admin · Feb 4, 2011 at 10:09 am

azrienoch Weekly Recap – 4 February – XDA TV [NSFW]

Welcome to the first episode ever of XDA TV! The first episode is an edgy weekly recap by azrienoch where he covers the Nook Color getting Honeycomb, the state of Windows Phone 7 development, and his appreciation for the HD2 (sorry to Microsoft for the phone call!). We plan to run 2-3 episodes of XDA TV per week, rotating between a weekly recap with azrienoch, interviews with GrilledCheze, and Android ROM reviews with ChadHughes. Be sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel to get updates about new episodes, even before we post about the here.

Just a bit of disclaimer: XDA TV is for entertainment purposes only and doesn’t represent the views of XDA administration or moderators. We’re purposely giving XDA TV personalities creative freedom to dictate the content of their show, within reason. That said, enjoy!

And here are links to the stories mentioned:

Nook Color Honeycomb Port Available for You to Try

Get the Honeycomb Clock Widget on your Phone

Honeycomb Music Player for Android

A Nerd’s Must Have Android Apps

Yet another Minimalistic Text app for Android

RSS Central For WP7

Take Panoramic Pics with Ztitch for Windows Phone 7

Windows Phone 7 List of Bugs and Problems

MAGLDR 1.13 for HD2 Released!


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