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azrienoch Weekly Recap – 25 March – XDA TV
Azrienoch is back with the weekly recap on XDA TV. He begins by welcoming dbzfanatic to the Portal as a news writer, then goes on to talk about the new XDA servers, AT&T buying T-Mobile, the Galaxy Tab running Honeycomb, a registry hack for Windows Phone 7, Launcher 7 for Android, egzthunder1’s “Battle of the OS'” post, and more! Click on to see this week’s episode!
XDA News Writers Team Welcome to our Newest Member: dbzfanatic!
How-To: Mount the /Cache Partition as a Fake SD Card
XDA Server Update – Step 1 Complete
AT&T Buying T-Mobile USA
Porting Honeycomb to the Galaxy Tab
xPerfect Full Android Development Environment
Enable Instant Resuming On WP7 With Registry Hack
Give Your Android A Taste of 7 With Launcher 7
Battle Of The OS’ – Why Did You Switch?
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