admin · May 13, 2011 at 11:43 am

Google I/O Happened! [XDATV Weekly Recap – 13 May]

In this episode of the Weekly Recap on XDA TV, azrienoch talks about the importance of watching his show, the new Android 2.3.4 update for the Nexus One, the Gingerbread update for Galaxy Tab, the new XDA TV Podcast, Sense 3.0 on HTC Desire phones, then we get to see some myTouch 3G abuse. Then Bob comes on to review an app called Stop Motion. Finally, azrienoch comes back talk about Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, and how Google I/O happened. Click on for this week’s episode!

Links:

Newsplat with Caplat — 9 & 11 May — XDA TV

HTC Kingdom Rom Ported to EVO (1st Release)

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Receives Rooted JQ1 Gingerbread Love

XDA TV Official Podcast (and Windows App) Available Now!

First Sense 3.0 Based ROM Fully Working on Desire Z/G2 and HD/Inspire 4G

The Fast Gets Faster — SGS 2 Overclocked

AnimeWatch for Android

Honeycomb Ported to Hero CDMA

[Video] How to Destroy a MyTouch

Stop Motion – Lite

Mango or Windows Phone 7.5 Unveiling on May 24th

YouTube App Re-Designed for Windows Phone 7

Google IO 2011 — Event Highlights


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