USB Type-C seems to be the new obsession among Android enthusiasts, as we hear more and more reports claim that it will be implemented in the next line of flagship devices. Google itself hinted in the press release of the Chromebook Pixel that more Chromebooks and Android devices would follow suit with USB Type-C. Let us know if you're excited for the upcoming changes and how USB Type-C will benefit you.
Best Hacks of 2012 – XDA Developer TV
Since the beginning of the year 2012, XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler has been pulling devices apart and making them beg for mercy. Additionally, AdamOutler and other great minds from XDA have been hacking the “unhackable.”
In this video, AdamOutler covers the viewer-voted Best Hacks of 2012. This includes, Exynos Abuse by alephzain, UnBrickable Mod by Rebellos and AdamOutler, Root All The Things box by AdamOutler, Verizon Galaxy Note 2 Unlock by Ralekdev and AdamOutler, and the Open Galaxy Bootloader by Rebellos and AdamOutler. So check this video out!
Be sure to check out other great XDA Developer TV Videos.
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- Arch Linux on TF300T, Old Mac OS on Android, Exynos Exploit Found & Plugged – XDA Developer TV
- App Review: Control Your Computer with Wi-Fi Mouse – XDA Developer TV
- XDA’s Top Stories from 2012! – XDA Developer TV
- Sony Xperia S: How to Root and What’s in the Box? – XDA Developer TV
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