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12th October 2009, 09:46 AM   |  #1  
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Hello,

I often attend meetings that are broadcast over FM frequency. I am wondering if anyone knows of an app that I could use to record off of the FM radio.

One of my friends has the samsung omnia, and that phone FM radio has the feature built in,, is there something like that I can use for my phone?

thanks!
13th October 2009, 01:04 AM   |  #2  
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Resco Pocket Radio seems to offer the ability to record from radio? I know it's a pain buying another radio programwhen the device has one built in, but there is a free trial..

http://www.resco.net/pocketpc/radio/default.asp
13th October 2009, 08:11 PM   |  #3  
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Thanks for the reply about Resco radio. I tried that but sadly it only records from internet streaming radio, it is not an fm receiver.

I am still looking for something that can just record from the local FM frequency.

any leads?

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14th October 2009, 01:07 AM   |  #4  
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Atm it's not possible to record digitally directly from FM radio... It's needed a driver that drives the signal directy to the recording function. Atm that driver doesn't exist.
In the meanwhile you can use just the microphone to record any audio coming from TD2.
21st March 2011, 05:00 PM   |  #5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by zooster

Atm it's not possible to record digitally directly from FM radio... It's needed a driver that drives the signal directy to the recording function. Atm that driver doesn't exist.
In the meanwhile you can use just the microphone to record any audio coming from TD2.

It not working.. After starting FM radio, then I go back to the tape machine, an error message appeared:

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Unable to open audio input

Please try to close other audio applications, and ask for support if that doesn't help.

After that, I try play the FM radio first and then run the tape machine. The same arror appeared.

I hope, who have developing the call in/out recording can develop this function too.
22nd March 2011, 03:15 PM   |  #6  
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Absolutely not
This is absolutely not the same thing lol

However, I think you can manage something if you would like to make a sacrifice

You need to have the headphones on to listen fm radio and they have a special connector to let them be detected by the htc.

You may with a small handyworks and the loose of the headphones manage to adapt something to the headphone wire. After all, what come to your ears is normal sound from a normal wire that you should be able to plug elsewhere. I never tried, I do not know if it may work but for exemple just put the wire of the headphone over the wire of the micro can work.

Refer to a hifi specialist for more info
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im using Resco Pocket Radio on my mobile and it works very will for record any thing

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