admin · Jul 15, 2011 at 08:38 pm

Rooting, Unlocking, Jailbreaking, and Battleship [Weekly Recap – 15 July 2011]

This week on XDA TV, azrienoch and SassiBoB are joined by samcaplat to talk about the WP7 Developer Contest, jailbreaking Omnia 7 Mango, the rooted Android 3.2 for Motorola XOOM, and the stable Perma-Temp Root for EVO 3D. Then SassiBoB features Navy Wars by BootsSiR, and we hear about a couple contests for the Big Android BBQ. And finally, azrienoch delivers his second message for HTC regarding their promise to unlock bootloaders for the EVO 3D and Sensation. We hope it stings a little. Click on!

Links:

Sprint and HTC Respond – XDA TV

WP7 Developer Contest Finalists: Please Vote!

How To Jailbreak Omnia 7 Mango

Edit The Registry In Your Mango

Think YOU Love XDA? Look at This Amazing HD2!

Nook Touch From A to Z

Android — Motorola Tethering USB

Rooted Android 3.2 Update Available for the US WiFi-Only XOOM!

Getting Closer — Perma-Temp Root for EVO3D Finally Stable!

NavyWars

Big Android BBQ

Apple vs HTC — Round 2


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