admin · Feb 12, 2011 at 06:45 am

azrienoch Weekly Recap – 11 February – XDA TV [NSFW]

azrienoch is back with his weekly recap for 11 February on XDA TV. He talks Honeycomb on the Dell Streak, a recap of the Android ROM rundown, improved HD2 camera app for those running Windows Phone 7, Froyo on the Milestone, dual-core HTC phones, and much more. Click on to see more!

For more information about the topics of the week, here are the links!

CyanogenMod 7 with Gingerbread Now Available for Galaxy Tab

Honeycomb on the Dell Streak

Android ROM Rundown – 7 February – XDA TV

Full Resolution And Auto-Focus Camera For HD2 With SHCameraApp

Issues With External SD Cards in Your Samsung Focus? Read This…

Tweaks/Mods for Windows Mobile Using ThrottleLauncher WP7 Theme

Motorola Proven Wrong Yet Again: Milestone XT720 Gets Froyo!

Clockwork Mod Recovery and DL17 Released for Samsung Continuum

Icons Set Compilation Thread – Android

TS Translator Lite for Android

HTC’s First Dual-Core Device Rumoured

Has HTC Taken a Back Seat on the Innovation Car?


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