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Description Of Issue
There is a Radio functionality problem that has been present ever since the incorporation of the new radio pages in Roon (I forget version/build numbers).
Since this time, when selecting a radio station saved in “My Live Radio” and then switching back to another music source (local stream or Qobuz, etc.)…going back to the “My Live Radio” page systematically shows an empty page with no radio stations listed. This is an absolute error and has been this way since day 1. Solution is to close roon app on iPad, relaunch and then access the radio page to find everything intact. I had just accepted it,
NOW there is a new creative development. When switching between saved radio stations within the same “My Live Radio” page we get a new screen indicating " station no longer exists" when it damn sure does exist. Worse yet, when selecting a different radio station, right before it plays, there is a brief screen flash of this “no longer exists” screen and then the station will play.
Clearly, something goofy is going on with the Radio station functionality in Roon.
Can you please provide a screen recording of this behavior where you reproduce these steps?
I tried these steps on my end, but was not able to make the issue occur for me, having the video should clarify better on the exact sequence. Please upload screen recording to Dropbox / Google Drive / ect. and post a link, here are screen record instructions:
I’m having this same problem: almost all radio stations come up with “Station unavailable / Station no longer exists”. I have rebooted everything in sight, to no effect.
I am using Roon 1.7 (build 610) from a Samsung tablet that accesses the core on a desktop computer running Debian 10 (Linux). The audio zone is an NAD C368 DAC amplifier with a BluOS 2i module. All of the connections between the router, the desktop, and the amplifier are wired. I use the TIDAL streaming service.