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Hi everyone.. I just tried various Z2 Walkman ports on my lww running SJB 8.0 but could not find them working..
Can anyone suggest working Z2 latest walkman build 8.3.A.0.5 for CM10..??
 
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Hi everyone.. I just tried various Z2 Walkman ports on my lww running SJB 8.0 but could not find them working..
Can anyone suggest working Z2 latest walkman build 8.3.A.0.5 for CM10..??
try it http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52174123
 
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It's not working.. Walkman app doesn't installs.. Seems like some signature issue..

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it's working fine on my lww but I have cm11, try another version from this thread
 
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In case you didn't know, the last walkman releases require Android 4.2 or greater. It would be no surprise if the Z2 apps required at least Android 4.4

I've tried a bunch of ports on my mini pro, and none worked properly because of the unsupported resolution. Some guys told me to change the DPI density but meh, a music player isn't worth making the whole system look ugly IMO.
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In case you didn't know, the last walkman releases require Android 4.2 or greater. It would be no surprise if the Z2 apps required at least Android 4.4

I've tried a bunch of ports on my mini pro, and none worked properly because of the unsupported resolution. Some guys told me to change the DPI density but meh, a music player isn't worth making the whole system look ugly IMO.
They have been ported recently upto JB 4.1 buddy, should work with CM10...
 
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In case you didn't know, the last walkman releases require Android 4.2 or greater. It would be no surprise if the Z2 apps required at least Android 4.4

I've tried a bunch of ports on my mini pro, and none worked properly because of the unsupported resolution. Some guys told me to change the DPI density but meh, a music player isn't worth making the whole system look ugly IMO.
You can use custom DPI only one particular app. Install App Settings from xposed, set 140 DPI for Walkman and reboot. Looks better

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Tried various means only walkman doesn't gets installed...
 
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@fundre: thanks for the info, but I don't plan on using the new walkman ports anyway hehe. I'm sticking to the Xperia S walkman port for now.
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But I like the New one!! And I want it

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