admin · May 6, 2011 at 05:14 pm

azrienoch Weekly Recap – 6 May – XDA TV

In this episode of the azrienoch weekly recap on XDA TV, Bob starts off with a message for Sam. Then azrienoch talks about recent XDA TV shows from GrilledCheze, Sam, and Chad Hughes, then he talks about the new boot animation that features the XDA TV intro, two new forums to XDA, the iTrader feature of the Marketplace, the unveiling of the new mini Sony Ericsson devices, the new version of Android 2.3.4 which includes video chat, and then Bob comes on to talk about an Android app. Wrapping up the episode, azrienoch comes back to talk about Windows Phone 7 location recording. Click on for this week’s episode!

Links:

Custom ROM Tutorial Using unrevoked – XDA TV

Newsplat with Caplat – 1 May – XDA TV

Newsplat with Caplat – 5 May – XDA TV

XDA Insider – 29 April – XDA TV

UOT Kitchen – Online Theme Kitchen for Android

XDA TV – Ish Looking Boot Animation for Android

Droid Incredible 2 and Droid Charge Forums Added

XDA Marketplace Improved with iTrader

XDA Attends Unveiling Of Next Generation Xperia Minis

Make Your Voice Heard – The FCC Wants To Hear Your Thoughts on AT&T / T-Mobile Merger

Android 2.3.4-Based CyanogenMod 7 Nightlies Make Their Way to the Samsung Galaxy S i9000

Google Talk 1.3 With Video Surfaced

Android 2.3.4 About to Roll Out to Nexus S, Available for Download Now

Voice and Video GTalk Working for 2.3.3 Roms!

Sense 3.0 Lockscreen From DoubleShot Working For Some GingerSense Roms

SassiBoB’s thread on the XDATV forum

Windows Phone 7 Knows Where You Are – Be Scared(?)

iPooey Simulates iOS 4 on Your WP7 Device


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