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Root Exploit for Jelly Bean Atrix HD, Porting Ubuntu Touch Just Like CyanogenMod – XDA Developer TV
There was more discussion about Ubuntu Touch this week, and XDA Developer TV Producer and News Corespondent Jordan reviews this and all the other important stories from this week on the XDA Portal. Jordan talks about the Ubuntu Touch Porting Guide from Canonical. Jordan mentions the article talking about porting Ubuntu Touch being similar to porting CyanogenMod.
In rooting news, Jordan talks about the root exploit for the Jelly Bean-laden Motorola Atrix HD. Jordan talks about the petition to stop the Sim Unlocking ban reaching the required 100,000 signatures. 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:
- Goal Reached: 100,000 Signatures on White House Petition!
- Root Exploit for Jelly Bean-Powered Atrix HD Devices
- Porting Ubuntu Touch is as Simple as Building CM
- Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview – Porting Guide
- Ubuntu Touch: Next Generation OS or Just Another Skin?
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