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Clockwork Mod on RAZR i, Ubuntu on Nexus 7 News – XDA Developer TV
On location in Kansas, your friend Jordan is here to update you on the exciting Android news from XDA. Jordan mentions the first custom ROM for the HTC One X+. Jordan also talks about the release of Safestrap for Kindle Fire HD, which Brings recovery to the device.
In Ubuntu news, Jordan mentions the release of a desktop installer for the Nexus 7. Finally, Jordan talks about ClockworkMod recovery beta being released for Motorola RAZR i. Pull up a chair and check out this video.
Links to stories mentioned:
- First Custom ROM for the HTC One X+
- ClockworkMod Recovery Beta Released for Moto RAZR i
- Safestrap For Kindle Fire HD Brings Recovery
- Ubuntu Nexus 7 Desktop Installer Available
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