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Paranoid Android 3 out for Nexus Devices, Open Source Privacy Mod for Android – XDA Developer TV
With the mountain of snow on the east coast of America, you may have missed some of the news released on XDA-Developers this weekend. In this video, Jordan reviews all the important stories from this week. Jordan talks about the release of Paranoid Android 3 for some Nexus devices. Additionally, Jordan talks about learning to add the Jelly Bean lock screen on top of Samsung’s TouchWiz interface.
In application news, Jordan talks about easier file management with DatFM. Jordan talks about the new open source privacy solution OpenPDroid. Pull up a chair and check out this video. And if you any news to report, feel free to contact any XDA News Writer.
Links to stories mentioned:
- Paranoid Android 3 Released for Four Nexus Devices
- Learn to Add Jelly Bean Lock Screen atop TouchWiz
- Easier File Managing with DatFM
- OpenPDroid Brings an Open Source Privacy Solution
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