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How to play mp3 from server in Java ME

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The method below shows how an mp3 file can be played from a server in Java ME.

public void playAudio()
{
try
{
String url = "http://server/audio.mp3";
HttpConnection conn = (HttpConnection)Connector.open(url,
Connector.READ_WRITE);
InputStream is = conn.openInputStream();
player = Manager.createPlayer(is,"audio/amr");
 
player.realize();
// get volume control for player and set volume to max
vc = (VolumeControl) player.getControl("VolumeControl");
if(vc != null)
{
vc.setLevel(100);
}
player.prefetch();
player.start();
}
catch(Exception e)
{}
}

Note for S40 Devices: - The Midlet is responsible to avoid/catch out_of_memory exceptions in case the mp3 file

to be downloaded exceeds the amount of free memory.

- A good practice to avoid these kind of problems may be to either:

 - add the keyword <progressive_download: enable> as an attribute to the midlets jad or manifest file
 or
 - change the url for the file to be downloaded to the format: 

resource://my_media_file.mp3?streamable=true In the case above this means: String url = "http://server/audio.mp3?streamable=true";

Applying one of the changes should result in streaming instead of first downloading the whole file and starting to play not before the complete file was downloaded.

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