fmradio

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Now you can record FM broadcasts with N9 using new Nokia N9 FM Radio app feature. Launch the app, listen to the music, start recording at any time!

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Check out the video about new user interface and broadcast recording feature.

Nokia N9 FM Radio is the first real FM receiver in OVI store. It can unlock hidden FM tuner functionality inside your N9.

Simply connect headset to enjoy music or news. No internet connection required, no need for SIM card, just plug headset and listen.
FEATURES

* FM broadcast recording
* Two completely differnt skins
* Show name of the channel (RDS)
* Automatic radio station search
* Frequency fine-tuning
* Memory for up to 12 stations
* Loudspeaker and headphones support

Support:
support@fm-radio.mobi
CREDITS:

Authors:
Andrey Kozhanov
Javier S. Pedro
Pavel Nikolenko
Dmitry Zelenkovsky
Ricardo Band
Milosz Wasilewski
COPYRIGHTS:

Copyright © 2012 Andrey Kozhanov

Application backend is based on fmrxd daemon
Copyright © 2011 Javier S. Pedro

This applicaction uses The Smirnof Font
Copyright © 2006 Tjarda Koster

This application includes some parts distributed under GPL license. Please find full version of license agreement here.

Screenshots: 
Application versions: 
AttachmentSizeDate
File fmradio_1.1.4_armel.deb1.42 MB31/07/2020 - 23:18
File fmradio_1.1.4_armel.deb1.42 MB18/08/2020 - 00:24
File fmradio_1.1.3_armel.deb1.42 MB31/07/2020 - 23:18
Changelog: 

Version 1.1.4

    Fix Bluetooth "Always On" issue

Version 1.1.3

    Fix accidental application restart

Version 1.1.2

    FM broadcast recording
    Station name RDS auto completion
    Polish translation

Version 1.0.2

    Portugues language support
    Trial time limitation

Version 1.0.1

    Add a new Nokia N9 theme
    Improve RDS detection speed
    Add full-automatic channel scan

Version 0.2.2

    RDS support has been implemented, Station name, genre and description are shown.

Version 0.1.5

    Improve sound quality and backend durability.
    Improve UI memory buttons behavior, fix UI freeze while station list is empty.

Version 0.1.4

    Backend reliability has been improved, random sound disruption has been fixed.
    First time usage warning dialog has been added to ask user to connect headset.

Version 0.1.3

    Improved volume buttons handling, volume can be changed even when application is in background. Similar to default media player.
    Improved UI with vibration feedback for long presses, similar to standard platform behavior.
    Support for headset control button. Default N9 headset is supported as well as WH-701 and WH-702. Play/Pause, Next/Previous and Volume buttons are supported.

Version 0.1.0

    Automatic radio station search
    Frequency fine-tuning
    Memory for up to 12 stations
    Loudspeaker and headphones support

 

Comments

badpixel's picture

Because OpenRepos f*** up filenames (now two identical), so please choose 1st file, or click on link below:

fmradio_1.1.4_unsigned_unlocked_armel.deb - yesterday (2020-07-31) compilation by Andrey Kozhanov with IMEI check removed (Hoooraay, now this great app is free for everybody!).

Because it's Unsigned, it needs developer mode (and possibly OpenMode [not sure, please correct me]). Tested by me on Nokia N9 with PR1.3, worked for two hours without shutting down (when installed outside of OVI store, it normally shuts down after five minutes)

If you got problem installing or running this unsigned compilation, then try running signed(trial, works for few minutes, then app closes) ones. They has been dumped from OVI Store, and if they don't work, it means it's problem with your software(I've got PR1.3)  or hardware(try connecting headphones[which acts as antenna] to get better reception).

Original price was $2, and it wss money good spend

For more info look there:

http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?p=1568565

https://vimeo.com/47860642

https://github.com/andytolst/fmradio

https://web.archive.org/web/20190201155454/http://fm-radio.mobi:80/

https://qrant.wordpress.com/2012/04/15/nokia-n9-paid-apps-fm-radio/