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HTC Music Available for Android Eclair
While most Android users have now moved on to the newer Froyo, there are plenty out there who were just as happy with its predecessor, Eclair. If this is the case, then you may be delighted about this little port that XDA member the_fish made a few months ago. This was taken from an AOSP rom and ported over to the G1. The widget will ensure that you can have the music that you are craving with a single click, so if you didn’t have this before, you may want to add it to your widget and app collection.
Self explanatory i guess
Tested on latest SuperBAD (which is based on CM 5.0.7 ):
Credits go to Brut.all for apktool and the writer of signapk.jar as well as the guy who wrote that batch file for it
You can find more information in the app thread.
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