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[Need] FM Radio Component Module without Data

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FM Radio Component Module it's important ?

  1. Yes

    86.6%
  2. No

    13.4%
  1. Mat
    Honeycomb Mar 11, 2014


    #21
  2. Chinda
    Jelly Bean Mar 11, 2014

    Chinda , Mar 11, 2014 :
    Dude OnePlus has FM radio in it :) SCR_20140310_142141.png
     

    #22
  3. fabripav
    Honeycomb Mar 11, 2014

    fabripav , Mar 11, 2014 :
    Couldn't care less myself, but it's good that they put it since people still use it.
     

    #23
  4. Mat
    Honeycomb Mar 11, 2014

    Mat , Mar 11, 2014 :
    Thanks for the info Chinda, Where do you want a kiss from all the FM Radio People ? ^^
     

    #24
    Chinda likes this.
  5. Kirito
    Froyo Mar 11, 2014

    Kirito , Mar 11, 2014 :
    since officialy CM doesn't support FM radio (but it can be mod with effem repo), so on OPO if there is FM radio, that would be modification on CM repo and gerrit (if they're decide to open source FM package)
     

    #25
  6. Mat
    Honeycomb Mar 11, 2014

    Mat , Mar 11, 2014 :
    There is the application OneSpirit FM to use the FM network. Maybe there is other applications.

    I'm on CM11 and i use it to listen radio. Ideally, i lost my original application from the I9000 with the radio widget. If a day a guy or other want to mount it on CM i'm happy.
     

    #26
  7. Kirito
    Froyo Mar 11, 2014

    Kirito , Mar 11, 2014 :
    yes, but Spirit FM not working good with all devices.
    this is what i'm mean about effem repo package for CM.
     

    #27
  8. MCMXCIVR
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 11, 2014

    MCMXCIVR , Mar 11, 2014 :
    I would like to have an FM radio on my phone, since music streaming isn't always an option and local music can be boring sometimes although if it makes the phone bigger then nevermind.
     

    #28
  9. shadymilkman
    Gingerbread Mar 12, 2014

    shadymilkman , Mar 12, 2014 :
    I still use my N900 as a daily driver, I was wondering if this device would make use of a FM Tx (available from most of the radio chips in SoCs) but rarely used. I dont have bluetooth in my car, but i do have a radio. Much like the IR Tx that made a comeback last year (also included in the long forgotten N900) It would make the device immediately compatible with a wider base at zero cost.
     

    #29
  10. riffraff81
    KitKat Mar 12, 2014


    #30
  11. lvpl
    Honeycomb Mar 23, 2014

    lvpl , Mar 23, 2014 :
    Yes, i want a FM radio component (without data). I need it to listen to the radio in train when i have nothing to do
     

    #31
    bramdegroot likes this.
  12. Chinda
    Jelly Bean Mar 23, 2014

    Chinda , Mar 23, 2014 :
    Oneplus One has a fm radio to listen to music stations without using data like with internet radio :)
     

    #32
  13. lvpl
    Honeycomb Mar 23, 2014

    lvpl , Mar 23, 2014 :
    is it an info or it's a hope (or a joke) ?
     

    #33
  14. picard12
    Eclair Mar 23, 2014


    #34
  15. Chinda
    Jelly Bean Mar 23, 2014

    Chinda , Mar 23, 2014 :
    Its no joke, OnePlus told us weeks ago in the reddit question & answer session, See :) SCR_20140323_165013.png
     

    #35
  16. lvpl
    Honeycomb Mar 23, 2014


    #36
    GregOrevo and Chinda like this.
  17. picard12
    Eclair Mar 23, 2014


    #37
  18. May I Taste
    Honeycomb Mar 24, 2014


    #38
    Chinda likes this.
  19. Chinda
    Jelly Bean Mar 24, 2014


    #39
  20. SolarTrans
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 24, 2014

    SolarTrans , Mar 24, 2014 :
    The reason no manufacturer has implemented an FM radio receiver is that they take a fair bit of power and space. Considering a vast majority of users don't even care about this functionality (none of my personal friends care at all), it's usually seen as unnecessary and a waste of space and battery power. Personally, I'd rather have better battery life and a smaller phone than an FM receiver (especially since I have Google Play All Access).
     

    #40
    nguser likes this.