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-It depends on how it’s implemented, your carrier and phone model if it can be re-enabled. Certain variants of FM Radio compatible phones are known to be software disabled, but keep the hardware (primarily AT&T phones). You can’t fix this, since they’re infamously not open to root and custom ROM installation and go out of their way to actively stop it. There’s a slim chance the AT&T Nexus series will be different, but don’t hold your breath. If you have one of these phones, you need an app like iHeartRadio. I ran into this on my LG G4 H810 (AT&T) since it’s one of those FM Radio phones with the feature disabled.
+It depends on how it’s implemented, your carrier and phone model if it can be re-enabled. Certain variants of FM Radio compatible phones are known to be software disabled, but keep the hardware (primarily AT&T phones). You can’t fix this on AT&T phones since they’re infamously not open to root and custom ROM installation and go out of their way to actively stop it. There’s a slim chance the AT&T Nexus series will be different, but don’t hold your breath. If you have one of these phones, you need an app like iHeartRadio. I ran into this on my LG G4 H810 (AT&T) since it’s one of those FM Radio phones with the feature disabled.
If it’s available and isn’t blocked, these phones typically use headphones or the chassis for signal. Headphones work better for this job, as the chassis isn’t as good for radio use.
The way the offline FM radio works creates this problem by design (that, or the carrier is kind of crappy and does it on purpose to get more data money) :(. It isn’t your fault that the actual hardware radio is present but remains unused despite costing nothing to enable.

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-Depends on how it’s implemented, your carrier and phone model. Certain variants of FM Radio compatible phones from AT&T are known for having it blocked and you can’t fix it by dumping AT&T’s ROM on those, as the bootloader is not unlockable and doesn’t let Google allow us to do it. If you have one of these phones, you need an app like iHeartRadio. My LG G4 H810 (AT&T) was one of those cursed AT&T phones (hardware was present, but blocked), so I think I know what you’re talking about and suspect you have an AT&T model.
+It depends on how it’s implemented, your carrier and phone model if it can be re-enabled. Certain variants of FM Radio compatible phones are known to be software disabled, but keep the hardware (primarily AT&T phones). You can’t fix this, since they’re infamously not open to root and custom ROM installation and go out of their way to actively stop it. There’s a slim chance the AT&T Nexus series will be different, but don’t hold your breath. If you have one of these phones, you need an app like iHeartRadio. I ran into this on my LG G4 H810 (AT&T) since it’s one of those FM Radio phones with the feature disabled.
-If it’s available, these phones use headphones, the chassis or both to grab a signal; your best bet is nasty sounding headphones and playing it over speaker.
+If it’s available and isn’t blocked, these phones typically use headphones or the chassis for signal. Headphones work better for this job, as the chassis isn’t as good for radio use.
The way the offline FM radio works creates this problem by design (that, or the carrier is kind of crappy and does it on purpose to get more data money) :(. It isn’t your fault that the actual hardware radio is present but remains unused despite costing nothing to enable.

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-Depends on how it’s implemented, your carrier and phone model. Certain variants of FM Radio compatible phones from AT&T are known for having it blocked and you can’t fix it by dumping AT&T’s ROM on those, as the bootloader is not unlockable and doesn’t let Google allow us to do it. If you have one of these phones, you need an app like iHeartRadio. My LG G4 H810 (AT&T) was one of those cursed AT&T phones, so I think I know what you’re talking about and suspect you have an AT&T model.
+Depends on how it’s implemented, your carrier and phone model. Certain variants of FM Radio compatible phones from AT&T are known for having it blocked and you can’t fix it by dumping AT&T’s ROM on those, as the bootloader is not unlockable and doesn’t let Google allow us to do it. If you have one of these phones, you need an app like iHeartRadio. My LG G4 H810 (AT&T) was one of those cursed AT&T phones (hardware was present, but blocked), so I think I know what you’re talking about and suspect you have an AT&T model.
If it’s available, these phones use headphones, the chassis or both to grab a signal; your best bet is nasty sounding headphones and playing it over speaker.
The way the offline FM radio works creates this problem by design (that, or the carrier is kind of crappy and does it on purpose to get more data money) :(. It isn’t your fault that the actual hardware radio is present but remains unused despite costing nothing to enable.

