admin · Apr 16, 2011 at 01:11 am

azrienoch Weekly Recap – 15 April – XDA TV

In this episode of Weekly Recap on XDA TV, azrienoch talks about CyanogenMod 7 final, the most recent episodes of the other XDA TV shows, the upcoming Big Android BBQ, the two new forums for the Asus Transformer and HTC Sensation, the Regina 3D launcher and VTL.Launcher releases, and how you can find out what’s using space on your SD card. Then SassiBob comes on to tell us about an app called The Insulter. Azrienoch comes back to talk about RapidRead, how to fix live tiles in Windows Phone 7, Android running on the HD7, the leak of Gingerbread for the EVO 4D, and more. Click on to see this week’s episode!

Links for this week…

Sam’s XDA Daily Round Up – 12 April – XDA TV

CM7 Final Available for All Cyanogenmod-Supported Devices

Android ROM Rundown – 13 April – XDA TV

XDATV – You’ve got questions? We’ve got Answers. Take a look!

XDA Insider – 14 April – XDA TV

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Forums Added

HTC Sensation Forum Added

Tablet Oriented Launcher VTL.Launcher Now In Beta

New Cool 3D Launcher – Regina 3D for Android

Visualize Exactly What’s Eating Up Your SD Card with Grid Size File Manager for Android

Understand What Is Hogging Your Storage With DiskUsage for Android

App Review – The Insulter

RapidRead for Windows Mobile Updated

How to Fix Your Live Tiles in Windows Phone 7

Android Spotted Running on a HD7

EVO Gingerbread Official Rom Leaked!

Sensation Dump Being Ported to Evo 4G

Have a XOOM and Want a Functional SD Slot? We’ve Got You Covered!

How To Mount USB External Harddisk(s) To Your Xoom


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