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Offical Slacker Radio 4 WinMo
Member acidbath5546 has officially released his Slacker Radio for Windows Mobile.
Originally posted by acidbath5546
If you are like me and have been using the Slacker Radio ripped fom the HD2 for a while, you will want to know that Slacker Radio has gone official for WinMo 6.5!
I have tested it out and is much much quicker for me and doesn’t have that annoying stop in the middle of the song issue or horrible graphics issue.
The Slacker mobile application is optimized for smartphones running Windows Mobile 6.5 with a screen resolution of 480×800
- Members are reporting that it also works perfect on 6.1.
- Members are also reporting that it works on QVGA and VGA (but there are graphics issues)
- Added cab that fixes the problem of the music shutting down when phone sleeps, or when power button is pressed.
Continue on to the application thread for more information.
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