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We have to remove the · tag for testing purpose.
The regular expression would be this one:

To understand it, look at the examples:
$ str=”begin ´credicooodappledanochatdownloadedatcoolstar ´norzdunojatääatáven ´allright ´woot ´bearwithme ´lalala ´woot ´woot ´ohmy ´bearwithme ´k. ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´woot ´hugandknifeisgood ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´woot ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´woot ´bearwithme ´woot ´bearwithme ´woot ´hugandknifeisgood ´lalala ´lalala ´woot ´woot ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´hugandknifeisgood ´bearwithme ´hugandknifeisgood ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´hugandknifeisgood ´lalala ´bearwithme ´lalala ´woot ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´hugandknifeisgood ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´hugandknifeisgood ´lalala ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´hugandknifeisgood ´lalala ´lalala ´woot ´bearwithme ´bearwithme ´


As the code snippet you’ve provided is already too long for a comment, I’m just going to provide a solution.
The main problem is that there are invalid URIs.
should be:
The two values are separated by a “:” (colon).
This results in a highly undocumented and unsupported feature (as far as we know). It looks like.cached.nomx.net has special meaning for MediaPlayerConnectivity:MediaPlayerConnectivity.connectToDevice.
More importantly though, this is not supported in any way by any standard Android MediaPlayer API, by any way!
I don’t understand why your.nomx.net URIs are there (but this doesn’t matter too much, I guess), but even if they were valid, they wouldn’t work anyway – as MediaPlayerConnectivity doesn’t support this feature.
So I suggest that you could try the following. Make sure that your.nomx.net URIs are valid – they should be.
I also suggest that you try to create a simple HelloWorld. I use the following code (which doesn’t contain any MediaPlayer stuff whatsoever, but we can add it later):
public class MainActivity extends Activity {

protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {

String url = “”;
String html = null;
try {
html = getPage(url);
} catch (IOException e) {


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