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Galaxy Nexus Unboxed the XDA Way – XDA TV
Many people call the Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone the ideal phone. When XDA management had an extra Galaxy Nexus phone laying around, they couldn’t think of anything better to do with it than send it to our resident mobile deconstructionist.
In this episode of Unboxing the XDA Way, XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler unboxes his new Galaxy Nexus all the way down to the circuit board. He shows off his favorite tool of destruction and discusses the hardware’s points of interest. Adam talks a bit about CASUAL and plans for hacking an UnBrickable Mod from the device when it is powered off.
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