OK, to bring things back here from the other thread
cwt, on 06 June 2012 - 05:18 PM, said:
Even if it wasnt an app you download and was a built in component mate it probably would need the lead to act as the aerial [if as you say it exists at all; doubtful for sure]
Which is also necessary for built-in FM receivers anyway, so that's not a limitation unique to DAB.
alanh, on 07 June 2012 - 01:43 AM, said:
I posted the link on this site last year. Look for yourself
I did. Searching the forum for all posts from you containing "Nokia" and "DAB", in the period Jan 1 2010 to Jun 7 2012, returns 3 posts - the one
in this thread where you state "... a single DAB+ receiver chip ... is already available in some Nokia phones.", a second
from Jan 15 2012 where you say "Nokia has DAB+ receivers for some of their phones", and a third
from Jan 21 2011 titled "Nokia Digital Radio Headset Dab+". The latter two refer to the headset with a built-in DAB+ receiver, which I've said I already know about.
That's in addition to extensive searching on the rest of the web, which has uncovered nothing but the headset previously mentioned.
My particular interest - and, again, I'll re-reiterate that I'm quite genuinely and non-maliciously curious to know details if you have them - is in phones with built-in DAB / DAB+ receivers; a feature which you say
"is already available in some Nokia phones". You seem to pride yourself on being helpful, so I'm surprised that you're so unwilling to help in this case.
I'm beginning to suspect, though, that no such phone exists - and that you are either confused as to how that headset works (the DAB chip is in the headset), or wilfully and stubbornly unable to admit that you were wrong when you stated that "It is already available in some Nokia phones".
(That's not to say, however, that it's not available in phones from certain other manufacturers