admin · Jan 22, 2012 at 09:17 am

Interview with nprussell of VillainROM – XDA TV

On this episode of XDA TV, Azrienoch interviews nprussell, who is the original VillainROM developer and co-founder of FreeYourAndroid.com. He tells the story of how he started developing for Android and walks us through his history with various devices like the G1 and Hero. As nprussell explains, it all started when there was a quest on XDA to get Android 2.1 on the HTC Hero, which shipped with Android 1.5. Today, VillainROM is revered as one of the best ROMs, and is available for a variety of devices. nprussell also gives us a glimpse of their potential next project, VillainMod. Click on for the interesting interview!


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