Installing Live365 Radio for Windows® Mobile 5/6

The Live365 Radio app does NOT work on the new Windows Phone 7 handsets. Only the older Windows 5/6 handsets at this time.

Install direct to your phone:

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 Windows Mobile picture and the install process will begin.

Uninstalling Live365 Radio
  1. From the Windows Mobile Desktop, click "Start."
  2. Scroll down to the "Settings" item and select it.
  3. Scroll down to the "Remove Programs" item and select it.
  4. Scroll down to "Live365 Radio" and select it. Confirm by clicking "yes" and it will be uninstalled.

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Release history

Live365 Radio for Windows® Mobile 5/6

Currently we are testing Live365 Radio on the following devices (more to be added with your help!)

  • AT&T 7525, Tilt
  • Audiovox 6700
  • Blackjack
  • Cingular 8125, 8525
  • Dell Axim X51V
  • Dopod 810, 595, 838 Pro
  • HP IPAQ 2750, hx4700, 510, 514
  • HTC Orange SPV3100, Wizard, Mogul, 3300, 6800, Touch 6900, Touch P3450
  • I-mate JAQ
  • Motorola Q, Q9
  • Palm devices running the Windows Mobile OS
  • PPC-6700
  • Samsung i760
  • Sprint PPC-6700
  • Starcom 6700
  • T-Mobile Dash, Wing, MDA
  • Treo 700w, 700wx, 750
  • Verizon VX6700

Live365 Radio should operate on most mobile phones running Windows Mobile 5 or 6. It may not run on the Windows 2003 or CE operating systems. Not available for Palm 650, 655 handsets at this time.

Live365 Radio for Windows® Mobile 5/6 Requirements
  • Windows Mobile 5 or 6.
  • At least 3 MB free disk space on device or on storage card.
  • Unlimited data plan (you'll be streaming a lot and we don't want any nasty surprises when your phone bill comes!)

Listen to Live365 in your car
Listen to Live365 in your car

Visit your mobile carrier's website for a complete line of accessories including cassette adaptors, FM transmitters, and cables. Also check out CNET's helpful video on getting your mobile music into your car.


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