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I had no idea there was a little community dedicated to pandora hacking.

For a little while, I had been getting by with a little shell script wrapped around a command-live version of wireshark:

#!/bin/bash

FOLDER=$1
PATH=$PATH:/c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/Wireshark

# grab pandora mp4 files URLs in incoming.log
tshark -i 2 -R 'http' -l |
        fgrep --line-buffered 'access/?version' |
        perl -pe '$|=1;s/^.*-> ([^ ]*) .* (\/access\/[^ ]+) HTT.*$/http:\/\/$1$2/g' > incoming.log &

# watch for new URLs
tail -n 0 -f incoming.log | while read url
do
        # check if we already have this url loaded
        HASH=`echo -n $url|md5sum -t|cut -f1 -d' '`
        if [ -a $FOLDER/$HASH.m4a ]
        then
                echo "ok."
        else
                curl -m 15 "$url" > $FOLDER/$HASH.m4a
        fi
done

As you can see, absolutely no artist/song information was preserved, and duplicate songs were likely to be present in the final file list.

Still, it was sufficient to throw the files at a player with a random shuffle.

A little bit ago, I realized Fiddler2 could be scripted in rather open-ended ways, and saw the getFragment XML chunk pandora uses that contains detailed song information.

I was about to start coding something when I tried searching for "pandora fiddler", and saw the 5th result pointing straight here.

LiquidCool method's pretty much exactly what I was planning to do, except I'd probably have hacked my code in the CustomRules.js file, since that's easier to start on.

So, thank you, and keep up the good work!

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