 dec. 2015 kl. 19:01 skrev Aidan <aidan.smarttalk at gmail.com>:
>>
>> This hole memory thing was just stupid. Why don't they do it like any
>> normal person would, and give the device a good load of memory wich
>> are treated exactly like the card are treated. Meaning its accessible
>> to the pc, and all type of content can be stored there. They should
>> also do the same other way around. They should allow for radio and
>> podcasts to be downloaded to the card, and if you put them there
>> first, it should have internet radio bookshelf on the card also and
>> play them from there. But now they force you to keep all online
>> content in memory. And its easy to say just move it to the card, but
>> people forget that sometimes you might use a card wich are already
>> prepaired with content you don't want to remove at a given time, but
>> now you would be forced to do so just to make room for the internal
>> memory content. That is why I will try get a blaze ET. I know its more
>> expensive, but its going to be more werth it, also since now it was
>> said that new stream users get more problems that worry me. I mean for
>> the amount you pay. You guys are lucky to pay in dollars, so its not
>> to difficult for you to just grabb a new one. But for some its a tuff
>> deal. The disadvantage is that for a phone or tablit you might get
>> contract, but for these devices you must just pay kash and that's
>> that. That is eextremely difficult.
>>
>> On 19/12/2015, lana <lana5 at comcast.net> wrote:
>>>        Given the problems, I'm not sure about more memory, but I would
>>> like
>>> to be able to copy things from the card to the internal memory. There
>>> are
>>> just things you want to keep with you reguardless of what card is in the
>>> machine at the time.
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Chris Wright via Vrstream
>>> Sent: Saturday, December 19, 2015 10:30 AM
>>> To: Max G. Swanson
>>> Cc: vrStream at vrstreamusers.org
>>> Subject: Re: [Vrstream] More Memory for You and Me!
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I agree. I didn’t know about this until my friend got a replacement
>>> Stream
>>> and it reported the increased storage. Humanware never publicly
>>> mentioned
>>> this as far as I know. It’s not that big of a deal that I would go and
>>> buy
>>> another Stream. While we’re on the topic of internal memory, I really
>>> wish
>>> they would open it up so we could store our own content in it. I’d love
>>> to
>>> be able to record or put certain files I always wanted to keep on the
>>> Stream
>>> regardless of what card I was using. What are your thoughts on this
>>> whole
>>> internal memory thing? This reminds me of that 4.4.12 update that was
>>> just
>>> pushed to everyone with no explanation of what was fixed or changed.
>>>> On Dec 19, 2015, at 9:58 AM, Max G. Swanson <swando99 at iphouse.com>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Several days back a casual reference was made to a substantial memory
>>>> upgrade in the Stream II.  I'm quite conflicted about this.
>>>>
>>>> First, don't those of us who bought the Stream for about the same price
>>>> when it had 2.6 GB Internal deserve some consideration from HW?
>>>> Second,
>>>> more problems are being reported with newer Streams; so maybe we 2.6
>>>> owners are the lucky ones.
>>>>
>>>> I do find it a bit strange though that a three-fold increase in
>>>> capacity
>>>> was simply sneaked thru without a word to owners of older units.
>>>>
>>>> If a stream reports 5 GB available when the memory is acting like it's
>>>> full, we may not know what to think but we must think something!
>>>> --
>>>> "How many aspirins will we take to reach the surface of the truth?"
>>>> --Frank Lima.  Regards, Max
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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