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For whatever type of phone you have, go to your App Store (or whatever the device type calls it) and look for the Pandora App. It's free. Open the app, put in your info if you have a subscription, and you should be set. You'll probably get better performance (and not chew up your data plan allotment) if you use WiFi whenever possible.
Just delete the app. Then goto the app store and buy it again. You will see the app is now free, because Apple keeps track of all purchases you did on your account.
After reinstall you have a clean record in the app.
The Pandora radio station software should be happy to work on an HTC One phone, but you will need to make sure you have a working Internet connection so it can access music. this can be either by WiFi, or your standard Data connection. If you can access websites using your browser, then the Pandora software should be working too.
You'd need to mention in your question what does happen when you try to use Pandora......Does it actually install? Does it crash/stop running when you start it up? Does it say No Connection (because you have no Internet).
Is the TV connected to the receiver with a digital connection (coax, or optical)?. Try setting it to PCM on the TV Some receivers don't like it when there is a break between tracks and the signal is lost. You won't get surround (but Pandora is just stereo anyway), but you can still use the Receiver's Dolby or DTS features to go multispeaker. Downside if of course that if you have other Multichannel audio sources through the TV, they may be lost. But it's worth checking..
Sometimes games will freeze up due to a video card driver needing updated or replaced. Another reason could be that it has a corrupted file and needs re-installed. You can always try running a disk defrag also to see if that helps. Your graphics card might not have what it takes to run it, you could try lowering the settings.
The requirements for games are not 100 percent accurate as it depends on a lot more than just system hardware. Different drivers, versions of codex, as well as different versions of direct x all can affect it. Even just how well the game was coded and or optimized can affect it a lot. If I remember from what I did play of it, they didn't have that well of an optimized game.
One last thing to try is in your league folder there should be a direct x setup application. Try running that to see if that works.