I also would love to see this working with the BT stack on the Gingerbread releases of MIUI... bit weird that they dropped FM-Radio support while they brought it to CM7!
You rock, keep on rollin'
CR5N and avalst :
>Hi, tried this on HD2 running Tytung2.7 GB2.3.4. If I put in a frequency for a known strong transmission, I see signal bars but no audio from headset or speaker.
>I'm having the same issue on my EVO no sound on any station I've tried.
Yes, I think you are close, but you've run into the dreaded "audio routing" issue. Do you have "adb shell" on a PC ? Here are some things you can try if so. If not, perhaps a terminal emulator for the phone, just remove "adb shell" from these commands:
adb shell "echo fm_headset > /sys/class/htc_accessory/fm/flag"
adb shell "echo fm_speaker > /sys/class/htc_accessory/fm/flag"
If that fails, you can try this:
adb shell "touch /sdcard/fm_su"
But then you have to have a SuperUser.apk or similar installed, and when it requests su access you have to respond in the affirmative. All it does is a chmod on /dev/msm_snd so it can use an "ioctl" to route audio,
This could be a very nice app when its finished. Even now is very usable. It works fine on my Nexus One with CM 6.1.1.
The main thing that's keeping me from using it over the CM one, is the processing power that needs.
When I use it, the CPU is constantly at 30-40%. This is a no go for me. But I will keep on checking, cause I like the potential...
Nexus send it ...
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