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30th June 2012, 09:06 PM |#161  
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There are some devs working on rooting it, and one just got his hands on a D2, so I bet they'll have something by the end of summer.

end of summer :/ lets hope sooner :P This buggy 621 sucks
 
 
15th July 2012, 07:16 PM |#162  
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end of summer :/ lets hope sooner :P This buggy 621 sucks

Your .621 root is ready:
http://rootzwiki.com/topic/29930-new...d-droid2-r2d2/
15th July 2012, 07:26 PM |#163  
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No root. Free. Stations from all over the USA. Works great.https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...lradiofree.usa

Android is upgrading...
17th October 2013, 10:37 PM |#164  
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Is someone be able to set a new link to the FMRadio_droid2.zip file, cause the link is dead ?

Thanks a lot.

E-Gwen.
17th October 2013, 10:57 PM |#165  
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Did you try the one in this post?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=157
27th September 2015, 05:53 PM |#166  
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Will this work on any other device like HTC One X..
27th September 2015, 06:11 PM |#167  
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Will this work on any other device like HTC One X..

How about some more details. When you run it, what does it do (or not do)? Did you have a headset plugged in (it doubles as the antenna) when you tried it?
28th September 2015, 03:34 AM |#168  
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Will this work on any other device like HTC One X..

I doubt it. But, if you can document that the One X uses the same FM chip as the Droid 2, it might be worth a shot. Otherwise, if you know your particular One X version does have an FM tuner, I'd recommend Spirit FM.
28th September 2015, 05:09 PM |#169  
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I doubt it. But, if you can document that the One X uses the same FM chip as the Droid 2, it might be worth a shot. Otherwise, if you know your particular One X version does have an FM tuner, I'd recommend Spirit FM.

I tried the Spirit FM as well as NextRadio. They don't work on the Lollipop 5.1.1 ROM I recently updated. The NextRadio displayed a message saying that the Kernal has no driver for FM Chip, so is there anyway to get a driver for the FM Chip.
And also thanks for the files I will give it a shot and let you guys know.

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How about some more details. When you run it, what does it do (or not do)? Did you have a headset plugged in (it doubles as the antenna) when you tried it?

The radio apps such as nextradio says that the kernel does not have a FM Chip driver since I am using new ROM from SlimLP with 5.1.1 android. And yes I do use a headset as a antenna. So as suggest by jb789 I'll give it a shot.
28th September 2015, 06:36 PM |#170  
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I tried the Spirit FM as well as NextRadio. They don't work on the Lollipop 5.1.1 ROM I recently updated. The NextRadio displayed a message saying that the Kernal has no driver for FM Chip, so is there anyway to get a driver for the FM Chip.
And also thanks for the files I will give it a shot and let you guys know...

According to this post, the Droid 2 uses a Ti chip and the One X a Qualcomm so I'd be surprised if it works. Mike Reidis and his Spirit apps are probably your best bet, there's lots of references to Lollipop support but who knows, it may be ROM dependent.
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