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       LAST.FM and WDTV Live, The urge to scrobble
    quantaloup
    post May 13 2010, 03:43 PM
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    Hey everybody!

    I just got the WDTV Live. After spending hours to connect with my home network and finally succeeding, I have been enjoying listening to music and movies without wires between my laptop and my home theater. There is however one small thing that still annoys me... I can't scrobble my tracks to LAST.FM! By any chance, did anybody find a way to do this? If not, can we still hope for a firmware update that would let us do that? OMG, I wish I could. Perhaps there is a multimedia center out there that will let me do this? If so, that might be a good enough reason for me to return my WDTV and exchange...

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    post May 21 2010, 09:18 AM
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    You'll return the Live because you can't scrobble to LastFM on it?

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