admin · May 23, 2011 at 10:57 am

Newsplat with Caplat – 23 May – XDA TV

In today’s episode of the Newsplat with Caplat on XDA TV, Sam talks about a fantastic LG Optimus X2 camera modification allowing any user to record 1080p video at a glorious 19Mb/s; An easy to use and helpful utility on the Samsung Galaxy S I9000, EzOdin, allowing the easy upgrade and downgrade of Gingerbread and Froyo bootloaders; A collection of Portal articles and we discover that muting your computer is usually helpful when filming. Click on for the episode!

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LG Optimus 2X camera mod
EZBOOT EzOdin bootloader utility
Weekly Q&A
Honeycomb 3.1 for Xoom


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