Hi b0bd, I'd really appreciate it if you could put the source for this on your github. I think a lot of people, in particular myself, would like to be able to customize it as well as contribute to development. I can't see this being a problem, since it doesn't look like you are commercializing the software... so open source can only make it easier *for you*.First pic of new functionality coming soon :grin:
Do you understand what "open source" means? It means that YOU can make it compatible, all by yourself. No depending on the original author to add support for anything.I looked into spirit but it doesn't seem like there is any hope of it being compatible with the Nexus 7.
b0bd, is your new app running okay on lollipop?
Whether the device physically has a radio that is correctly wired to work or not is irrelevant to the software. OBVIOUSLY IT WON'T WORK IF YOU HAVE NO RADIO OR THE ANTENNA PIN IS GROUNDED. It makes NO DIFFERENCE what software you run in that case. NONE WILL WORK.From what I have read, spirit depends on taping into the FM capabilities of the chipset. From the pages I've read (admittedly not all of them in the thread) all but one Nexus device are grounded in a way that makes it impossible for spirit to function properly. I always thought open source referred to software but I guess someone with the know how could make the hardware compatible, all by themselves.
You probably should consider existing android applications as being dead.I am revisiting this Tuner for use again.. any new updates from either that have been working on it?