I have a Moto G in Canada: http://shop.koodomobile.com/koodo-cell-phones/android/moto-g/prodKHMOXT1032.html
. I'm guessing that this is "2nd gen". It has real FM radio (not data streaming). I want to install CyanogenMod for the peace of mind of not having ISPware on the phone. Then I can store any kind of data on the phone without privacy concerns (I'm not syncing anything with a cloud except IMAP email). However, I've read that CyanogenMod requires a 3rd party app, Spirit, for FM radio. Has anyone tried this and been satisfied? I haven't decided to take the plunge into CyanogenMod (been reading lots about the process), but a definite consideration would be having to buy a replacement app, and how well it works. During my googling, I also ran across a website about CyanogenMod and FM radio: http://jira.cyanogenmod.org/browse/CYAN/component/10120#selectedTab=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.project%3Acomponent-summary-panel
. It doesn't have any context. Does anyone recognize this? Is it a possible solution to FM radio in CyanogenMod? Thanks.