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October 14, 2010

Latest Cyanogen nightly adds FM radio to Nexus One

by John_A

In the latest “hack an FM radio onto that Android device” news, Cyanogen has added FM radio to the Nexus One. In the latest changelog of the Cyanogen nightly build, the notes state that the changes include:

  • Common: Stable shot camera mode – Cyanogen
  • Common: Dual-mode snooze (long press dismiss) – Evan Charlton
  • Common: Compose SMS/MMS via search button long press – Wes Garner
  • N1: FM Radio support
  • N1/DS/Hero – Slightly better Gallery3D orientation fix – Jonas Larsson
  • N1/DS – Kernel 2.6.35 based on Pershoot’s repository
  • Supersonic – Kernel 2.6.34 courtesy of Toast and Madcoder

You heard it here, folks. If you’ve got a rooted Nexus One, the infamous “developer phone”, and you either:

A) Haven’t updated your CyanogenMod build to the latest nightly, or

B) Haven’t tried out CyanogenMod at all,

Be sure to hit up the xda-developers Nexus One development forums for more info.

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