Alright, so I know that by asking this question that I'm about to open a can of worms, mostly consisting of comments like "Nope, can't be done" or "use [Insert media player app name here] player instead". I don't want to use other players, I'd like to have native Android decoding support for lossless WMA audio files.
Is there any way to add a WMA codec to android so that any and all apps installed on my phone can read and play WMA files? I am running LiquidSmooth ROM 4.4.2 on my Motorola XT912 (Droid RAZR), but I am posting here in hopes that an answer can be found for anyone's benefit regardless of device.
As for why I care about WMA support (as I'm sure someone might ask), a large portion of my media library is in Windows Media Audio 9.2 Lossless file format, and I am running out of hard drive space to convert my library to WAV or FLAC (the latter of which I can't get my computer to support at all - I like to have my files at lossless if possible, especially for personal archival purposes).
tl;dr does anyone have the knowledge to insert a WMA codec into the Android system?
(If I'm posting in the wrong forum someone please let me know and hopefully a mod can move it to the right location. Again, I'm posting in the general android forums in hopes that somebody else is looking for this, regardless of device)