admin · Aug 5, 2011 at 12:08 pm

Revolutionary S-Off, HTC’s Lie, and Microsoft’s Twitter War with Google [Weekly Recap]

On this episode of XDA TV, Azrienoch lays out the many wonderful developments this week made possible by Unrevoked’s and AlphaRevX’s Revolutionary S-Off tool, like Teamwin’s Recovery Project, xHausx’s work on a new EVO 3D hboot, and TrevE’s work getting the EVO 3D into a download mode where a new hboot might be flashed. Also recapped are three new device forums, and egzthunder1’s 1000th article on the Portal. Then SassiBoB reviews a very odd app called Pocket Girlfriend. And–aren’t you lucky–you get two rants this week. The first wraps up HTC’s locked bootloader soap opera. The second is a summary of the humorous exchange between Google and Microsoft on Twitter. Azrienoch offers yet another solution to the patent wars–this one to be taken as seriously as software patents themselves. Click on for the episode!

Links…

Unofficial XDA TV App Brings Azrienoch’s Face to Your Tablet!

Sense 3.0 Lockscreen for Any Phone!

Toshiba Thrive Forums Added

Viewpad 7 Forums Added

Motorola Photon 4G Forums Added

The State Of Our Site — Not An Official Statement But A Perspective

AlphaRevX & Unrevoked S-Off Tool Released for HTC Specific Devices

TeamWin Recovery Project (TWRP) Available For The EVO 3D

Freeing Your EVO 3D Completely — A How To Guide

Make Any Rom For The EVO 3D Unique And Yours Without Using A Kitchen

Work In Progress — Access to Download Mode on EVO 3D

Engineering Bootloader for Extended Fastboot Commands

App Review – Pocket Girlfriend


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