The Google Play Store, weighing in with more than 1.4 million apps at last count, is a vast expanse of quality content and APK duds alike. To put this into context, it would take the average user more than 8 days of continuous scrolling to make it through the whole list at two per second, let alone the added months to click through and check out screenshots, or years to separate the wheat from the chaff via thorough review. Blogs...
Simplifying Android Flashing and Deblurring Dodgy Photos – XDA Developer TV
It’s Monday, and that means another weekend has gone by. If you were enjoying that weekend, you may have missed some of the exciting developments on XDA. Luckily, there is no need to fear, for Jordan is here! XDA News Specialist Jordan reviews all the important stories from this weekend. Jordan talks about simple device flashing with AutoFlasher. Jordan talks about an app that deblurs your unsteady handed photos.
Jordan talks about the other video released this week on XDA Developer TV. XDA Developer TV Producer and newcomer Jayce gives some advice on getting a job working with Android. Finally, Jordan talks about the closure of some unused legacy forums. Pull up a chair and check out this video.
Links to stories mentioned:
- Simplify Your Flashing with AutoFlasher
- Deblur Those Dodgy Photos with DeblurIt
- We’re Closing a Few More Legacy Forums
- Careers in Android: Resumes Don’t Work on the Internet – XDA Developer TV
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