Chrome on Android does not auto-start .m3u stream player any more
I'm using Chrome on Android as a web radio played (to be able to tag several music styles to a single radio channel better than existing apps). I have some 200 different channels on bookmarks. Bookmarks contain mostly links to .m3u music streams (some .wma etc links also exist).
After the latest update, the behavior of Chrome has changed. If first asks "Do you want to replace existing m3u4384.m3u ?" (of course I want to overwrite it to select current streaming). After selecting "Replace", Chrome gives message "m3u4384.m3u downloaded Open" and only after selecting that message, the stream is opened to DeaDBeeF.
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