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Anyone get FM Radio working with Wozzer's i910 ROM?

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I have Wozzer's ROM and love it but am missing the FM Radio option. Anyone able to install a third party app to get the FM Radio working on the i910?

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Go Here and download the fm radio and install it like any other program. I'm not running 6.5 but it should work.
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I can pretty much guarantee you it won't work.

Wozzers v 3 rom has it in it.

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I can pretty much guarantee you it won't work.

Wozzers v 3 rom has it in it.

I installed the m2d rom and FM radio is not in it.

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I installed the m2d rom and FM radio is not in it.

V3 has FM Radio in it. On the non-stock versions, you have to install the SMPlayer with codecs on the first post to get FM Radio to work.

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V3 has FM Radio in it. On the non-stock versions, you have to install the SMPlayer with codecs on the first post to get FM Radio to work.

I installed the player as well. How can I check which version I have? I did find the fmradio.exe file and tried to create a short cut off of it. When I execute the shortcut, it brings up some weird window that doesn't do anything.

Not a big deal since i rarely use the radio, but just trying to get most stuff working.

Thanks for any help!!!

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What is the 'weird window' that doesn't do anything? Does it say headset not connected, or it's missing something it needs?

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What is the 'weird window' that doesn't do anything? Does it say headset not connected, or it's missing something it needs?

It says

Radio On/Off (0)

Frequency (0)

Volume (0)

Output Ear/Speaker (0)

That's it. Its just a white window with the above. It also has an Ok and Help button on the bottom.

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