admin · Dec 25, 2011 at 01:46 pm

Happy Holidays from XDA TV

Azrienoch is here with a holiday special this week on XDA TV.  He recaps all the site news, like the video contest to win one of three Samsung Galaxy S II devices and an Asus Transformer, and the call for writers on the XDA Portal.  Be sure to heed the warning about the login info phishing scheme.  Then, we hear about Samsung and Sony’s lists of devices to receive Ice Cream Sandwich, and the EFF’s efforts to build a Carrier IQ Profile database.  Lastly, Jeff has two congratulations for HTC.  We at XDA TV hope everyone stays jolly. Click on for the video!

Links!

Forum Added for Samsung Galaxy R

Beware of Phishing Attacks Against XDA Members

Want to Write for the XDA Portal?

Contest: Win XDA’s Favorite Phone and Tablet of 2011!

XDA Through the Years: A Visual History

Samsung Announces Ice Cream Sandwich For Galaxy Devices

Sony Ericsson Announces Ice Cream Sandwich For 2011 Models

Extremely Alpha ICS Port Appears for Xperia PLAY

Sony Tablet S Definitely Getting Ice Cream Sandwich

First HTC Sense ICS ROM Released for Sensation

 Nexus S Gets Official ICS Upgrade

UnBricking the Nexus S

Galaxy S And Tab Won’t Get ICS Because Of TouchWiz, Samsung Explains

EFF Releases IQIQ to Decode Carrier IQ Profiles

Underwhelming ITC Ban of Some HTC Devices

HTCdev Releases 8 New Source Codes

 


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