Former Writer · Nov 26, 2012 at 02:00 am

Install any Media Player You Want, AROMA Style

Every since AROMA Installer was first released and udpated, it’s been a pretty big hit. Users and developers alike can use it for a myriad of things, including removing bloatware and much more. Devs have been using it for quite some time to give users options when flashing and installing ROMs, tweaks, and mods. Now, there is a mod that uses AROMA installer to let you select your music and video players.

XDA Senior Member Nick Fury released an AROMA Installer-based mod with a pretty decent list of free music and video players on Android. The premise is to let users run the installer and pick their favorite video and music player, no matter what ROM they may be running. The music and video players included are:

VIDEO PLAYERS

-Act 1 Video Player
-Avia Player
-BS Player
-Dice Player
-FLV Player
-HD Player
-Moai FLV Player
-Mobo Player
-MX Player
-Real Player
-Seaman Player
-Simple MP4
-Stick It Video Player
-Super Player
-Super Video POP UP
-T Player
-Video Player
-VLC BETA NEON
-VPlayer
-Wondershare Player

MUSIC PLAYERS

-Astro Player
-BoomBoxoid
-Clean Music Player
-Denon Club
-Double Twist Player
-EZ Folder Player
-Folder Player
-GoneMad Player
-Hiki Player
-Jet Audio
-JukeFox
-Meridian Music Player
-MixZing
-MusiXmatch
-n7Player
-Neutron Player
-Power Amp
-Rocket Player
-Senior Music Player
-Smart Music
-Tune Wiki
-WALKMAN
-WinAmp
-Xeno
-Xplay

Installation is easy, even if you’ve never used AROMA before. Flash the zip in custom recovery, and AROMA will open. Select which music and video players you want installed on your device. The installer will install them then reboot. If you want a quick install for your favorite media applications, this is definitely something to check out. Please note that the media players offered are trial versions, when applicable.

For more details, check out the original thread.


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