admin · Apr 4, 2011 at 01:45 pm

Sam’s XDA Daily Round Up – 4 April – XDA TV

In this first ever episode of Sam’s XDA Daily Round Up on XDA TV, Sam talks about the expected Verizon release date of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play; The Xperia X10 bootloader which was brilliantly cracked by XDA user ‘zdzihu’, which has opened doors to flashing custom kernels; How you can remove the HTC Thunderbolt Sense lockscreen and replace it with the stock Android lockscreen; A one click root for the Thunderbolt which was posted by XDA user ‘Captiankrtek’ and “Battle of the OS”, which is most commonly used amongst XDA users? Click on to see his first video!

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Xperia X10 bootloader cracked

Remove the Sense lockscreen on HTC Thunderbolt

Battle of the OS

One click root for HTC Thunderbolt

The Perfect Storm ROM for HTC Thunderbolt


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