admin · Jul 29, 2011 at 03:21 pm

3D Could Be Useful! [Weekly Recap – 29 July 2011]

For this week’s news recap on XDA TV, azrienoch talks about the new forum for legacy devices, Gingerbread 2.3.5 ROMs, the Bluetooth fix for the HTC Flyer, TouchPal’s beta keyboard, the new Mango build, iSCS Initiator for Windows Mobile, and plenty more. Then SassiBoB shows us Destroy Gunner for Android, and gives a few thoughts about such violent games. Lastly, Azrienoch proposes how 3D-capable phones just might offer some utility over other smartphones. Click on for the episode!

How would you approach the challenge to invent other uses for 3D technology?

Links!

Where Did My Forum Go?

First AOSP 2.3.5 ROMs Appearing

Galaxy S I9000 ROM Cooking Guide

Localized Apps for Android Lets You Launch Apps In Any Language

Can’t Use a BT Headset With Your EVO View / Flyer? Here is why…

Now You Can Use Your Flyer To Make Calls… With a BT Headset

Swipe Prediction to the Max With TouchPal for Android

Shoot Some Robots With Destroy Gunners for Android

Mango Build 7712 for Developers Is Out

Windows Mobile iSCSI Initiator

CPU Overclock Tool WiMoSpeed Updated


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