Happy New Year from XDA-Developers!
As we pass into 2011 we enter a new decade, hopefully this year was great for you and your family and we wish you only the best in the New Year. This year at XDA we have made many milestones and hope to see much more development in the coming years. Some of the things we have done at XDA this past year is:
- Added Non-HTC Phones to the forum.
- Rooted countless devices.
- Made global news multiple times from Exclusive developments.
- Booted Android onto Windows Mobile Devices
- Redesigned the Forum Overall
- Moved to a new Wiki
- Reached 3 Million Members.
- Performed some enormous feats of development with devices such as the HTC HD2, Droid Eris, and many more.
- And much more!
To all the developers keep up the great work and to everyone, we here at XDA would like to raise a glass.
Cheers from all the XDA News Writers, Moderators, and Administrators, we wish you the best in 2011!
Also big thanks to Adiliyo for the graphic!
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