admin · Jun 24, 2011 at 12:26 pm

Motorola Unlocks Bootloaders? [Weekly Recap – 24 June 2011]

This week, SassiBoB takes over the news on this episode of XDA TV. She talks about Sam Caplat’s app review, the interview with capychimp, the WP7 App contest, Cyanogenmod on the Droid 2, TouchWiz 4 for all Android devices, and the EVO 4G’s battery problem. Then azrienoch shows us Livestock vs. The Undead in the style of SassiBoB. Bob comes back and tells us about TrackMe for WP7, and Android on the HTC Universal. Finally, SassiBoB has a few disgruntled words for Motorola and their bootloader policy. Click on for the episode!

Links:

AutoShare App Review – XDA TV

Interview With Recognized Developer capychimp pt. 1 of 3

Windows Phone 7 Developer Contest: Round Up

Know Your XDA Admin & Moderation Team

CyanogenMod begins Droid 2 Support

Modified TouchWiz 4 Launcher For ALL Android Devices

The Definitive Wake Lock Issue Fix For EVO

Defend the Farm From the Undead with Livestock vs the Undead for Android

CF-Bench for Android Devices

Create Your Own Android Application With AppYet

Acer Iconia A500 Receives ClockworkMod Recovery and Ported 3.1 ROM!

TrackMe for Google Earth & Maps Now in Windows Phone 7

Porting Android To The Good Ol’ HTC Universal

Motorola to Unlock Atrix Bootloader in Future Update?


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