admin · Dec 18, 2011 at 10:14 am

Sprint Pulls Out of the Carrier IQ Debacle – XDA TV

On this week’s Recap, Azrienoch welcomes Meridianfrost to XDA TV, talks about the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, and how smoothly it handles Google Wallet.  We also hear about Sprint’s and the FBI’s responses to Al Franken, and the curiously untrue claims they made.  And finally, about Sprint’s decision to stop using Carrier IQ’s services. Click on for this week’s video!

Links

[APP] Flashable Google Wallet for Galaxy Nexus (1.1-R41v8) [Last Update: 16/12/2011]

Don’t Let an Apple Near Your Back Door – XDA TV

Al Franken’s Pursuit of “Carrier IQ”

Sprint says it’s no longer collecting analytics via Carrier IQ

EL13 Firmware for Epic 4G Touch Leaked, Carrier IQ-Free!


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