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LG GT540 FM Radio app On Blade/SF?

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Hi, I am trying to get the GT540's radio app working on the blade, unfortunately when I try to install using ADB I get this error:

2770 KB/s (287557 bytes in 0.101s)

	pkg: /data/local/tmp/FmRadio.apk

Failure [INSTALL_FAILED_DEXOPT]

I have also tried putting these apps in /system/app

However this has just caused my phone to reboot at the orange animated logo.

I Know there may be hardware incompatibilities between the radio chips on the phones, but I prefer the LG Radio app because of the RDS and general betterness of it. :)

As previously said the radio app is pretty poor on the blade and could do with much improvement, but as there are no replacement radio apps on the market, I thought it would be nice to use one I know and love.

All help will be greatly appreciated.

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andorko    1
Hi, I am trying to get the GT540's radio app working on the blade, unfortunately when I try to install using ADB I get this error:

2770 KB/s (287557 bytes in 0.101s)

	pkg: /data/local/tmp/FmRadio.apk

Failure [INSTALL_FAILED_DEXOPT]

I have also tried putting these apps in /system/app

However this has just caused my phone to reboot at the orange animated logo.

I Know there may be hardware incompatibilities between the radio chips on the phones, but I prefer the LG Radio app because of the RDS and general betterness of it. :)

As previously said the radio app is pretty poor on the blade and could do with much improvement, but as there are no replacement radio apps on the market, I thought it would be nice to use one I know and love.

All help will be greatly appreciated.

I think there is no RDS feature in the blade's FM chip

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