egzthunder1 · Jun 15, 2010 at 06:50 pm

Lyrics for Almost All Songs in S2P

The latest incarnation of S2P brought a feature to music players in WM, which had been absent for the longest time: the ability to have lyrics associated with songs currently playing. Since a lot of people are not sure on how to do this, XDA member Zepiii has posted a guide which explains step by step how to add the lyrics to your favorite songs, so that you can sing along your favorite artists without messing up the words. The guide is very comprehensive and straight to the point. However, the dev welcomes feedback or questions regarding this.

Hi all,

Since A_C published his amazing new Slide2Play version with lyrics support, I wanted to share with you an easy to get lyrics on almost all songs.

Here is what you need :
S2P 1.00 (or more)
MediaMonkey – Best free mediaplayer ever! You can choose langage site in the up right corner
Lyricator

You can see the whole guide in the original thread.


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