FM transmitter for HTC Desire/or for Android phones?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by shivanshu, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. shivanshu

    shivanshu Member
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    Does anyone know of an FM transmitter application for HTC Desire or for Android phones? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
     

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  2. Eris Ed

    Eris Ed Well-Known Member
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    I'm fairly sure that there's no such app. To transmit FM would mean a hardware upgrade I think.
     
  3. Intruder

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    Correct... I use a third party device I connect via BT
     
  4. RobbiWilliams

    RobbiWilliams New Member
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    I am not sure if there's such app for your phones, but I just come across a site which has all kinds of fm transmitter, hope there is a suit one for you. Hope I helped! :)
     
  5. jokenjoker

    jokenjoker New Member
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    All phones send out signals (fm) for phone use and it is strong enough to transmit fm signal for radio station. Me and a friend are going to try to get it and making it top notch for others to use. Haven't got far on it but might not get phone call while in use. Not for positive on that yet.
     
  6. melwheezy

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    any updates on a fm transmitter yet?
     
  7. 1500cc

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    But those are completely different frequencies than an FM radio station uses.
     
  8. SUroot

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    Any will do. You plug it into the headphone socket and transmit.
     
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