Google Music Sync Already Working For Rooted Android Phones

Google Music Sync Already Working For Rooted Android Phones
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Even though Google has yet to announce it, some users at XDA-developers have discovered that Google Music Sync, the much anticipated streaming music service from Google, is already working with rooted Android phones running Honeycomb’s music player.

Most of the details are still unknown but users have said it works just as advertised: once your music syncs with Google, you can remove the music from your phone and still be able to listen to them. Learn more at XDA-developers. [XDA-developers via ReadWriteWeb]