January 15th, 2012, 12:13 PM
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From your PC ... click on the link ... tell it to download to your desktop.
Connect the Bionic to USB to Windows 7.
There is a network logo at the top of the Bionic screen.
Pull down the notifications menu.
Select USB Connection.
Select USB Mass Storage.
Look at the Hard Disk devices on Windows 7.
There should be two Bionic related Icons.
If there is only one (for the SD-EXT card) ...
With the Bionic still connected ... power the Bionic Off.
Power the Bionic On.
There should now be two Bionic hard disk devices ... if there aren't
With the Bionic still connected ...
Hold down the Volume Up/Volume Down/Power buttons until the menu appears and then disappears.
This will do a soft reset ... when you are powered back up you should have access to both drives.
On the PC ... copy the file from your PC to either your SD or SD-Ext card and remember the location.
Disconnect your Bionic from your PC. (You will find that neither SD nor SD-Ext can be accessed from the Bionic side when connected.)
Using the Files app, locate the file that you copied over and click on it. The Files app uses the names ...
-- Internal phone storage for SD card
-- SD card for SD-Ext card
It will ask if you want to install it ... click Install.
If you open the App Menu you will see an Icon for FM Radio.
(To use the FM Radio app You must attach a wired headset because it uses the wire for an antenna.)
Last edited by Thom; January 15th, 2012 at 12:25 PM.