Jimmy McGee · Nov 24, 2012 at 11:00 am

Android 4.2 (Unofficial) Coming to Nexus S, Galaxy Camera gets Rooted – XDA Developer TV

XDA Developer TV News specialist Jordan talks about the news you may have missed this week. First thing Jordan talks about Android 4.2 for the Nexus S. Also, mentioned is that the Samsung Wave I and Wave II received CyanogenMod 10 releases. Finally, Jordan covers the article detailing how Google has released a UI testing framework.

In Samsung Galaxy Camera news, Jordan mentions how the device has been rooted. Also, Jordan covers the three part series from XDA Elite Recognized Developer and  TV Producer AdamOutler. AdamOutler unboxes the device and shows basic usage in part one, does a complete tear down in part two and shows how to root the device in part three. Also Released this week on XDA Developer TV, was a video talking about why we root by TV Producer azrienoch. Pull up a chair and check out this video.

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