admin · Mar 18, 2011 at 11:24 am

azrienoch Weekly Recap – 18 March – XDA TV

This week on the weekly recap on XDA TV, azrienoch talks about red lights, CyanogenMod 7 Alpha 1 released for the Samsung Epic 4G, the HTC HD2 getting Honeycomb, HTC 7 Pro forums coming to XDA, the new section of Chef Central, the game Galaxy NGC3D, XDA server issues, and the XDA wiki. Click on to see the newest video!

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XDA Insider – 14 March – XDA TV

Building CyanogenMod From Source The Easy Way

CyanogenMod7 Alpha 1 Released for the Samsung Epic 4G

CM7 Now Available for Tattoo

HTC HD2 Checks-In at the Honeycomb Party, Sensefully Steals Several Gingerbread Cookies

Chef Central Grows – Windows Phone 7 Section Added

HTC 7 Pro Forums Added

App Review – Galaxy NGC3D

XDA Server Issues

How Often Do You Use the XDA Wiki?


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