Jimmy McGee · Aug 10, 2012 at 01:30 pm

Jelly Bean (CM10) on HP Touchpad, Syncing Apps Across Devices, and FREE OTA Updates! – XDA Developer TV

There have been so many important stories published on the XDA News Portal this week. To recap these stories, we sent out the Jordan signal—a giant beard spotlight in the night sky—to rally the best man for the job. And as quick as can be, Super XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan arrives to save the day. Jordan talks about syncing apps across devices. Jordan then mentions XDA Developer TV Producer Erica’s Fast Dormancy video and XDA Developer TV Producer TK’s Fast Burst Camera for Android app review.

In CyanogenMod 10 news, Jordan mentions the unofficial update for the HTC Desire Z. Also getting a CyanogenMod 10 release is the HP Touchpad, and the HTC Wildfire S. Finally, Jordan talks about Super Download and the OTA update center.

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