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iPlayer WORKING on the X1

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OH MY GOD!!!

thats amazing, i have just tried it on my x1 and it works!!!

brilliant work, ur great

adnan

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The only problem with this is that if you go to www.bbc.co.uk in Opera then it takes you to the mobile site. But you may be ok with that.

I prefer to download on my PC and copy it over to my SD card without opening it on my PC. When you open it in WMP then it gets the license and plays it nicely.

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I think there is a way around opera opening it on the mobile site, I have done this but cant remember how.

I need to point out that you dont need to upgrade the version of Opera you already have, I reinstalled a different version of Opera over the version I already had as I didnt realise it came with version 9 and I ended up doing a hard reset as the other version mucked up my screen orientation.

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I think there is a way around opera opening it on the mobile site, I have done this but cant remember how.

I need to point out that you dont need to upgrade the version of Opera you already have, I reinstalled a different version of Opera over the version I already had as I didnt realise it came with version 9 and I ended up doing a hard reset as the other version mucked up my screen orientation.

The way to stop it from putting you to the mobile site is to remove the user agent which you have to put in to see the iPlayer. Kind of catch 22.

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Great that it is kind of working, just tried it on Top Gear!

But does your audio and video jump every few seconds

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