admin · Apr 1, 2011 at 10:04 pm

azrienoch Weekly Recap – 1 April – XDA TV

In the lastest episode of the Weekly Recap with azrienoch on XDA TV, Jeff talks about the XDA jingle, the most recent Android ROM Rundown from Chad, this week’s episode of XDA Insider, the new XDA Windows Phone 7 forum app, the birth of a child named “Bingle”, the choice between Google and Bing maps, how you can get NoDo faster on your Windows Phone 7 device, the release of CyanogenMod 7 RC3 and RC4, the Google App inventor’s ability to get apps off of your phone and into the market, then azrienoch’s girlfriend reviews an app…sorta. Wrapping up the video, Jeff covers one-click rooting vs. manual-rooting. Click on to see this week’s episode!

Links:

Set the XDA TV Theme Song as Your Ringtone

Android ROM Rundown – 27 March – XDA TV

XDA Insider – 29 March – XDA TV

Official XDA Windows Phone 7 App Released!

Bingle Map for Windows Phone

Get NoDo Update Via Zune – Windows Phone 7

Thunderbolt’s Kernel Source Code Released!

CyanogenMod 7 RC3 Now Available for Many Devices!

CyanogenMod 7 RC4 Now Available for Various Devices!

AppToMarket – Publish to Android Market

App Review – mWidget Beta

Easyroot


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