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Отредактировано: Nick ,

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Depends on how it’s implemented, your carrier and phone model. Certain variants of FM Radio compatible phones from AT&T are known for having it blocked and you can’t fix it by dumping AT&T’s ROM on those, as the bootloader is not unlockable and doesn’t let Google allow us to do it. If you have one of these phones, you need an app like iHeartRadio. My LG G4 H810 (AT&T) was one of those cursed AT&T phones, so I think I know what you’re talking about and suspect you have an AT&T model.
If it’s available, these phones use headphones, the chassis or both to grab a signal; your best bet is nasty sounding headphones and playing it over speaker.
-The way the offline FM radio works creates this problem by design :(. It isn’t your fault that the actual hardware radio is present but remains unused despite costing nothing to enable.
+The way the offline FM radio works creates this problem by design (that, or the carrier is kind of crappy and does it on purpose to get more data money) :(. It isn’t your fault that the actual hardware radio is present but remains unused despite costing nothing to enable.

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-Depends on how it’s implemented. The phones that use the headphones/chassis as a wire are offline, but if this isn’t enabled (Ex: H815 LG G4 has it, but my AT&T H810 variant I had didn’t come with it enabled) you will need to use an rap like Radio FM to get it on those phones. I usually use iHeartRadio since it’s online but it behaves like an offline radio.
+Depends on how it’s implemented, your carrier and phone model. Certain variants of FM Radio compatible phones from AT&T are known for having it blocked and you can’t fix it by dumping AT&T’s ROM on those, as the bootloader is not unlockable and doesn’t let Google allow us to do it. If you have one of these phones, you need an app like iHeartRadio. My LG G4 H810 (AT&T) was one of those cursed AT&T phones, so I think I know what you’re talking about and suspect you have an AT&T model.
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+If it’s available, these phones use headphones, the chassis or both to grab a signal; your best bet is nasty sounding headphones and playing it over speaker.
The way the offline FM radio works creates this problem by design :(. It isn’t your fault that the actual hardware radio is present but remains unused despite costing nothing to enable.

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Отредактировано: Nick ,

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-Depends on how it’s implemented. The phones that use the headphones/chassis as a wire are offline, but if this isn’t enabled (Ex: H815 LG G4 has it, but my AT&T H810 variant I had didn’t come with it enabled) you will need to use an rap like Radio FM to get it.
+Depends on how it’s implemented. The phones that use the headphones/chassis as a wire are offline, but if this isn’t enabled (Ex: H815 LG G4 has it, but my AT&T H810 variant I had didn’t come with it enabled) you will need to use an rap like Radio FM to get it on those phones. I usually use iHeartRadio since it’s online but it behaves like an offline radio.
The way the offline FM radio works creates this problem by design :(. It isn’t your fault that the actual hardware radio is present but remains unused despite costing nothing to enable.

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Отредактировано: Nick ,

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-Depends on how it’s implemented. The phones that use the headphones/chassis as a wire are offline, but if this isn’t enabled (Ex: H815 LG G4 has it, but my AT&T H810 variant didn’t come with it enabled) you will need to use an rap like Radio FM to get it.
+Depends on how it’s implemented. The phones that use the headphones/chassis as a wire are offline, but if this isn’t enabled (Ex: H815 LG G4 has it, but my AT&T H810 variant I had didn’t come with it enabled) you will need to use an rap like Radio FM to get it.
The way the offline FM radio works creates this problem by design :(. It isn’t your fault that the actual hardware radio is present but remains unused despite costing nothing to enable.

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Depends on how it’s implemented. The phones that use the headphones/chassis as a wire are offline, but if this isn’t enabled (Ex: H815 LG G4 has it, but my AT&T H810 variant didn’t come with it enabled) you will need to use an rap like Radio FM to get it.

The way the offline FM radio works creates this problem by design :(. It isn’t your fault that the actual hardware radio is present but remains unused despite costing nothing to enable.

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