admin · Aug 26, 2011 at 02:30 pm

Hello TouchPad, Goodbye Steve Jobs [Weekly Recap – 26 August 2011]

This week’s Weekly Recap on XDA TV takes a look at the TouchPad frenzy since HP announced it was shutting down WebOS development. In Android development, rebellos’ unbricking method using your very own bootloader on Hummingbird devices, and punkgeek’s kernel to enable USB tethering on the Samsung Galaxy Tab, make appearances. For Windows News, Azrienoch talks about the interviews developers contributed to tell the history of the HTC HD2. SassiBoB reviews Bully Block by SedGrid, and finally azrienoch tells us why he’s fed up with all the articles lamenting Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple. Click on for the episode!

Links:

Big Android BBQ

XDA Premium for Android Update with Thanks Function

Logcat No More Thanks to Log This

Make Your Galaxy Tab More Versatile Thanks to USB Host Functionality

Unbrick Your Hummingbird-Powered Device by Creating Your Own Bootloader

Smooth YouTube Downloader For Windows Mobile

A Tribute to the HTC HD2 – Part One

Bully Block

Android on HP TouchPad Bounty: Now Over $2,000

Android on the HP TouchPad: Let’s Do It!


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