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Question Music and Camera GIO default apps on CM7

Hello,
I'm new to Gio, and i have question about default apps.
So, i use CM7 mod, but i really want back my Camera and Music player apps.
Is it possible to get 'em back?

I really like it.

P.S Only CM mod has 480p video recording, what is not in default camera app.



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You can't add default samsung app, because it works with framework from samsung, and cm doesn't have it Soo... it didnt works
 
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You can't add default samsung app, because it works with framework from samsung, and cm doesn't have it Soo... it didnt works
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it will work

just search fixes for cm7

install the keyboard with the addons etc

instsll touchwizz launcher with the addons

and another thing iforgot

thwn while having the touchwizz launcher you also have the twframework

and then you can put the original camera and music player back


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so, does the above work? has anyone tried?
 
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so, does the above work? has anyone tried?
i tried it but cam doesnt work that good vid is only 244 p

cam is only 1.9 mp



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i use TTPOD Player

it's very nice..

complete feature for me..
 
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i tried it but cam doesnt work that good vid is only 244 p

cam is only 1.9 mp
Stock camera would be worth only for the awesome panorama mode in photo mode...there's no other app to match that (and tried a few)...

Also, FM Radio from stock would be usefull, as cyanogen's doesn't have RDS.
 
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Stock camera would be worth only for the awesome panorama mode in photo mode...there's no other app to match that (and tried a few)...

Also, FM Radio from stock would be usefull, as cyanogen's doesn't have RDS.
just instal the apk or with another trick?

i have radio 2.3.6 apk from DXKT4, it wont install
 
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i use TTPOD Player

it's very nice..

complete feature for me..
same with me
i use TTPOD to.. so friendly

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