Honeycomb Music Player Syncs to Cloud
XDA-Developers are back in the news after some of its members discovered that the streaming music service by Google is working with Android phones. The Google Music Sync is reported to be working on phones that run Honeycomb’s music player.
One of the XDA-Developer member removed the stock music app that came with the Android phone. The member then installed a different version of stock music app, instead of the one present in the Honeycomb (Android 3.0), the tablet-optimized implementation of the Android mobile operating system. The syncing process started immediately after the installation was complete.
It is important to note here that though the XDA-Developer forum has found its way into syncing Google music, this update has not been officially announced from Google.
Very little information is currently available about this update. However, users have confirmed that the syncing of music is happening. Also, one can hear songs that have even been removed from the phone using Google Music Sync.
[via – xdadevelopers]