iheartradio won't download from windows store

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  1. Posts : 282
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       #1

    iheartradio won't download from windows store


    This is an incredibly stupid problem........

    I listen to a local am station in iheart radio for news. In a browser, on a Windows 10 Pro PC. Can be Firefox, Chrome, Opera, doesn't matter. It's worked for YEARS.

    Lately, every time I open the link, it goes to the station then tells me I have to listen in the app.... THIS is where the problem starts.

    It appears I have to get the iheart radio app for windows from the Windows store.

    Open the Windows store, log into the Microsoft account, FIND iheart radio, it says "FREE" and "Get", so I hit the button. Simple, trivial, should be painless, but OF COURSE, it's not.
    Windows store pops up a window that says I own the app (iheart) and there's a blue button that says "Install". STILL trivial....
    Except it fails with a popup: Something unexpected happened and "Code: 0x8007000D"

    Went out and looked at this, and it just leads to 20 different Microsoft pages filled with gibberish and all appear to end with doing a "repair install from the ISO"...... That's not going to happen.

    SO, anybody have an idea how I get this *&^%$#@! app onto Windows so I can listen to news when I want?
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       #2

    I found this download .... just be careful to uncheck anything that may be 'bundled' with it: iHeartRADIO - Download
    iheartradio won't download from windows store-iheartradio.jpg
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  3. NMI's Avatar
    NMI
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    Jacee said:
    I found this download .... just be careful to uncheck anything that may be 'bundled' with it: iHeartRADIO - Download
    iheartradio won't download from windows store-iheartradio.jpg
    That link just leads to the Microsoft Store.
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  4. Jacee's Avatar
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       #4

    Oh
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  5. ThrashZone's Avatar
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    Hi,
    Just have to use a browser lol
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  6. Posts : 282
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    Thread Starter
       #6

    As the ORIGINAL post said, if I could "just use a browser" I wouldn't be asking. Firefox, Chrome, Opera, ingonito windows, ALL fail and dump after churning for several seconds, pop up a message that "This station is not currently available" "Listen in App".

    Which is how this whole thing started... If I could GET the #$%$%^ APP to download and install on Windows 10, again, I wouldn't be asking...

    I've found a COUPLE links that purport to install the app, but they ALL just dump to the Microsoft store eventually. Which fails every time I try.
    Last edited by GracieAllen; 28 Aug 2020 at 16:31.
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  7. Edwin's Avatar
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       #7

    GracieAllen said:
    ......can listen to news when I want?
    What station?
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  8. Edwin's Avatar
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    Edwin said:
    What station?
    Anyway......,

    Try another app, like TuneIn or sumpthin.
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  9. Posts : 282
    Windows 10 Professional
    Thread Starter
       #9

    <heavy sigh>

    AM 1130, KTLK in Minneapolis.

    You show me the alternative "app" that will play this station, I'll use it... So far, the HALF DOZEN alternatives I've tried in various browsers DON'T... Let me know which app works...

    Anybody have a useful answer that addresses the error so I can get the app downloaded?
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  10. Edwin's Avatar
    Posts : 17,821
    Windows 10
       #10

    Installed the App but it doesn't work...

    iheartradio won't download from windows store-001003.png

    however, it works on Chrome browser...

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