CyanogenMod 12 Nightlies are now available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4! That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week's news is the announcement of factory images for the YU Yureka and be sure to check out the article talking about Microsoft investing in Cyanogen, Inc! That's not all that's covered in today's video! Jordan talks about the other videos released this week on XDA...
Enter Windows 8, Stage Left [Weekly Recap]
This week on XDA TV, SassiBoB takes the recapital reigns to deliver the sad, so sad news that she is leaving the Weekly Recap to pursue bigger opportunities. And as much as that might cause you to pound your fists on the floor and cry in agony, she musters the strength to recap this week’s news, such as AdamOutler’s release of the Unbrickable Mod for the Samsung Vibrant, and Mike1986’s work to turn the HTC Sensation into the HTC Sensation XE. And in an adorable attempt to rant with the best of them, Bob explains why she thinks Microsoft’s Windows 8 is important to the future of tablets and smartphones, and thus why the addition of the Windows 8 forums on XDA-Developers is an excellent step forward.
Sony Tablet S Forums Added
XDA TV at HTC Titan and Radar Press Event
New Forums Added – Windows 8
Themes for Widgetlocker
WP7 Big Dialer
XDATV web app
Samsung releases kernel for Epic touch 4g
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Reports indicate that Microsoft is investing in the rogue Android forker Cyanogen. The funding round is said to be upwards of $70 million, and could allow for a cooperation between Cyanogen and the Silicon Valley giant in the ongoing battle of mobile operating systems. This could be a strategic movement in coordination with other investors given Cyanogen's expression of rebellion against Google's tightening control over Android, as the custom ROM maker has recently spoken out against the "tyranny" of Google in regards...
Reports keep iterating over the rumors that Samsung has been trimming down TouchWiz for its upcoming devices. After years of customer complaints, particularly from power users, Samsung seems to finally have taken initiative towards cracking down the stutters that often plague some of its devices, particularly older ones or those that see a long life without clean-ups. But even handsets like the Galaxy S5 managed to be outperformed by low range devices. Android enthusiasts as a whole took disdain in Samsung's...