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Hi, I have CM 10 on my G300, and I was wondering if there were any good FM radio apps around, as I can't flash the Huawei radio as it is incompatible, and I cannot stand Spirit FM as it keeps nagging me to buy it, and lots of features are disabled as you need the paid version, also it looks really ugly and it does not have the same features (that I used a lot) like the signal bar, as then I know where I can put the phone to get a better signal.

Are there and other free, good FM Radio apps that anyone knows about?

(even ones not designed / built for CM10, as I am willing to experiment! :) )

Another thing, is there a way that I can add a USB port to the phone (just interested as i have seen some USB adaptors that plug in to the micro USB and are a USB Port., Like this one

Thanks

George

P.S Please do not tell me to use an internet radio, as when I am out or camping in the summer, (mainly when I use the radio app), I can't use the internet as I usually have a (very poor) 2G signal, as Giffgaff only have 2G where I live.

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Go put a request in with the developer. There's a thread for the app over on xda.

He wrote in support especially for the g300 at someone's request here.

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Ok, While I do that, are there any other apps that you recommend?

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There are none AFAIK. People looked hard already.

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Ok, Does anyone know about the answer to my other question -

Is there a way that I can add a USB port to the phone (just interested as i have seen some USB adaptors that plug in to the micro USB and are a USB Port., Like this one

Thanks George

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Ok, Does anyone know about the answer to my other question -

Thanks George

Our G300 doesn't support it, and no one has made a kernel that will allow it.

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Ok, anyone know any good guides on how to make a Kernal?! :)

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Ok, anyone know any good guides on how to make a Kernal?! :)

Kernal!!

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/KERNAL

sorry.... couldn't resist... :D

I preferred the Amstrad C6128 meself...

Powerful machine!! Thanks Lord Sugar!!

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OK, anything else with a step by step guide?

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or from anything past 2007? :)

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Kernal!!

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/KERNAL

sorry.... couldn't resist... :D

I preferred the Amstrad C6128 meself...

Powerful machine!! Thanks Lord Sugar!!

A Sinclair vic20 fan myself.

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A Sinclair vic20 fan myself.

That would be a commodore VIC-20 (coincidently my first computer ;) )

Your mixing it up with the equally great Sinclair spectrum. But hey, its a Friday night, beer hazed memories are expected. :D

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OK, anything else with a step by step guide?

You can't just 'make' a kernel, its hard. I doubt you'd find any instructions ;)

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That would be a commodore VIC-20 (coincidently my first computer ;) )

Your mixing it up with the equally great Sinclair spectrum. But hey, its a Friday night, beer hazed memories are expected. :D

ahhh yes...the pioneering days!!!

I tell yiz, the 6128 was the dogs bollox

http://www.secretgeek.net/amstradBook.asp

CP/M.....wha???

3" "disc"...good for nuttin!!!

LOGO...

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ahhh yes...the pioneering days!!!

I tell yiz, the 6128 was the dogs bollox

http://www.secretgeek.net/amstradBook.asp

CP/M.....wha???

3" "disc"...good for nuttin!!!

LOGO...

Dragon 32 for me! Load from cassette tapes. And then an Acorn Electron. And a little plotter from Tandy that used tiny ball point pens.

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Ok, anyone know any good guides on how to make a Kernal?! :)

You can't just 'make' a kernel, its hard. I doubt you'd find any instructions ;)

Google is your best friend.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1748297

Good luck with that! ;)

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Google is your best friend.

http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1748297

Good luck with that! wink.png

Hmm, spoke too soon :P

Unfortunately you have to have a lot of experience with Linux, maybe more so I won't be getting far.

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I have found a website called how to geek, but don't let the name put you off, they have a lot of useful Linux guides in simple English, like how to get started with the Linux terminal, and other useful things, their website is here, http://www.howtogeek.com

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