Will Verduzco · Mar 29, 2012 at 07:00 pm

ICS Device Roll Out, Tapatalk 2 Beta, and More – XDA TV

This week on XDA TV, Forum Moderator and Recognized Developer Shen Ye recaps some of the most relevant news affecting the Android community. Shen covers the release of Temple Run and Angry Birds Space, as well as the open beta for Tapatalk 2, which powers the XDA forum application.

He then delves into the development world by mentioning the Ice Cream Sandwich launch schedules for Samsung and HTC devices and the release of the Adreno 2xx GPU binaries. Finally, he goes talks about FireFox for ARMv6, a nifty camera modification for the HTC Sensation, and tweaks he performed on the ICS boot animation.


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