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How to listen to No Lies Radio on your Android Cell Phone at Home, in the Office, or in your Car

    In your Apps find the Play Store
    Search for and download and install the free app called XiiaLive
    Open your internet browser
    Search for noliesradio.org
    Open noliesradio.org
    Scroll over to upper right hand side of the NoLiesRadio webpage and find the radio player
    Click on the WINAMP or iTUNES choice
    Choose XiiaLive when the popup for Complete Action Using occurs
    Be sure to Check off Use by Default for this Action
    XiiaLive will open and the No Lies Radio stream will start
    Add to favorites
    You are done..Enjoy

See the how to video below if you get into trouble.


How to use Bluetooth using XiiaLive


XiiaLive App Overview


Can’t See the Archive Player? Troubleshooting Steps to follow:

If you cannot see the Archive Player after the phrase:
It is now archived here — Use Player
follow these instructions:

Try using Chrome as the Internet browser and see if you can see the archive player now. If you can, the issue with the other browser is that the flash player needs to be updated. Open the browser that is not working and go to this link to update flash: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/.

Note that Chrome automatically updates flash. Other browsers such as Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari do not. For those you must update flash manually. In Safari if flash is not updated you may see a message such as “blocked plug-in”. Click on that link and it will take you to the flash update page. Then download and install the latest flash update.

Ipad does not support Flash natively which are archives require, however you can download and use another browser to your Ipad that does support flash. This is recommended not only for No Lies Radio but for thousands of other websites that use flash that your Ipad cannot access. Click on this link to download alternative browsers for Ipad that support flash.

Can’t Hear the Radio Troubleshooting Steps to follow:

First, you must be connected to the Internet and your speakers turned on and working. The Radio Player and it’s ON-OFF button switch is located at the top of the right hand column. When you first arrive at the website the Radio is TURNED OFF. You can then turn it ON if you wish with the button.

Our Radio has been tested to work with these Internet Browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari. Please note that earlier versions of Google Chrome do not work. If you have a early version of Chrome, use Add-Remove programs to remove it, and then download from Google the lastest version (2.0.172.28 or higher). This version has been verified to work.

If you are trying to listen with your Internet Browser (Internet Explorer, FireFox, Google Chrome, or Safari) and you can’t hear or it cuts out:

Try Refreshing your browser. If that doesn’t work, then

Exit your browser program and then re-open it. If that doesn’t work, then

Clear the cache in your Internet Browser.
In Firefox go to Tools>Options>Advanced>Network>PUSH THE CLEAR NOW BUTTON.
In Internet Explorer go to Tools>Internet Options>in Browsing History> push the DELETE OR DELETE FILES Button. If that doesn’t work, then

Switch to another Internet browser program. Our radio has been tested to work in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Google Chome. If that doesn’t work, then

Try using your Player (WinAmp, RealPlayer, Itunes, QuickTime).
You can launch your player with the WINAMP or iTUNES link located just under the Radio Player Widget. Give it a minute or two to open. If that doesn’t work, then

Open your player manually thru a desktop icon or thru a program listing. Make sure the player is fully loaded and running and then click on the WINAMP or iTUNES link located just under the Radio Player Widget. If that doesn’t work, then

Download and install (or reinstall) WinAmp, which can be downloaded HERE.

If you are listening with your player and it cuts out…try refreshing by hitting the stop and then the play button on your player. You can also exit your player program and then re-open it and then click on the WINAMP or iTUNES link located just under the Radio Player Widget.

General Concepts:

The sound for No Lies Radio is TURNED OFF when you first arrive at the No Lies Web-site. To turn it ON use the ON-OFF switch on the Radio Player at the top of the right hand column. You should be able to hear it if your speakers are connected and turned on. It works because you are listening with your Internet Browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari). The flash player must already be installed (which is the case 99% of the time). If flash is not installed, you will be prompted to install it. If you wish to turn off the Radio, you can simply click on ON/OFF button on the Radio Player widget. This is a toggle switches which you can use to turn the radio ON or OFF at anytime.
You can also listen to No Lies Radio with YOUR PLAYER such as WinAmp, RealPlayer, Itunes, or QuickTime. To listen with your player you should first turn off the Radio with the ON/OFF button on the Radio Player widget. Then click on WINAMP or iTUNES link located just under the Radio Player. If your player is installed and working it should launch and you should be able to hear the Radio. If you do not have a player, we recommend that you install WinAmp, which can be downloaded HERE.

SPECIAL POPUP RADIO PLAYER USE:
You can use the POPUP the PLAYER link under the Radio Player Widget to put a Floating Radio Player widget on your desktop. You then can surf the Internet freely with this Widget in floating mode. Be sure to turn off the sound from the Fixed Radio Player Widget if you use the POPUP Player.

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