As there was one back for Motorola Charm which didnt ship with Built in Radio App (FM) in Asia sets
The Venue uses a Broadcom BCM4329, which has:
I found this somewhere
I finally took the time to look at this, and the link provided provides a working FM Radio app. Go figure. It works, for the most part. The link is to the English translation of a Vietnamese page. There is a link to FM Radio for Dell Venue, which is a rar file on mediafire (http://www.mediafire.com/?ob6ot26eey5m7dh). The Google Translate thing screws up the link, so just use the one I posted. Inside the rar is two apk's and a file called fm_hcitool. I installed the one called 20110824SFR-MM.apk (not the one called Streak Radio) and it turned out to be Spirit FM - the free version. I set the the audio method to fm_hcitool the band to European (I live in Germany) and the radio worked. I could only get it to come out of the phone not the headphones, but it was better than nothing. It requires BT being active, but it will turn that on itself. I am running CM7 (when I tried earlier, I was still stock Froyo, before the GB Rom's were available.)
Update - download the updated Spirit FM from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1059296. I still can't get it to go through the headphones, but other than that it works.
DELL VENUE CAN USE RADIO OFFLINE
SEE THE POST HERE.
it's a vietnamese post. so use the gooogle translate to readit
Its easy to do.
You only have to root your venue and copy a file which was included in the post "D
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