Removing TuneIn completely

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    Hi Doug

    Thanks for the feedback. TuneIn is actually our most popular music service and available right out of the box for all consumers to use worldwide.

    I have mentioned it to our Quality Assurance Team for future consideration.

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    Doug Walton

    Thanks.  Thing is, I (and lots of others) buy the Node 2 to act as a quality hi-res audio streamer that outputs via coax straight into an external DAC.  I have no interest in what TuneIn offers in that scenario. And given that I bought the device, I'd like to be able to decide what music sources are displayed in the device.  I will say that I love the BluOS UI for iOS - much better than native TIDAL.  Cheers...

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    Finn William Markussen

    Totally agree, TuneIn its not a future, its a irritable spam of the menu, I often accidentally open TuneIn when i want to use Tidal. Please make this user selectable to remove or to include in the menu list.

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    Gilles Mercier

    No reason to remove it... just don't use it, that's all !

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    Ivan Milazzotti

    How to remove it?

    It's occupying the space for services I want to use !!!

     

    Thanks

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    Chris Henning

    BluSound, come on.... don't leave us hanging. We know that someone likely shook someone's hand in an agreement to make TuneIn not be removable, are they a sponsor or did they give money to BluSound? I doubt someone forgot to program the simple checkbox to remove it from the list of services like all of the other providers....

    As another user said it is just "Spam" that a lot of us do not want to see and we should have the right to remove it from the devices we own. If this is not going to be possible than give us the open source to recompile your software so that we can actually make it better instead of ignoring this request and pretending to send it up the chain... or even if you did...follow up with your "Quality Assurance Team" instead of leaving your customers in the dark.

    Thanks

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