admin · Feb 5, 2012 at 04:45 pm

“Developer Droid RAZR” is a Cheesy Pick-Up Line – XDA TV

This week marked the first anniversary of XDA TV. Thanks to everyone involved, and everyone who supported us as we found our footing. Azrienoch recaps RIM’s and Peek’s giveaway of devices to developers, PocketNow’s preview of Windows Phone 8, two new recoveries, and finally, Motorola’s lame attempt to woo the community with an unlocked Droid RAZR, to be sold separately. Click on for the episode!

Links:
Forum Added for AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note

Peek Giving Discontinued Devices To Hackers And Developers

RIM Giving Out Free PlayBook Tablets To Android Developers

What to Expect in Windows Phone 8 Apollo: Official Update

HTC Rezound Is A World Phone, Works On GSM Networks

ClockworkMod Touch Recovery For Galaxy Nexus & Nexus S

First Flashable Ubuntu Recovery Released for Nook Tablet

Motorola Announced Droid RAZR with Unlocked Bootloader

#OPMOSH2: Developer Edition Is No Solution, Petition For Real Droid RAZR Bootloader Unlock


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