FM Radio for Motorola Droid 2 Now Available
Many people have been speculating about the FM Radio on the Motorola Droid 2. Some said that it doesn’t have an FM Radio inside, others thought it does contain the radio, but they just didn’t include the application for it. Well, it indeed turns out that there is an FM radio build into the Droid 2. Using some files from the Droid X, XDA member slayher managed to get the FM radio application working on his Droid 2. It does however take some advanced steps, and you need some serious knowledge in order to get this working.
Originally posted by slayher
For me, I live in a crappy radio area, so I was only able to pick up 2 stations. YMMV.
As always I will not be responsible for any damage, pregnancies, or missing items from your home.
You heard the guy: he is (nor we are) not responsible for any damages that can occur. Check out the thread for the complete guide and download!
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