Why am I not able to use the built in fm tuner in my HTC One on Verizon? I do not want to stream fm, I want to use the tuner.
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They Dropped them from the phone over a Year ago in Lu of the many Music Choices out on the PlayStore >> Slacker , Pandora , XM Radio , iHeart Radio , Tune in Radio , Shazam , Google Play Music , And one of my Favorites Winamp and it ShoutCast Radio.. b33
If we can't get an official response for why this phone is lacking software support for a built-in hardware feature, shouldn't we consider it a defective product? And when can we expect this defect to be addressed via software update?
Are you saying that the Nexus 4 has an LTE radio that Verizon doesn't support? My understanding is that it doesn't have an LTE radio at all, but that's rather the opposite situation. There is no incompatibility here. Just missing software.
I buy a smartphone with a camera on the back and no camera app because it's "unsupported", shouldn't I feel ripped off?
Moreover, how do you know that this is an "unsupported hardware component" and not a mistake? Can you point me to an official statement from Verizon to back that up? So far they seem to be silent on the issue. Hey, for all I know they're working round-the-clock on a fix.
Got a link for that? If you simply google "HTC One FM Radio" every review and comparison site mentions it.
And then there's this from their HTC One support site.
And AT&T touts "Built-In FM Radio". Also mentioned in too many reviews to count.
I guess the whole world has gone crazy.