egzthunder1 · Nov 12, 2010 at 09:00 pm

This Week’s Recap

This Week’s Recap is a series of articles, in which we will give you a short recapitulation of the week’s most popular news from the XDA forums.

The Recap

Domino Effect on Rooting

It looks like HTC has had their most recent Android devices rooted in a matter of weeks. All the devices from the Taiwanese manufacturer have been officially perm rooted by the combined efforts of many of our devs. First came the G2, closely followed by the Desire HD, then the MyTouch 4G, and finally the Desire Z. The similarities between the hardware of all four devices made it possible to do this as a cumulative effort.
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XDA TV Project

Have you ever had the hunch that you would be a star someday? Maybe you still want to do this, but are driven away by all the drama that goes on in Hollywood. If this sounds interesting, you may want to drop by the article below and take a quick glance. XDA is looking for “celebrities” to do weekly shows, which could range from guides, tutorials, and more. Got what it takes? Let us see your best…
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The Current State of Windows Phone 7 Modification

All the excitement over the release of the WP7 devices seems to be well founded, according to reviews, commercials, and more. But how about the dark side of this OS? The underground world of development, cracking, and reverse engineering seems to be slowly approaching to a brick wall of security by Microsoft. Will WP7 be ported to anything else other than the HD2? Are there any obstacles with the new OS? Find out from this great interview with XDA member and moderator Da_G.
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Opera Mobile Beta Released for Android »
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First Major Update for Angry Birds »

Featured

New Video of HD2 Running WP7 Surfaces

Surely, you can remember that not too long ago, XDA member Cotulla posted a video of WP7 booting on an HD2. According to a few sources, some people over at xda.cn seem to have a pretty much fully working port running on the HD2. Real or fake? We are not certain, but the videos show pretty convincing evidence that this is closer to a reality than what many people give it credit for.


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egzthunder1

egzthunder1 is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. I have been an active member of xda-developers since 2005 and have gone through various roles in my time here. I am Former Portal Administrator, and currently part of the administrator team while maintaining my writer status for the portal. In real life, I am a Chemical Engineer turned Realtor in the Miami area. View egzthunder1's posts and articles here.
Emil Kako · Jul 1, 2015 at 04:24 pm · 3 comments

What Features Do You Look for in a Gallery App?

With so many different options to choose from, finding the right Gallery app may be a tough thing to do. Google Photos is the latest cloud service/gallery app to attempt to meet all your needs, but is it the best? Let us know what features you look for in a Gallery app, and which one is your favorite in the comments.

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Jack Jennings · Jul 1, 2015 at 03:34 pm · 3 comments

Google Photos ‘Unlimited’ Storage Reportedly Being Capped

When Google Photos was announced, many of us thought very highly of the idea. It seemed like Google had taken what they learned from G+ Photos and added some extra touches to polish the experience, making it something that more people were likely to actually utilize. Now however, the much-lauded 'Unlimited Storage' element may not be quite what it seemed. Here's what we can gather so far...   Reports have come in from multiple G+ and Reddit users who have attempted to back up a...

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Faiz Malkani · Jul 1, 2015 at 02:22 pm · 4 comments

Sprint Moves to Lift Video Streaming Limit for All-In

Yesterday, Sprint announced a new unlimited scheme that offered customers an $80 bundle, which included a $60 plan for unlimited talk, text and high speed data and a $20 payments towards towards a 24 month phone lease, However, a footnote in the plan stated that video streaming would be limited to 600Kbps for users, and this revelation created a flurry of indignation. In a bid to save face in light of the scores of agitated customers, Sprint published a blog post...

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