XsCode, on Jun 23 2011, 19:14, said:
You can't change the volume without the fm_hcitool source, it doesn't hook into the android volume API's and my app just acts as a GUI to it..
Hmm… Source or relevant details?
The source is completely opensource
Fine so far. (OSI definition?)
No licence == no rights granted. What's needed is you saying what's permitted, be it here or in a text file in the source archive.
as long as it's not compiled and stuck on the market to make money..
That to me looks like a licence condition.
If you've done anything to it since 6 Oct, could you perhaps post a diff or fresh source?
On the assumption that you won't object, here's what I've done to it. Licence is… basically up to you: what I've done to it I consider to be modifiable and redistributable, but if you distribute the binary, you must also make available the corresponding source (ref. GPLv2 and later). I provide it as is, without warranty of any sort.
Source (no .apk)
It's still far from ideal: for instance, typed values aren't handled until you use an adjustment button, and leaving the UI doesn't yet work well. But it does work on 2.2
I just hope that it doesn't cause nasal demons.